The Michigan Supreme Court has declined to hear a case challenging the University of Michigan Board of Regents’ ability to hold closed-door “pre-meetings.”
The illustration in The Michigan Review, an independent student publication, accompanied a story about students protesting the athletic director and the athletic department’s handling of a head injury quarterback Shane Morris sustained during Michigan’s Sept. 28 loss to Minnesota.
Two newspapers have filed a lawsuit against the University of Michigan Board of Regents, alleging the elected body routinely violates the state's Open Meetings Act when it meets for "informal" closed-door meetings to discuss issues about the institution.
A Canadian hockey team has dropped its libel lawsuit against The Michigan Daily and its reporter after the paper issued a clarification and took down a story that accused the team of having offered money to a University of Michigan-bound player.
A Canadian hockey club filed suit against the University of Michigan’s student newspaper in an Ontario court Tuesday, following a story that alleged the team offered money to a UM-bound player.
A Michigan circuit court has dismissed former gubernatorial candidate David Kniffen’s libel lawsuit against a University of Michigan student newspaper.
A former Michigan Daily news editor has filed a lawsuit against theUniversity of Michigan's student newspaper, The Michigan Daily, theUniversity of Michigan, and three current and former Michigan Daily editors after being accused of plagiarism.
The University of Michigan earlier this monthdropped a proposed policy that would have limited the distribution ofpublications in many campus buildings.
A proposed policy at the University of Michiganthat would limit the distribution of student publications in many campusbuildings has some students worried the policy will infringe on their freespeech rights.
TheMichigan Supreme Courtruledlast week that a letter pertaining to the construction of a universitypresident’s house can in part remain private.