Updated 11:00 AM January 10, 2005
Police Beat is updated on the third Monday of each month. The next update will be January 17.
Campus call to help our own affected by the tsunami
A King for many days: Symposium is U-M's 18th
DJ takes a new spin on old film with 'Rebirth of a Nation'
MLK Events Calendar
Coleman reaches out to prospective underrepresented minority students
Student uses computer models to help Smithsonian preserve art
Three receive honor from provost
Google/U-M project opens door to universal information access
Regents approve Thayer Building; new home for language and literature programs
Three University alumni sworn in to Congress
Commission: Education key to Michigan's economic success
Challenge to America: Innovate or fall behind
Cigarette smoking among American teens continues 8-year decline
Teen drug use continues decline; use of inhalants rises
OVPR leadership search underway
Navigating the e-world: Information access and preservation in the digital age
Med School shares $13.4M cancer grant
Theme semester will spotlight 'Cultural Treasures of the Middle East'
U-M continues modest salary program for 2004-05
Tedesco to resume faculty role; accepts visiting position at Columbia
U-M leaders remind campus about severe weather procedures
U-M-Dearborn and Michigan Television host Jan. 16 screening
Winds of change at Dana Building
Spotlight: Peering into the past to see the future
'Graveyard' class leads student to start preservation group
Robot walks, balances like a human
U-M launches $1.5M informed consent project
More precise radiation therapy lets prostate cancer patients avoid erectile dysfunction
Are those who fail to learn from flu history doomed to repeat it?
Exhibit just etching to open Jan. 10
Photo: 'Kans for Kids'
Photo: 'Upside Down' for MLK
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