BY JENNIFER CALFAS AND SAM GRINGLAS
Before the Class of 2015 graduates received degrees Saturday, University President Mark Schlissel posed a question to them as they crowded the Michigan Stadium bleachers: “What are you going to do now?”
BY SAM GRINGLAS
Long rows of paper lanterns lined the Law Quad’s stone pathways Thursday night, each marked with a name and number written in black marker.
BY CARLY NOAH
Two University professors are included in the inaugural class of the Andrew Carnegie Fellows program, which the Carnegie Corporation of New York announced Wednesday.
BY LEV FACHER
“My goal is not to be normal,” Hatch said Monday afternoon. “I don’t want to be average.”
BY IRENE PARK
Mia Za’s Cafe, an Italian restaurant, closed its Ann Arbor branch Saturday night.
The restaurant opened in Ann Arbor in 2005, specializing in Italian dishes including salads, pasta and pizza, and offering vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options.
BY ZACH SHAW
Two-time captain and 2014 first-team All-Big Ten linebacker Jake Ryan was selected by the Green Bay Packers in the fourth round with the 129th overall pick.
BY EMMA KERR
This is a developing story. Keep checking back at michigandaily.com for updates
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a group of cases challenging same-sex marriage bans in Michigan and several other states. The case — which will likely be decided by the end of the Court's session in June — has the potential to legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states.
BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY
The Michigan Daily is introducing its new website, one of many projects currently transforming the Daily from a newspaper into a multimedia organization, all while maintaining the organization’s commitment to serving the University community.
BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY NEWS STAFF
In the series, we profile small businesses started by University alums to get a better idea of the diverse range of opportunities in Detroit.
BY ALLANA AKHTAR
According an April 23 press release from the University, while the total amount of reported violations of the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities decreased slightly from the 2012-2013 academic year to the 2013-2014 academic year, the number of alcohol- and drug-related violations increased significantly.