New Miss Maize & Blue crowned during Philanthropy Week

Mishelle Dimitrova was crowned Miss Maize and Blue
By Craig Henderson, Student Life Editor On Thursday, Nov. 13, Delta Sigma Phi (ΔΣΦ) fraternity hosted the annual Miss Maize & Blue Pageant to raise money for Rape Abuse &...
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Blood of the Werewolf

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Kevin meets to interview with Shannon Kelley, senior project manager at Scientifically Proven Games, about the new game “Blood of the Werewolf."
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Must-See Film Guide for the Holidays

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As the holiday season approaches, I’m sure that every single family will be cleaning up from Thanksgiving dinner, dusting off their sneakers from Black Friday shopping, and trimming the...
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Social Science Building renovations to be completed by 2016

This past April, the University of Michigan Board of Regents approved the schematic design for the UM-Dearborn Science Building and Computer Information Science Building Renovation Project.

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The CIViC’s Food Pantry gives back for the holidays and all year round

By Angela Melendez Advertising Manager The holidays are a magical time for friends, family, and giving. Across the U.S, many of us spend time reaching out to our communities...

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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

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Don’t let these “charitable” organizations take advantage of you and your good faith this season. Some are just looking to make money and others like the power to discriminate....

The top five study tips for finals weeks

We’ve compiled a list of the top study tips from professors, students, and the wide world of the internet to make sure you don’t completely lose it during the...

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“Detroit Unleaded” motivates new beginnings

By Craig Henderson, Student Life Editor Featured during Philanthropy Week, the Office for Student Engagement, Metropolitan Impact, and the Office of the Chancellor presented “Detroit Unleaded” on Tuesday, Nov. 11...

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Actors Rizwan Manji and Aasif Mandvi deliver their perspective with “Conversation on Race”

Nadia Roumani interviews with Rizwan Manji
By Paige Boyd, Guest Writer Sponsored by the Office of the Vice Chancellor, the Office for Student Engagement, and the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU), the University of...
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Top 10 Things to Do in Detroit

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When people hear Detroit, they tend to think the worst. After growing up in the downtown area, I’m here to tell you when it comes to going downtown Detroit, you have nothing to worry about. In fact, there is so much to see and do in downtown Detroit, that if you live your life in fear of it, you’re really going to be missing out.

Q&A with UM-Dearborn Player of the Week, Jared Davidson

Jared Davidson. (Photo courtesy of UM-Dearborn wrestling).

As a freshman, Jared Davidson has already made his presence felt as one of the stars on the University of Michigan-Dearborn wrestling team. The 149-pound Davidson is off to a hot start, beginning the year with a 9-1 record. Davidson won his first collegiate championship in the Mott Bear Open.

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