To combat consistent low voter turnout from the college student demographic, the Michigan Secretary of State parked a mobile branch office in the center of campus Monday. The aim was to make it convenient for students to register to vote and perform other functions that are normally only available at a permanent office. »
There are currently no suspects in the slashing of vehicle tires in residential parking lots J-3 and J-4.
According to University Police Chief Ron Trepkowski, it appears that tires on several vehicles were slashed sometime Thursday night, as reports began filtering in Friday morning into Friday afternoon after students discovered their vehicles had been damaged. »
It was cold and raining and the Cardinals football team was losing 17-0. For most, that combination would make for a bad afternoon. »
Dialogue concerning the election of a new Student Association representative highlighted discussion at Monday's SA house meeting.
Ashley Verner was elected in the SA main election last spring, but resigned in June, creating a vacant position in SA. »
Arriving late to the interview, a typically cheerful Dale Huggard asks, "Has your computer ever crashed? It's basically like your house burning down." »
A panel discussion on the topic of eminent domain will kick off a lecture series aimed at informing students of some key political issues for this year's elections. »
Richard Hull artist reception
The University Art Gallery will be accommodating the reception of artist Richard Hull Monday, Oct. 2 from 4-6 p.m. »
Friday, Sept. 22
- Car/deer accident at Davis and Freeland Rds.
Saturday, Sept. 23
- Three MIPs issued during traffic stop at Pierce and Davis Rds.
- MIP issued at Football game.
Discussion on the Michigan Civil Right's Initiative and a speech from the president of the University of Michigan highlighted the NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet held at the New Horizons Center Sept. 24. »
The Cardinal Variety Show and its performers occupied the East Arena of the Ryder Center last Thursday night as part of the 2006 Homecoming Week. »
National Public Radio's Barbara Hagerty was present on campus last Thursday to give the opening lecture of "The Challenge of Religion" lecture series to a standing room only crowd in the Rhea Miller Recital Hall. »