BY ZACH HELFAND
These are heady times for Michigan. A bit confusing, too. The Michigan men’s basketball team has won the Big Ten title with surprising ease. The football and hockey teams seem, respectively, overpowered and inconsistent.
BY JENNIFER CALFAS
While many University students traveled to the Golden Coast to laze in the sun over Spring Break, University President Mary Sue Coleman traveled to California for a different reason: to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award.
BY AMRUTHA SIVAKUMAR
On Sunday, 15 groups of figure skaters and ice dancers participated in FrenchieSkate, an ice show at Yost Ice Arena that raised money for children with serious medical ailments.
BY ADAM THEISEN
On G I R L, Pharrell is that main artist, so after setting the stage, he’s still left to fill in everything else.
BY BEN FIDELMAN
Michigan lost a Friday night game, 7-3, split a Saturday double-header with an 8-2 win and a 6-5 loss and finished off the weekend with a 4-2 come-from-behind victory Sunday afternoon.
BY ZACH SHAW
After a season of shocking many elite programs and posting its best regular-season record since 2006, Michigan was shocked across the board in its worst Big Ten finish since 2010 — the third-worst finish in school history.
BY SAM GRINGLAS
With just a few months behind the wheel of one of the world’s largest automakers, Mary Barra, the CEO of General Motors Company, has been selected to deliver the University’s spring commencement address at Michigan Stadium.
BY GREG GARNO
Michigan hockey, how do you know which version of your team will show up on a given night?
BY TANAZ AHMED AND MICHAEL SUGERMAN
Mae Jemison, the first woman of color to travel into space, delivered the keynote lecture for the 32nd annual Women of Color Task Force Career Conference at Hill Auditorium on Friday.
BY BRIAN BURLAGE
Is a film about 300 men defending their country in the face of imminent death interesting? Absolutely. Is a film about the simultaneous naval effort of undaunted, politically driven Greeks necessary? Not really. But is it entertaining? You betcha.
BY MICHAEL SUGERMAN
The education portion of Obama’s 2015 fiscal year budget allots $69 billion in discretionary funding to the Department of Education, marking a 2-percent increase from the 2014 budget.