Ann Arbor

Eastern Michigan University police officer Mike Anderson practices administering Naloxone at EMU on Wednesday.
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Heroin and opiate usage spikes in Washtenaw County

At the end of June, every University of Michigan police officer will carry Naloxone, a generic version of the name-brand drug Narcan that reverses the effects of an overdose by blocking opiate receptors in the brain.


Increasing tuition: a look at why costs continue to rise

Since 2002, tuition revenue has increased by over $800 million — a 135 percent increase — far outpacing similar institutions such as Ohio State University and the University of California system, both of which have seen approximately 52 percent increases.

Campus Life

Enrollment by gender in various schools within the University
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Engineering students and faculty respond to University efforts to bridge gender and minority gap

“When I was deciding to do computer science, one of the main reasons that I didn’t want to do it was I never saw myself as the computer science type because I think that type is typically male,” LSA junior Kayla Fedewa said.

Firefly Music Festival


A look at Firefly Music Festival 2016

“I don’t come here for the music, man, just the people and the good connections, you know, bro?”

Mason Cole, who started every game of the past two seasons at left tackle, has moved to center.
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Drevno looking for continued improvement from offensive line

Offensive coordinator Tim Drevno is pleased with the progress of Mason Cole and Grant Newsome.

Wilton Speight threw for one touchdown in the spring game and ran for another.
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Speight steps up summer workout schedule

The redshirt sophomore quarterback continues through the offseason as the leader of the quarterback competition.