Women's Cross Country
BY GREG GARNO
The best team on campus is ranked first in the nation and could win its first national championship in program history. But you might have gone the rest of the year without ever knowing a thing about them.
BY EMMA KERR
Gayz Craze returned to campus for another year Monday to promote education and community for LGBTQ students and their allies.
BY ALEC STERN
On Sunday, August 24th at 10:10 p.m., “True Blood” met the True Death. After seven years, the HBO series finally resolved the Sookie Stackhouse saga, and with it, the love story at its center. And it was one hell of a ride.
BY NEALA BERKOWSKI
University students were given a taste — and sight and sound — of other cultures Monday at UMOJA Fest, a day-long event dedicated to promoting cultural awareness through traditional food, music, and dance.
BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA
Junior Devin Funchess is Michigan football’s newest No. 1, a number given to an exclusive group of Wolverines wide receivers.
BY AMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR
There’s no doubt why Allen won American Idol back in 2009. With transcendent live vocals and a charisma to last a lifetime, Allen is truly what Simon Cowell called the “X Factor” back in the day.
BY EMMA KERR
The City Council will meet Tuesday to consider resolutions concerning zoning and ridesharing companies. The Council will discuss the operation of Uber and Lyft companies in Ann Arbor, as well as a fund transfer in support of a continuing affordable housing effort and various zoning proposals.
BY MICHAEL SUGERMAN
The Michigan Daily is publishing an article each day this week to cover the start of University President Mark Schlissel’s first semester. He will be formally installed as the University's 14th president during a day of inauguration festivities Friday.
BY MAX COHEN
Though Michigan likely didn’t display the full breadth of its offense in the 52-14 rout of the Mountaineers, some things can be gleaned about the team from the victory.
BY SHOHAM GEVA
LSA junior Meagan Shokar, Central Student Government vice president, announced in a statement Friday afternoon she would be stepping down from her position in CSG.
Shokar was elected last winter by the student body, along with her presidential running mate, Public Policy senior Bobby Dishell, for the 2014-2015 academic year.
BY ARIANA ASSAF
FYF was a weekend of exploration, and it was a weekend of growth. I saw a lot of bands I hadn’t seen or hadn’t heard before, and I saw one I have a whole lot of feelings for.
BY IAN DILLINGHAM
As tensions continue to escalate following the United States’ and European Union’s economic sanctions against Russia, the scientific community appears immune to the effects.