The Michigan Times

Senior Goodbye

Jyothsna Ganesh

April 3, 2017

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One of the first things I did upon receiving my UM-Flint acceptance letter when I was still in India was look up if the University had a student newspaper, and if so, who to contact regarding joining the organization. I knew little...

Anthropology club is revamping, recruiting

Makenzie Schroeder

February 28, 2017

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The anthropology club is currently welcoming students to join this semester. The club has been present on campus for several years, but unfortunately membership has dwindled over time. However, Kaely Tuttle, club president and...

Spend a Week at Harvard Business School

Colin Roedel

February 28, 2017

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Are you a business student who has dreamed of visiting Harvard? The UM-Flint School of Management has partnered with the Harvard School of Business to offer students a one-week stay on campus thanks to the Summer Venture into...

Second Annual Flint Film Festival Seeking Applications

Colin Roedel

February 20, 2017

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Calling all filmmakers! The Flint Youth Film Festival is back for its second year, and is currently accepting film applications. The festival is open to middle, high school, and college students, and community members who are...

#Resist: a political debate with positive intentions, but a negative result

Makenzie Schroeder

February 20, 2017

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On Thursday, Feb. 16, #Resist: a debate about tactics, methods, and means in precarious political times was held in Michigan Room B at 5:30 p.m. The event was presented by UM-Flint’s political science department, Pi Sigma Alpha,...

New acapella group takes on UM-Flint

Colin Roedel

February 14, 2017

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A new acapella group has sung onto the scene. Dubbed “The Octaves,” the student group consists of 15 singers, and is led by club President Majd Abuaita, a first year student studying biology. “I was inspired to join an acapella...

Valentine’s Day on a Budget

Makenzie Schroeder

February 14, 2017

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Have big plans for Valentine’s Day, but a minuscule amount of money in your bank account? So does every other college student on campus. Fancy restaurants and weekend getaways are very appealing, but let’s face it, the new...

Giving Blueday Will Start off the Season of Giving

Makenzie Schroeder

November 27, 2016

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Giving Blueday will be hosted on Tuesday, Nov. 29, lasting all day on the date commonly known as giving Tuesday. From the start of the day until the end of the day, everyone is encouraged to make donations to the University, which...

Important Upcoming Dates

Colin Roedel

November 15, 2016

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As fall semester quickly approaches finals, it is important to start looking ahead to the winter semester. Scheduling officially opens 8:00 am for all the following days. Registration dates is assorted by credit hour. Registration...

Shots fired near campus early Sunday morning, one deceased

Meghan Christian

October 24, 2016

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After 2 a.m. on Oct. 23, police responded to a report of shots being fired in the Downtown Development Authority flat lot on Saginaw Street. The suspect, who fled the area, shot two individuals. One died at the scene and the other...

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