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Michigan wins Big Ten Championship, earns first NCAA Tournament bid since 2008

BY ZACH SHAW

Seeing the “2015 Big Ten Champions” banner held by his team, Bakich lunged into a headfirst slide, dousing his brand-new championship T-Shirt in the rain-soaked grass before sliding right into position for the photo.

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'Sauce' comes home: Stauskas' summer in Ann Arbor

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BY KELLY HALL

Judging by the 15 bottles of hot sauce lined up on his kitchen countertop, Nik Stauskas is either a burgeoning chef or an NBA rookie endorsed by Musashi Foods.

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'Mad Men' finds identity in series finale

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BY CHLOE GILKE

There’s no more running away. What’s more important: work or life?

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SACUA discusses Office of Institutional Equity's use of recording devices during investigations

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BY ALAINA WYGANT

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met Monday to discuss grievance procedures within the University’s Office of Institutional Equity.

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Romero named ESPN's Softball Player of the Year

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BY KEVIN SANTO

Romero has another accolade to add to the argument: ESPN’s Softball Player of the Year.

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AFC Ann Arbor plants its roots

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BY KELLY HALL

"I’m seeing people wearing uniforms on the streets, I’m seeing the decals in the windows of restaurants, I’m seeing stickers on computers and backpacks, it’s just pretty darn cool. I think the team is important to the community, and they’re showing that by coming out in droves.”

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Treetops Resort security told not to intervene, police report says

BY EMMA KINERY

A report from the Michigan State Police indicates that Treetops Resort security officers were instructed not to intervene while members of the disbanded Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity and currently suspended Sigma Delta Tau sorority damaged the resort during their skip trip Jan. 16.

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Regents approve design, construction contracts for new athletic campus

BY ALLANA AKHTAR

Thursday, the University of Michigan Board of Regents convened at the University’s Dearborn campus for their May session. The regents approved construction projects for the new athletic campus and discussed the building of a new golf clubhouse.
Construction project approvals

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Dylan Larkin to leave Michigan, join Red Wings organization

BY ZACH SHAW

After months of speculation and contemplation, former Michigan hockey forward Dylan Larkin will forgo his final three years of NCAA eligibility and join the Detroit Red Wings organization, which drafted him in the first round of the 2014 NHL Draft.

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Business School Dean Alison Davis-Blake to step down

BY LAURA SCHINAGLE

In an e-mail to Ross School of Business students Monday, Business School Dean Alison Davis-Blake announced she is stepping down.

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Fashion feature: University alum Ashley-Brooke Sandall

BY CAROLINE FILIPS

Considering her former-model mother usually picked her up from school rocking brazen Missoni jumpsuits, it’s unsurprising Sandall developed a fondness for fashion that continues to punctuate her professional path.

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Harbaugh meets with students on 'American Sniper'

BY LAURA SCHINAGLE

Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh met with Middle Eastern, North African, Muslim and South Asian students in a private meeting in the Michigan Union on Wednesday to discuss the University’s April screening of the movie “American Sniper,” a film based on the autobiography of former U.S. Navy Seal Chris Kyle.

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