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Kelly Miltimore

“I have this drive to fight for this population because I know how hard it was for us to get services when he was a cute kid.”

— Kelly Miltimore, a registered nurse who works in the Central Staffing Resources at Michigan Medicine and wrote a book about raising a special-needs child

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U-M Heritage

Already flourishing with students, professors and facilities, U-M was also determined to be the state's agricultural school. It was a headiness that would fuel heated rhetoric and an animated rivalry that continues today between U-M and the school that prevailed as the agricultural school, Michigan State University.

Seeds of discontent

Already flourishing with students, professors and facilities, U-M was also determined to be the state’s agricultural school. It was a headiness that would fuel heated rhetoric and an animated rivalry that continues today between U-M and the school that prevailed as the agricultural school, Michigan State University.

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    • Photo of Nicole Bedera

    One of the most common ways people fail to intervene in a culture of sexual violence is by excusing or minimizing the behavior of perpetrators, says Nicole Bedera, doctoral student in sociology: “You’re not doing the people in your life a favor if you refuse to intervene on the violence they have committed. … A lot of men who’ve committed acts of sexual violence have never had anyone raise any reservations about their behavior to them before.”

    USA Today
    • Sara Adar

    Research by Sara Adar, associate professor of epidemiology, and colleagues found that using cleaner fuels or upgrading older diesel buses reduced children’s exposure to airborne particles by as much as 50 percent. A nationwide switch to cleaner school buses could result in 14 million fewer student absences each year, she says. 

    ABC News / The Associated Press
    • Headshot of Erik Gordon

    “Some investors would rather drink rat poison than be identified with Mr. Trump. Other investors will remember the following he had on Twitter and see 12-story-high dollar signs,” said Erik Gordon, clinical professor of business, on the reaction of investors in a special purpose acquisition company that financed Donald Trump’s new social media company — a merger partner unbeknown to investors.

    The New York Times