BY AMABEL KAROUB
This past week, the national program that prepares United States veterans for the academic rigors of an elite university visited campus for the first time.
BY IAN DILLINGHAM
E. Royster Harper, hoping to shift focus from facilities to programming, appoints former Spectrum head Jackie Simpson as director of the Trotter Multicultural Center.
BY JAKE LOURIM
Judging by Greg Ryan’s recent recruiting classes — the latest of which includes 11 newcomers — Kopmeyer and Ezurike won’t be the only pros he churns out of his program.
BY ADAM DEPOLLO
The creative split between the duo’s members seems to have opened the way for Jackson to pursue her ‘80s throwback aesthetic to its potently danceable and upbeat conclusions on her latest release.
BY ALLISON FARRAND
Allison Farrand went to northern Ghana for a month and met some beautiful children while dealing with the ethics of photography.
BY KATIE BURKE
General Motors CEO Mary Barra began the summer in the Big House, delivering a speech to University graduates that offered advice for the future.
Last week, she appeared in front of Congress for the fourth time in four months, addressing an audience that was much less welcoming than the class of 2014.
BY BRIAN BURLAGE
The particular immaterial quality of his voice allows him to give his subject matter a unique importance, a cut-the-shit directness that aims its five-fingered death punch straight at your forehead.
BY SHOHAM GEVA
The city’s Election Commission met Friday morning to discuss continued issues stemming from a misprint on 392 absentee ballots, and to test tabulation equipment for Wards 2 and 3.
BY IRENE PARK
Sunday, a research team headed by Wei Cheng, associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences and faculty member at the College of Pharmacy, published a study in the online journal Nature Nanotechnology showing that HIV viruses differ from one another in their protein composition.
BY JASON RUBINSTEIN
Though David Price has enjoyed an illustrious baseball career, one single game continues to linger in the back of his mind.
BY SHOHAM GEVA
Wednesday, nonprofit group the Arts Alliance released the results of a survey sent out to electoral candidates about their involvement in and stance on support for various aspects of the arts in Washtenaw County.
BY MICHAEL SPAETH
The home of physics and astronomy — the David M. Dennison Building — is set to receive both a physical makeover, as well as a change of tenants.