Michigan Exhibit Traces Mask's Trek From Africa To Ann ArborAn exhibition at the University of Michigan Museum of Art traces an African mask's 100-year, 10,000-mile journey.
Sexual Assault, Armed Robbery Reported On University Of Michigan CampusPolice at the University of Michigan are alerting students and faculty after a woman was allegedly sexually assaulted while jogging around campus.
University Of Michigan Rolling Out Diversity, Inclusion PlanBlack students at the school have complained about how they are treated by some white students, and about the relatively low number of African-Americans enrolled.
Colorado-Michigan: Wolverines Expected To Rout BuffaloesMichigan QB Wilton Speight has played mistake-free football since throwing an interception on his first snap this season.
University Of Michigan Approves $500 Million Campus Renovation ProjectUniversity of Michigan officials have approved nearly $500 million in construction and renovation projects at its three campuses.
University Of Michigan Research Lab Helping All Runners One Step At A TimeThe running-specific assessment that's now available to the public, not just the school's athletes, lasts about two hours and includes in-depth clinical and biomechanical evaluations.
New Toilets Coming To U-M Campus Aim For Safe, Urine-Based FertilizerSpecial toilets are coming to University of Michigan as part of a large project researching the conversion of human urine into fertilizer.
No. 5 Michigan Expected To Rout UCF Just As It Did HawaiiThe Wolverines are favored to beat Central Florida by more than five touchdowns Saturday at the Big House.
Politics Of Lopsided Victories Vary Between CoachesMichigan coach Jim Harbaugh took the pat-on-the-back route after the Wolverines' blowout of Hawaii, offering effusive praise up and down the roster for their most lopsided victory since 1975.
Michigan Trio Of Standouts Returned For Special SeasonThe storied program has not won a conference title since 2004, its longest drought since failing to finish first in the Big Ten between 1950 and 1964.
University Of Michigan Pays $165,000 To Ex-Student Who Was DismissedThe university denied liability and said it settled after 3½ years to bring an end to the costly litigation.
$3M Gift To University Of Michigan Pulled Over Building NameMark Bernstein, a member of the university's governing board, said he and his wife didn't want to silence the "one, lonely African-American voice on our campus."

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