BY ANNA SADOVSKAYA
Though an ancient practice, tattoo artistry has long been shrouded in mystery and aversion, only recently seeing a refined emergence in the form of college students, young professionals and even businessmen and women who are enticed by the glowing “Tattoo Parlor” signs.
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BY RACHEL PREMACK
A northern Michigan man found guilty of the rape and murder of a 68-year-old widow, but after DNA evidence and help from a University law clinic he’s hoping to be found innocent.
BY ERIN KIRKLAND
A closer look at the campus' oldest student organization.
BY MAX COHEN
The Wolverines (5-3) enter this year’s Big Ten/ACC Challenge game at Virginia looking to build momentum after their two most impressive performances of the season.
BY ANASTASSIOS ADAMOPOULOS
With the first snowflakes falling, it is once again time for the Galens Tag Days fundraisers to take over the streets.
BY ADAM RUBENFIRE
There were 16,408 trees at the University in fiscal year 2012, according to the most recent data available. But University officials will need to subtract one tree from this year's total after an incident Wednesday morning involving a fraternity’s pledging activities.
BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD
The No. 22 Michigan men’s basketball team’s offensive performance in Tuesday night’s 79-69 loss to Duke was by far the worst of the season, never mind that the Wolverines have also lost games scoring 70 and 61 points.
BY K.C. WASSMAN
The lights from the Michigan Theater have shone for more than 80 years, but its presence has been an exception.
BY JEREMY SUMMITT
Motte, Compher and Allen will line up in maize and blue when No. 3 Michigan hosts their former team in an exhibition on Thursday.
BY HILLARY CRAWFORD
The University has put a positive twist on its sustainability initiative with the third annual Kill-A-Watt competition.