Michigan Stadium hosted a record crowd of 113,411 this weekend at the Michigan-Michigan State “Big Chill” hockey game. The Wolverines crushed the Spartans 5-0.
Winter is finally here!
The New Yorker has a profile of “Shigeru Miyamoto, the man behind Mario.”
The creators of South Park are trying their hands at Broadway musicals.
Wikileaks defenders attacked the wrong site.
The year in fashion.
The most popular Apple apps of the year.
Going to graduate school isn’t necessarily a bad idea, just a complicated one.
The DREAM Act passed the House last week and now moves to the Senate. Michigan students are hoping it passes with few if any changes.
The Obama Administration will continue to push forward the tax-cut compromise President Obama agreed to with Senate Republicans.
The British government’s decision to raise college tuition fees has resulted in widespread violent protests. According to the Guardian, British Prime Minister David Cameron promises that the British government will respond with “the full force of the law.”
Japan is shifting its military focus from Russia to China.
The food truck business may not thrive in Chicago as it did in other cities.
Last week the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation barring moving prisoners from Guantanmo Bay to American soil.
Peter Orszag, formerly President Obama’s White House Budget Director, has joined Citigroup.
Are Blackberries and iPhones changing how we think?
Good luck on finals!
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