The University of Michigan’s Lecturers’ Employee Organization is continuing to bargain with the University, as their current contract is set to expire on April 20.


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higher education bill, known as the PROSPER Act, has been passed through committee and is awaiting consideration by the House of Representatives.

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Over the past week, more than 160 brave women and girls stood in a courtroom in Lansing and valiantly faced their

Over the past few weeks, all eyes have been on Judge Rosemarie Aquilina’s courtroom as more than 160 survivors of sexual abuse by disgraced Dr.

In the wake of the Interfraternity Council’s suspension of all fraternity social activity due to serious allegations of sexual misconduct, hazing and dozens of hospitalizations

It’s that time of year again: Football season is coming to a close, the temperature is falling faster than the leaves and the sun is setting before most of us eat dinner. Final exam season is on the horizon. On Oct.

#MeToo has been tweeted over 800,000 times since Alyssa Milano brought it to the forefront of Twitter in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual assau

After the 2016 election, University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel received criticism from conservative students and faculty who believed his politicized c