BY MAX COHEN
When Ted Ginn Sr. first saw Willie Henry, he saw the makings of a football player. He saw a defensive lineman dripping with potential, capable of busting through opposing offensive lines and sacking the quarterback. He saw a young man who, if he utilized his physical talents, would be good enough to earn a scholarship playing college football.
BY SAM GRINGLAS
This fall, the University enrolled 6,532 freshmen — an increase of 307 over last year — and about 500 more than University officials had intended.
BY BEN ATLAS
It has been 60 years since an incumbent attorney general in Michigan has lost a bid for reelection, but Mark Totten, Michigan State University law professor and Democratic nominee for that spot, is hoping to bring that streak to an end. Totten, 40, has both a law degree and Ph.D. in ethics from Yale University and his past experience includes stints as a staff attorney for the U.S.
BY GREG GARNO
The Daily spoke with the Utah Daily Chronicle’s Ryan Miller, an assistant sports editor, to take a look at the Wolverines’ next opponent.
BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA
Will Utah really threaten the Michigan football team Saturday afternoon at the Big House? If you believe the betting lines, yes.
BY GIBSON JOHNS
If 1989 ends up being the album that I and many others expect it to be, then gone will be the days of the country duds that Taylor Swift used as fillers on Red.
BY COSMO PAPPAS
This Friday, the doors to the Keene Theater of the Residential College will welcome German-speaking and non-German-speaking guests alike for an open workshop with Tanz Tangente.
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BY TANAZ AHMED
The National Campus Leadership Council, a non-profit organization, invited the University’s Central Student Government in the summer to participate in the campaign in an effort to involve University and all of its student leaders.
BY ALEXA DETTELBACH
The Michigan football team has the chance to change the tide in its matchup against Utah (2-0) this Saturday. The Utes joined the Pac-12 in 2011 and their fast-paced offense should prove a hefty challenge for the Wolverines (2-1).
BY RACHEL PREMACK
Students and Ann Arborites lined East Liberty Street Thursday night to see two members from Pussy Riot, a Russian punk rock protest group that’s made international headlines since their 2011 inception.
BY CLAIRE BRYAN
Thursday, the University’s Board of Regents approved $18.7 million in renovations to the Intramural Sports Building and the construction of a $168 million South Campus athletics facility — one of the largest sports-focused construction projects in decades.
BY NATALIE GADBOIS
Wilde’s photo illustrates a modern Madonna – her face calm, her waist already thin, even her breasts sans stretch marks. Her baby is naked and glowing, a paragon of infant innocence and grace. What purpose does this humble-brag serve?