UM-Dearborn students get to work during Alternative Spring Break

While you huddled under your blankets and binge-watched the new season of House of Cards on Netflix over spring break, there were about 50 University of Michigan–Dearborn students that participated in this year’s Alternative Spring Break, the largest turnout yet, according to co-coordinator of the event Kelli Dowd.

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The University of Michigan community works to prevent heart disease

The Commission for Women, the University of Michigan-Dearborn Staff Senate, UM-Dearborn Human Resources and the Women’s Resource Center have collaborated to bring back the Go Blue Goes Red Luncheon, a heart disease prevention event that will take place on February 7 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the University Center, Kochoff Hall.

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One reality of living at The Union

As a resident of The Union, I wanted to offer the experience I have been privy to for the past four months and some change, in hopes that a little more light might be shed on a situation that seems to be going unnoticed by too many people and maybe serve as a cautionary tale for those looking at The Union as their future place of residence in the 2014-2015 school year.

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