This year's student Move-In is expected to be as big and bustling as ever, and community members can expect changes to the usual traffic and parking patterns when Move-In 2017 takes place Aug. 30-Sept. 1, right before the Labor Day weekend.
A $1 million endowed gift from philanthropists William and Inger Ginsberg encourages University of Michigan students to actively engage with their communities through service and education.
Budget approved for new SVSU business programs facility
Inside Maggie's Marketplace, the food pantry for Michigan Medicine's Ypsilanti Health Center, Alexandrie Lintz-Suarez hands a paper bag to a woman and her 13-year-old granddaughter.
SVSU receives $1.4M to improve rural Michigan health care
University of Michigan will move ahead with plans to purchase the remaining third of the Rackham Memorial building in Detroit, including a parking structure that is owned by the Rackham Engineering Foundation.
Art lovers will once again fill the streets of Ann Arbor to search for new treasures at this month's Ann Arbor Art Fair.
Grant supports Innovate Marquette SmartZone collaboration
Shaquila Myers, legislative director for Michigan Senate Minority Leader Jim Ananich, makes it about 15 words — including a handful of acronyms — into her introduction before pausing.
GVSU launches $85M Laker Effect Campaign
EMU launches campaign to welcome international students, scholars
WSU receives $7.5M NIH renewal for environmental center
People using the Thompson Street Parking Structure or driving along South Division Street just off campus may experience temporary changes during a resurfacing project set to begin Monday.
Classrooms at Ypsilanti Community High School are usually quiet and empty on Saturdays, but they haven't been for the past month.
A team of researchers from Michigan universities and hospitals has recommendations for Flint water customers to most effectively use the point-of-use water filters on their taps.
Many local government leaders across Michigan aren't content with their jurisdiction's relationship with state government, according to a new survey by University of Michigan researchers.
EMU president, key personnel travel to China to expand global presence
President Mark Schlissel was in Washington, D.C., this week urging key lawmakers to reject proposed federal budget cuts that would do serious damage to the nation's research and education enterprise.
MSU awarded $1.2M grant for international health
President Mark Schlissel, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and Stephen Henderson, Detroit Free Press editorial page editor, will join U-M and community leaders for a daylong exploration and presentation of research and learning practices taking place in and with Detroit.