BY JAMES BRENNAN
Israel-Palestine is a polarizing topic on any campus, but this is exacerbated at the University of Michigan, a school equally known for its radical activism and vibrant Jewish community (two traits not mutually exclusive).
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BY SAMANTHA WINTNER
College is expensive: tuition, rent and social expenses can add up to tens of thousands of dollars per year. Smaller expenses, including the cost of buying a laptop, can get lost in this grand total.
BY IAN DILLINGHAM
Scientific leaders are looking to lay the groundwork for new science policy initiatives at the University and beyond. The exploration of initiatives was discussed at the Jerome B. Wiesner Symposium on Tuesday.
BY JAKE LOURIM
The two wouldn’t give specifics on the players they picked, but D.J. Durkin said he had an idea of some of the top players on his defense as he closes spring camp.
BY CHRISTIAN KENNEDY
Alicia Keys, Arcade Fire, Beyonce, Calvin Harris, Chris Martin, Daft Punk, Jack White, Jason Aldean, J. Cole, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Dead Mau5, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna and Usher. Now that is what I call a knockout line-up.
BY RABAB JAFRI
In my eyes there’s nothing more liberating than the feeling I get when I wear my hijab.
BY PAIGE PFLEGER
When Saunders came to Michigan he was instantly impressed with the University’s resources and the wealth of talent in the music school. He learned that the funding to Detroit Public Schools' music programs had been cut, and wondered why one couldn’t help the other.
BY SAMANTHA WINTNER
After the final Central Student Government election hearings Monday evening, the Undergraduate Election Commission announced Wednesday morning that it had found both Make Michigan and The Team not guilty of harvesting e-mails.
BY LEA GIOTTO AND TANAZ AHMED
After more than four hours of discussion and public comments, the University’s Central Student Government voted to reject a resolution calling on the University to consider divesting from companies that allegedly facilitate human rights violations against Palestinians.
BY JACOB GASE
Fresh off a 69-60 win over Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg last Sunday, the Wolverines return to Crisler Center on Wednesday to face UCLA in their first WNIT semifinal matchup since 2010.
BY EMMA KINERY
The closest Central Student Government race of the decade is not over yet, as ongoing litigation between Make Michigan and The Team could alter the outcome of the presidency.
BY LAURA SCHINAGLE
Nursing and Psychiatry Prof. Stephen Strobbe’s voice quavered with emotion as he stood before a nearly full Rackham Auditorium to deliver a lecture during his reception of the Golden Apple award on Tuesday evening.