BY TANAZ AHMED AND EMILIE PLESSET
Litigation against both parties is still pending, including one counterclaim against Make Michigan lodged by The Team. In an interview Saturday morning, Law student Paige Becker, the University’s elections director, said based on the complaints that have been filed, it’s possible the result of ongoing litigation could still flip the election results in The Team’s favor.
BY PHOTO STAFF
Photo staff presents its best photos of the week from March 20 to March 26.
BY ALEX BERNARD
Seeing that child trip over a tree root and distantly wondering if she’ll fall in the shower when she’s 82, and will she break her hip? And who will help her?
BY TANYA MADHANI
Ishiguro was invited to participate in a University reading as part of the Helen Zell Visiting Writers Series, which has hosted writers such as fiction writer Sergio Troncoso and graphic novelist Alison Bechdel.
BY LINDSEY SCULLEN
Prompted by a shared distaste for current popular music, a group of students is using a class project to start a “Lyric Revolution.”
Music, Theatre & Dance sophomore Hannah Baiardi, a co-founder of “Lyric Revolution”, said she often finds the majority of popular music today is both “derogatory” and “offensive.”
BY EMILIE PLESSET
Make Michigan’s Cooper Charlton, an LSA junior, and Steven Halperin, an LSA sophomore, narrowly secured the Central Student Government presidential and vice presidential seats by five votes, making this year’s race the closest student government election in the past decade.
BY KELLY HALL
After a rough start, Michigan (8-10 Big Ten, 19-14 overall) beat Missouri 65-55 with a well-balanced offense that included five players scoring in double digits, led by senior guard Shannon Smith, who recorded 13 points.
BY LEA GIOTTO AND TANAZ AHMED
The results of this week’s Central Student Government elections remained undecided early Friday morning. Voting closed online at midnight Friday.
BY CARLY NOAH
Eight of the 10 vacant spots for LSA representatives were also filled in uncontested elections. The two remaining positions will be filled by write-in candidates, who had not been announced at press time.