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BY GREG GARNO
Michigan defeated the Golden Bears, 3-1, on Sunday, to secure the program’s 16th regional title and advance to their eighth super regional in the last nine years. The Wolverines will host Louisiana-Lafayette next weekend at Alumni Field — where they remain undefeated this season.
BY KATIE BURKE
The ever-increasing national student loan debt is raising red flags as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released a report on student loan affordability last week.
BY ALEX TAYLOR
Sebastian, who just finished his collegiate career, collected two national championships and All-American honors during his time competing for Michigan gymnastics. Yet before any of the success, these accomplishments required Sebastian to make sacrifices along the way.
BY BRIAN BURLAGE
Baz Luhrmann’s “The Great Gatsby” — based on the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald — mirrors the triumphant, if not over-the-top, grace of America in the roaring ’20s.
BY AMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR
As cancer research increases in complexity, interdisciplinary research methodologies are becoming more important in extracting viable results. As a result, the School of Public Health, in collaboration with the Comprehensive Cancer Center, will establish a new Center for Cancer Biostatistics within its departments.
BY AKSHAY SETH
This notebook is an ode to that alcohol-drenched atmosphere, the wonderfully flawed characters that navigate it and my first-ever television bingeing experience. And (obviously) Jon Hamm.
BY DANIEL FELDMAN
Thompson’s average of 11.3 points per game in this region also helped her earn a spot on the All-Four Nations Tour Team.
BY AMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR
The University's Board of Regents convened Thursday at the University's Dearborn campus to review a selection of infrastructure and personnel changes. Among these items was the appointment of Information prof. James L. Hilton as the dean of libraries
BY AARON GUGGENHEIM
After a year of protests and rallies, the Coalition for Tuition Equality, a student organization that advocates for the in-state tuition rate for undocumented students who have lived in Michigan, has made another tangible mark of progress: a web page on the University's Office of Financial Aid website that offers information to prospective and current undocumented students.
BY JASON RUBINSTEIN
Playing the likes of Big Ten foes No.11 Northwestern and No. 16 Nebraska is no easy task each year. But these grueling matches are the ones that prepare teams for the big stage. So the 10th-ranked Wolverines are ready for the Bruins this weekend, no matter how high their ranking.
BY KENDALL RUSS
Modern Vampires of the City It excels precisely because of Vampire Weekend’s ability to apply its weightless touch to a bleak theme and come across not as pretentious or ironic, but as authentic and deeply moving.