Recap Of This Year’s Top MJ Stories
As we dive into the summer 2012 semester, the Michigan Journal takes a look back at a few of its top viewed and commented campus news stories of the University of Michigan-Dearborn for the winter 2012 semester. We plan to share even more stories and campus news over the summer as we get ready for the fall.
A plan was presented to renovate the former office buildings across the University Center and Fairlane Center South. The proposed three buildings will be four stories. Funding for the estimated $44-million project will come from Urban Campus Communities. (Read More»)
Junior Dennis Lienhardt was elected UM-Dearborn’s student body president for the 2012-2013 academic school year. Lienhardt’s party, One Michigan Coalition, said they will continue their goal to better serve the UM-Dearborn community with a few new goals in mind. (Read More»)
Pastor Rick Warzywak decided to preach his message to students outside the campus’s University Center. While the motives behind his appearance were unclear, Warzywak said he wanted to take advantage of the gorgeous weather and spread his message to “open minded students.” (Read More»)
Changes coming to UM-Dearborn could soon bring closer ties to the campus in Ann Arbor. Currently in the preliminary stages, discussions are being held to change the mascot of the Dearborn campus from the Wolves to the Wolverines. (Read More»)
Former Student Government President David Knezek officially announced his campaign for the District 11 Michigan State Representative. He later received endorsements for his campaign from the UAW, Region 1A and the Michigan Democratic Youth Caucus. (Read More»)
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