The Robert R. Frank Student-Run Free Clinic will host its second annual golf scramble, May 18 at the Oak Ridge Golf Course in New Haven.
For years, Wayne State students have been lacing up their running shoes and putting on their pink athletic gear to support a worthy cause. Some choose mesh shorts, others choose tutus, but all choose to run united, showing just how much WSU cares.
As an idea, it sounds like the most natural thing in the world: people without enough cash to hire a gardener or a computer skills tutor can just trade skills to get what they need. This is especially true in a deprived city like Detroit, where there are plenty of people with a fresh batch of bread or a sack of organic tomatoes on hand who lack the cash to hire a plumber, or a tutor to help them learn a new, useful skill.
On the brink of Congress’ imminent new batch of sequestration cuts that would slash federal research funding to universities throughout the country, the presidents of Michigan’s three major research universities, which are collectively known as the University Research Corridor, decided to publicize their apprehensions about the forthcoming legislation.
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