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Housing plan calls for new and renovated halls, dining facilities

A comprehensive plan for U-M student housing calls for building the first new residence hall in more than 35 years and extensive renovations to other facilities, including upgrades to dining areas and technology infrastructure and continued progress on installation of life safety systems. More>

President Mary Sue Coleman's
address to the University community

In a speech that touched on a variety of issues facing the University of Michigan, President Mary Sue Coleman expressed her vision for the future of the institution.
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Michigan Television will broadcast a replay of President Coleman's address at 8 p.m. Sept. 27>


'Leaky' marriages
are becoming more common

You've been married before. Your mate hasn't. According to a U-M study, this kind of mixed marriage is becoming more common even though potential partners in the modern mating game continue to gravitate to others with similar marital histories. More>


Units rally to handle freshman influx

Finding places for this fall's freshman class members to live is just one way the campus responded to the record enrollment of about 6,000 new first-year students. In addition to pressure on Housing for living space and meals, the additional students translated into the need for more course sections, academic advising and transportation options, among other services. More>

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