BY DANIEL FELDMAN
Though it appears Albrecht is ready to embrace his new leadership role on a very young Michigan men’s basketball team, it’ll take some time for the junior guard to deal with the loss of some of his best friends.
BY GENEVIEVE HUMMER
The Ann Arbor City Council unanimously approved amendments to both the city’s Non-Discrimination Ordinance and the Living Wage Ordinance at their meeting Monday.
The Council’s unanimous decision to expand the city’s Non-Discrimination
Ordinance drew cheers from those in attendance.
BY EMILIE PLESSET
Engineering graduate student Derek Tat passed away on Friday in a traffic accident.
Tat, 24, came to the University in January to pursue a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering. He had previously received degrees in mechanical and electrical engineering at the University of California, Berkeley and had worked in the private sector.
BY ZACH SHAW
When facing off against No. 7 UMass Lowell and No. 12 Boston University in its trip to Boston this weekend, the No. 14 Michigan hockey team will need all hands on deck if it wants to walk away with wins.
BY KATHLEEN DAVIS
In a way, it’s the timelessness that’s the draw, allowing us to get absorbed into the drama, or the comedy, or the sadness, yet when the curtains close we’re eased back to reality, taking the influence of art back with us. And that in and of itself is a beautiful thing.
BY ALLANA AKHTAR
The University’s undergraduate enrollment increased slightly this year, according to figures released early Monday morning.
BY MAX COHEN
Last season, the Spartans’ defense spanked Gardner and the Wolverines’ offense, sacking the quarterback seven times in a 29-6 blowout.
BY MICHAEL SUGERMAN
In an effort to secure a more sustainable cycle of funding and donations, the Center for Entrepreneurship has paired with two different venture capital firms to continue supporting entrepreneurial endeavors throughout Ann Arbor and Michigan.
BY MELINA GLUSAC
Tired, familiar, boring — that’s the sophomore slump. Many artists fall into it and can’t get back up. But that stigmatic phrase is nonexistent for British techno diva Jessie Ware, as if she’s never heard of those words strung together.