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Billionaire businessman Dan Gilbert has proposed a building at the historic J.L. Hudson site in downtown Detroit. The 734-foot tower, a few feet taller than the Renaissance tower, would be the tallest building in Michigan if erected.

In the wake of controversial emails, the desecration of prayer space a

The University of Michigan ranks number one in spending on research, which includes medical research.

Ranking first in research spending among public universities for seven consecutive years, the University of Michigan's research continues to grow and diversify.

Local dessert lovers, "donut" miss out on Ann Arbor’s newest late-night delivery service.

President Schlissel speaks at the CGS town hall on the Provost at the Michigan League on Monday.

The Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Search Advisory Committee held a town hall meeting Monday evening, seeking public input on the search process for the position, which oversees academic and budgetary affairs for the University of Michigan.

More than 400 party-goers and volunteers danced the night away this Friday during the Night to Shine special needs prom at Ann Arbor’s 2|42 Community Church. 

Students4Justice hold a sit-in in the Michigan Union on Thursday.

Students4Justice held a sit-in at the Michigan Union as a response to the emails sent to University of Michiga

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Gov. Rick Snyder announced Feb. 8 in his proposed budget for the 2018 fiscal year that he plans to increase funding for higher education institutions and water quality projects.

At noon on Saturday, teams of culinary students from southeastern Michigan participated in an ice-carving festival at County Farm Park with a student from Henry Ford College coming in first place.

An Ann Arbor deer was euthanized on Friday nine days after being sterilized as part of the deer cull.

An Ann Arbor deer that had been sterilized nine days earlier by city efforts was euthanized.