The Michigan Times

ERS To Conduct Water Survey, Gather Local Data

Sarah Satkowiak

April 14, 2016

Filed under Campus Life, Uncategorized

The Earth and Resource Science Department is administering a water survey to Flint residents to study the secondary effects of the Flint Water Crisis. Dr. Victoria Morckel, Assistant Professor of Earth and Resource Science...

Check Out This Year’s Maize and Blue Recipients

Sarah Satkowiak

April 14, 2016

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The Maize and Blue Distinguished Scholar Award recipients have been announced for Spring 2016. “For me to win this award, even though I am young, it is one of the greatest achievements of my life,” Holly Kilburn, a senior...

Professor Spotlight: Dr David Duriancik

Jyothsna Ganesh

March 31, 2016

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Dr. David Duriancik started as an assistant professor in the biology department in August 2015. He primarily teaches Mammalian Physiology (Bio432/532) for senior and graduate students. During Fall term, he teaches various lab...

Current SG Administration Running on a Tight Budget

Jyothsna Ganesh

March 31, 2016

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The meeting on March 23 began with a presentation on bystander intervention by representatives from It’s On Us Peer educators. In the President’s report, Eidelsafy said that he will be working with the general education...

Greek Life Hosts Annual Spirit Week to Raise Funds for Local Children

Sarah Satkowiak

March 31, 2016

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Fraternity and Sorority Life presented a spirit filled and super hero themed Greek Week from Monday, March 28 through Friday, April 1. On Monday, Fraternity and Sorority life held a penny drive with all proceeds going to Children’s...

Things to do Around Campus: Week of April 4 to 10

Jyothsna Ganesh

March 31, 2016

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Monday, April 4 Matt Taibbi: Sullenger Dialogues Matt Taibbi is the author of the "New York Times" bestseller,"The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap," in which he touches upon the two dirty sides of our...

New Club Looks to Reinvent Shakespeare on Campus

Don Lierman

March 31, 2016

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If you enjoy the work of Shakespeare and relating it to our contemporary time, then you just may be interested in The Reinventing Shakespeare Club, a new student organization at UM-Flint. “Our goal is to read, analyze and...

UM-Flint Students Read Poetry Under the Stars

Meghan Christian

March 31, 2016

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To provide a relaxed environment for students and community members to enjoy various types of poetry, UM-Flint and Longway Planetarium are presenting Poetry Under the Stars. A partnership between the Department of Foreign Languages...

Ghosts in the Attic

Don Lierman

March 31, 2016

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Ghost hunting is all the rage these days. The paranormal has become popular with all the television shows promising the secret to afterlife. Why does one look for ghosts? The belief in apparitions from another plane dates back...

Flint City Derby Girls are Ready to Roll

Don Lierman

March 31, 2016

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The Flint City Derby Girls, which was originally a club team at UM-Flint, is gearing up for a new season and it's members, many of whom are UM-Flint alumni, are ready to lace up their skates and continue working toward membership...

WEC and SG host Sexual Assault Awareness Weeks

Jyothsna Ganesh

March 31, 2016

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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a campaign that hopes to raise public awareness about sexual assault and rape and educate the student community on how to prevent sexual violence. This year at at UM-Flint, Student Government...

Students React to the Democratic Debate

Sarah Satkowiak

March 31, 2016

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Over Spring Break, UM-Flint transformed portions of campus to accommodate over 500 journalists, candidate officials and CNN for the Democratic Presidential Debate. While the debate took place at The Whiting on Sunday, March...

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