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Students and faculty celebrate year of research at symposium

BY MAX RADWIN

The Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program celebrated its 25th anniversary at the 2014 UROP Spring Research Symposium Wednesday with the largest showing of research projects in the program’s history.

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Softball

Softball looks to rebound against last-place Illini in Champaign

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BY JAKE LOURIM

After a doubleheader split at Purdue on Wednesday, Michigan (15-2, 37-8) will continue its road trip at Illinois (3-14, 19-23) starting Friday at 7 p.m.

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Eight years in the making: Kelsey Nolan conquers the unknown

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BY BRAD WHIPPLE

It’s not about winning or losing for Nolan, but rather finishing. Starting small, weak and unaware of what she was getting herself into, she ends her career having conquered years of training and competing.

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Campus and state react to Supreme Court ruling

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BY IAN DILLINGHAM AND SHOHAM GEVA

The focus on minority enrollment and admissions practice at the University — and at colleges across the nation — intensified Tuesday in response to the Supreme Court decision to uphold the state of Michigan’s ban on affirmative action.

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Goodbye Mary Sue

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BY THE MICHIGAN DAILY

When University President Mary Sue Coleman leaves office in July, she will conclude a presidency marked by economic downturn, two marathon fundraising efforts and significant challenges in the realms of diversity, access and athletics. During 12 years in the President’s House, Coleman fervently trumpeted the University’s mission across the country as she guided the institution through a period of immense change.

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Senate Assembly looks at technology optimization

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BY ANDREW ALMANI

The final Senate Assembly meeting of the year took place Monday afternoon, with discussion focused on optimizing information technology processes and status reports from Chairs of Senate Assembly Committees.

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Water Polo

Skaggs awarded CWPA Rookie of the Year in midst of championship

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BY BRAD WHIPPLE

The Michigan water polo team just got a much needed confidence boost heading into the CWPA Championships this weekend, as freshman two-meter Allison Skaggs grabbed the 2014 CWPA Rookie of the Year award Thursday.

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Through protest, BAMN wins meeting with administration

BY IAN DILLLINGHAM

After two hours of protest Thursday afternoon, members of BAMN secured one victory — promise of an open meeting to discuss the admissions decisions for several minority applicants to the University.

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Five faculty members announced as American Academy of Arts and Sciences fellows

BY SHOHAM GEVA

Five University faculty members have been elected fellows to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a prestigious honor society and policy research center.

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Former University professor's civil rights contributions honored at luncheon

BY SHOHAM GEVA

The Michigan Department of Civil Rights hosted a luncheon and panel at the Trotter Multicultural Center Wednesday in honor of former University professor Albert Wheeler as the final stop of the year in their 50th anniversary tour.

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Softball

Softball drops first game of doubleheader to Purdue

BY JUSTIN MEYER

The Wolverines stumbled to open up the doubleheader, dropping the game 3-2 for their second loss of the Big Ten season, before winning the nightcap in six innings, 11-0.

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