BY YARDAIN AMRON
Whereas dean selections frequently come from within the institution, both of Thursday’s selections were external hires.
BY SHOHAM GEVA
As a new push in the state to increase immigration to promote economic prosperity increases, international student retention has become a key focus, leading to involvement from many colleges in the state, including the University.
BY MATTHEW KIPNIS
Anna always has her brother on her mind, and he’s the reason Anna is where she is today. Thanks to Henry, she’s learned to work through the loss of life. Which is why she’s the perfect person to work through the Wolverines’ first season in program history, where losing has become all too common.
BY JOSH FRAZIER
This week celebrates the twentieth anniversary of those famous words, as Illmatic, the greatest rap album ever made, turns two decades old. Its legacy is still felt today.
BY MINH DOAN
With the ECAC Tournament just two weeks away, the Wolverines are looking to improve all facets of their game. The Wolverines will close out the regular season with games at home against No. 13 Yale and Robert Morris.
BY CLAIRE BRYAN
At the University’s monthly Board of Regents meeting Thursday, the board approved the North Campus Grove project, which will transform the area’s outdoor space.
BY REBECCA GODWIN
Arts at Michigan hopes to make The Accolades a yearly event to celebrate all of the different arts opportunities on campus, not only to recognize the work of the organizations but to also inform the student body of what their fellow students are creating.
BY DANNY VARGOVICK
For the Michigan men’s golf team, the customization process of clubs starts with a trip just down the road to Miles of Golf.
BY TOM MCBRIEN
The program, called REBUILD — Researching Evidence Based Undergraduate Instructional and Learning Developments — received a $2 million National Science Foundation grant to study evidence-based educational practices and institute the findings in introductory science courses that affect more than 8,000 students per term.
BY MICHAEL SUGERMAN
Proppe said CSG was hit with a number of “surprises” that necessitated the recalibration of his goals as president.