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  • 'Go Blue' response raises $36K to fight cancer

    More than $36,000 has been raised to fight ovarian cancer in a fundraising campaign that started after the words "Go Blue" were written across the sky above Michigan State University.


  • A congregation of 4,000 fill the main church as Archbishop of Washington Cardinal Donald Wuerl leads the Solemn Mass of Christmas Day at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, D.C., Tuesday, December 25, 2012. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

    Christian club booted off Michigan campus for discrimination


  • U. Mich. rediscovers rare Chinese art collection

    Propaganda pieces produced in China four decades ago during the Cultural Revolution have been unearthed in a storage room at the University of Michigan _ a rare find in either the U.S. or its country of origin, experts said.


  • Virginia Tech senior and resident adviser David Dorsett (left) visits with fellow student Matt Londrey. Virginia Tech, among many other public colleges and universities, is raising tuition rates this fall. (Associated Press)

    Colleges raise tuition as much as 22 percent

    Parents and students are bracing for a new round of sticker shock this fall as public colleges and universities are hiking prices again, this time to make up for massive cuts in state budgets.


  • Customer satisfaction with AT&T, T-Mobile drops

    Sprint Nextel Corp., once dead last in customer satisfaction among the Big 4 national wireless carriers, now has the happiest subscribers, along with long-time leader Verizon Wireless, according to a survey released Tuesday.


  • ASSOCIATED PRESS
Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, a 2012 Republican presidential candidate, will deliver a major speech Thursday at the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center. The center is part of UM's medical school, where researchers are "vigorously" pursuing stem cell research.

    Romney speech venue raises pro-life doubts

    Mitt Romney will deliver a major speech Thursday to try to silence conservative critics of the health care plan he signed as Massachusetts governor, but the choice of venue - the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center - could open up a new line of attack on the potential presidential candidate.


  • Surgeon resigns leadership post over editorial

    The world's largest organization of surgeons has accepted the resignation of its president-elect after he wrote a Valentine's Day column for the group's newspaper that some members found demeaning to women.


  • Shirvell

    Michigan lawman defends his anti-gay blog as free speech

    An assistant attorney general is using his personal blog to target the openly gay leader of the University of Michigan's student assembly, calling him a racist with a "radical homosexual agenda." The lawyer claims that when he's not at work, he has the right to say whatever he wants.


  • In this Sept. 7, 2010, photo, University of Michigan alumnus and assistant attorney general Andrew Shirvell speaks about the University of Michigan's student assembly president Chris Armstrong at a Michigan Student Assembly meeting in Ann Arbor, Mich. (AP Photo/The Michigan Daily, Marissa McClain)

    Mich. assistant AG's anti-gay blog free speech?

    An assistant attorney general is using his personal blog to target the openly gay leader of the University of Michigan's student assembly, calling him a racist with a "radical homosexual agenda." The lawyer claims that when he's not at work, he has the right to say whatever he wants.


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