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Brady Hoke. (Getty Images)

Hoke On ‘Tweet-Gate:’ ‘I Thought Tweeting Is What Birds Do’

The U-M football coach isn’t putting too much stock into mocking Tweets sent out by Michigan State players after the game that ridiculed quarterback Denard Robinson and trash talked the maize and blue’s overall performance.

97.1 The Ticket–09/06/2012


Study: Phrase ‘That’s So Gay’ Causes Lasting Harm

Hearing the phrase more often was found to increase students’ risk of health problems and feelings of isolation.

CBS Detroit–08/28/2012


Checking For Skin Cancer? There’s An App For That

If a mole appears to be changing or growing, the photos can then be shared with a dermatologist to help determine whether a biopsy is necessary.

CBS Detroit–07/10/2012

Brady Hoke.

Michigan’s Hoke: 2nd Year Usually Harder Than 1st

The Wolverines will open their second year under Hoke against Alabama on Sept. 1 at Cowboys Stadium.

97.1 The Ticket–06/06/2012


U-M Cardiovascular Center Performs 500th Heart Device Implant

Last month, retired high school teacher Darol Straub of Ann Arbor received a new heart device, the 500th device implanted by the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/02/2012


Romney’s Money Man Wants Maize And Blue Victory

If successful you could call this the Ron Weiser’s maize ‘n blue political magic act.

CBS Detroit–05/01/2012


UM’s Spring Commencement Speaker Causing Stir

Governor Rick Snyder will speak at the school’s graduation ceremonies this spring but that news is not well received by some students.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/14/2011

2 Chinese Students Die, 3 Hurt In Michigan Crash

Michigan State police say a car with five Chinese graduate students on a trip to view northern Michigan’s fall colors crashed, killing two and injuring the other three.


U-M: Researchers Start Embryonic Stem Cell Line

University of Michigan researchers have created their first human embryonic stem cell line and one of only a handful in the nation made without potential contamination from other animal material, the lead scientist said Sunday.