VIDEO: This Week at the Daily: Tuition equality protests, Coleman retirement, largest gift to the University
Daily News Editor Peter Shahin and Daily Staff Reporters Jen Calfas and Sam Gringlas discuss the recent tuition equality protests, the announcement that University President Mary Sue Coleman will resign in July 2014 and a $110 million donation to the University.
Daily News Editor K.C. Wassman discusses the business closings on East Liberty Street.
Assistant Digital News Editor Steve Zoski interview Digital News Editor Austen Hufford about Wednesday's morning campus-wide internet outage and Managing News Editor Adam Rubenfire about three alleged sexual assaults in the same Zaragon East Apartment.
Daily Staff Reporter Stephen Yaros interviews the creators of the CSG party momentUM.
Daily Staff Reporter Amrutha Sivakumar delivers the weekly breakdown of student leadership news in this edition of The Institution Report. She discusses the recently passed Central Student Government budget for winter semester 2013.
Daily News Editors Alicia Adamczyk and Katie Burke and Managing Photo Editor Adam Glanzman discuss their coverage of inauguration day.
Watch our new video show, This Week at the Daily. This week, we talk to Holly Rider-Milkovich, director of the University's Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center and Daily News Editor Peter Shahin about the Regents' trip to California.
The Physics Demonstration Lab creates experiments that are used in large physics lectures.
The Michigan Daily followed one team at MHacks from the Friday at Midnight start until the Sunday afternoon ending.
James Holloway, vice provost for global and engaged education, speaks about studying abroad opportunities and benefits.
As the University’s Board of Regents and select faculty members continue the months-long process of finding the next leader of the University, the Daily examines some of the important facets of the top job.
The University Debate Team has never won a national championship. The competitors, the coaches and University administrators want this to change. Their goal is for one of the University’s three debate pairs to win the 67th National Debate Tournament being held at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah the weekend of March 30.
On Saturday students and community members climbed during this semester's MRock bouldering competition held at the Intramural Sports Building.
University students spent March 23 volunteering in Detroit for this year's DP Day.