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Protest calls on the University to improve approach to sexual assault

BY EMMA KERR

Early Wednesday morning, a list of seven demands covered the block ‘M’ on the Diag, calling on the administration to improve the University’s approach to sexual assault on campus.

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Simon Kaufman: Michigan in good hands with under-the-radar leaders

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BY SIMON KAUFMAN

Two weeks ago, Spike Albrecht and Caris LeVert had job interviews. The job description? Leading a team that includes six true freshmen deep into the NCAA Tournament.

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At Luther Halloween, student bands find a venue to display their talent

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BY AMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR

Acting as a leaping point for local bands to play at larger venues like The Blind Pig, Luther has served as an anchor to musicians across all genres.

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Regent candidate stresses wealth of political experience

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BY ALLANA AKHTAR

Though Ron Weiser has a large office on Main Street, he does his work on a small table in the corner of the room. Most of the office is adorned with University wrestling medals, Slovakian artifacts, pictures with former U.S. presidents and senators and other memorabilia from his past.

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Experts weigh in on ISIS threat and ideology

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BY GENEVIEVE HUMMER

Despite a summer of increasing fear concerning the spread of the terror group ISIS in the Middle East, some University professors argue the global threat might be relatively minimal in the long term.

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Artist Profile: Rapper Munch keeps his focus on the music

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BY GIANCARLO BUONOMO

For LSA sophomore Maher Hachem, who raps under the stage name Munch, it’s all about keeping things focused on the music.

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In Senate race, Land struggles with narrative

BY SHOHAM GEVA

She’s bringing in significant amounts of money — her campaign raised a total of $11 million in contributions as of the last quarter, more than her Democratic challenger — and she’s not short on airtime, running multiple ads in the lead-up to elections. This week, she concluded an expansive bus tour of the state, covering 3,181 miles over the course of three months.

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Michigan Horror Story: The true, terrifying tales of University students

BY CHLOE GILKE

Yes, Halloween is a time for dressing up and eating cheap candy. But it’s an unequivocal opportunity to become attuned to the vibrant world of spirits, and maybe even connect with the world beyond our own.

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University continues to struggle with minority enrollment

BY SHOHAM GEVA

Minority enrollment at the University has shifted dramatically in the past decade, following two court cases over the University’s race-conscious admission policies and a successful statewide referendum that banned the consideration of race in a public higher education admissions decisions.

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Giancarlo Buonomo: Greece via Ann Arbor at 'Mezes'

BY GIANCARLO BUONOMO

The food is unmistakably, authentically Greek, but with American touches here and there that are simultaneously comforting and creative.

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BAMN protests drop in minority enrollment

BY WILL GREENBERG

In response to the release of the Fall 2014 enrollment numbers, By Any Means Necessary returned to campus Wednesday to protest the declining representation of minority students on campus.

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A struggling passing game seeks remedy before matchup against Indiana

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BY GREG GARNO

The Michigan football team passed for 503 yards in a 63-47 victory over Indiana last year. The Wolverines haven’t reached that many yards in their past three games combined.

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