Michigan AD blasts Big Ten for ‘unethical’ suspension of Jim Harbaugh before Penn State game
A judge did not rule on the University of Michigan’s temporary restraining order on Saturday, which means the Wolverines will be without Jim Harbaugh against Penn State due to his suspension in the sign-stealing case.
U-M Board of Regents authorizes athletic liquor license requests, renovations to football & basketball locker rooms
The University of Michigan Board of Regents voted Thursday October 19th to allow the athletic department to apply for liquor licenses through the Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC) for Michigan Stadium, Crisler Center and Yost Ice Arena.
We-fense mantra uttered by Harbaugh comes to fruition as Michigan football improves to 2-0
The we-fense mantra uttered by suspended head coach Jim Harbaugh ahead of the week two 35-7 thrashing of the UNLV Running Rebels came to fruition as the No. 2 ranked Michigan Wolverines had contributions on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball that helped them advance to 2-0 on the season.
University of Michigan scientists study giant black hole that destroyed a massive star
What happens when a star gets too close to a giant black hole? In a scenario studied by a University of Michigan astronomer, a star that got too close to a black hole got torn apart and its insides were tossed out into space.
‘We are pushing for a U-M for all’: University of Michigan threatens to replace striking grad workers
As some University of Michigan graduate employees continue their months-long strike, U-M officials say it's time to move on as the strike and demonstrations have hit a crossroads ahead of the start of the new school year.
United Dairy Industry joins forces with U-M Athletic Department to educate students on nutrition
The United Dairy Industry has forged a multi-year partnership with the University of Michigan Athletic Department, connecting Michigan's 900 dairy farmers with U-M and its students and student-athletes to engage and educate about the nutritional benefits of milk and dairy products.
Supreme Court's affirmative action ruling leaves colleges looking for new ways to promote diversity
The Supreme Court has sent shockwaves through higher education with a landmark decision that struck down affirmative action and left colleges across the nation searching for new ways to promote student diversity.
Metro Detroit golf pro says he’s ready for his big shot ahead of Rocket Mortgage Classic
PGA is coming to Detroit with the Rocket Mortgage Classic, with names like Rickie Fowler, Tony Finau, and Colin Morikawa. There will be plenty of guys to follow, but there's one player with local ties who's easy to root for.
Sterling Heights and GM to add 17 electric vehicle charging stations throughout city
Each charging station, produced by Flo, are up to 2.7 times faster than a typical level two charging station, and feature two ports for simultaneous charging. The city will provide the land while GM Dealers will underwrite the cost of the charging stations.
University of Michigan study shows how life-threatening childbirth complications differ by state, race
As maternal mortality rates rise in the United States, addressing the issue has become an important policy issue. A new report from the University of Michigan finds astounding variations across different states and races.