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University makes its case before the Supreme Court

The University argued in support of its admissions policies April 1 before a packed Supreme Court of the United States. Outside the court, several thousand supporters—many of them students who had traveled by busload from across the country—rallied in favor of affirmative action. More>

U-M cancels or postpones international programs in areas of SARS risk

The University is canceling or postponing selected overseas educational programs until at least June 1 in countries at high risk for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and is urging faculty, students and staff to leave the affected countries. The message was issued to the campus April 4 by Paul N. Courant, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, and Lazar Greenfield, interim executive vice president for medical affairs at the U-M Health System (UMHS). More>

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