BY IAN DILLINGHAM
Forty minutes from the bustling streets of Ann Arbor, the Livingston County Airport plays a unique and critical role for the University of Michigan Health System and its most critically-ill patients.
BY JACOB RICH
Its newest, biggest release, “Super Smash Bros. for Wii U,” is an enormous, painstakingly crafted multiplayer video game, one that deserves a hallowed spot in any collegiate gamer’s library.
BY THERESE BREUCH
Over the past three summers, Quicken Loans, the nation’s second largest mortgage lender, headquartered in Detroit, has taken approximately 17 percent of their interns from the University, making it one of the highest represented colleges in last summer’s internship program.
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BY BRAD WHIPPLE
The Michigan women’s basketball team didn’t play perfect defense on Sunday, but it made the stops it needed to in order for its offense to find its rhythm as it dominated the floor in a 74-47 win over Western Michigan.
BY NATALIE GADBOIS
“(Stephen) was given 2 years to live when he was 21 years old, and he describes every moment of each day beyond that as a gift to him,” Redmayne said. “He pulled himself out of a melancholia and has managed to live every second of every minute of his life as fully and as passionately as possible."
BY CHRIS CROWDER
The Michigan women’s cross country team opened the season ranked No. 1 and held that spot until Oct. 18 at the NCAA Pre-Nationals. An 18th-place finish in the NCAA Championship wasn’t expected after its preseason and midseason projections. But championships aren’t won on day one.
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BY AMABEL KAROUB
University President Mark Schlissel named his nomination for a new leader of the University of Michigan Health System Monday. Dr. Marschall Runge has been recommended to lead medical affairs at the University, pending approval by the University’s Board of Regents at their regularly scheduled meeting on Dec. 18.
BY GREG GARNO
If you’re reading anything else about “The Game” this weekend, you should understand this is the bigger point that matters: This year’s game doesn’t mean anything.
BY HILLARY CRAWFORD
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, a University alum and speaker at the 2013 Spring Commencement, spoke Friday at the Ross School of Business in an event sponsored by Business fraternity Phi Chi Theta.
BY MAX COHEN
With the loss, a win over Ohio State is necessary for Michigan to make a bowl game. But the Wolverines have several issues to resolve first. Many of the same issues that have persisted all season hindered Michigan against the Terrapins.
BY LEA GIOTTO
The University hosted its 62nd Annual Economic Outlook Conference in Rackham Amphitheater Thursday and Friday.