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Staying healthy during the winter semester can be a challenge. There are many things you can do to avoid getting sick, but if you do end up feeling under the weather, there are things you can do to make your life a little easier!
Just because it is winter does not mean that you have to sit inside all day. Take in the beauty of winter while you partake in these fun winter activities!
February is Black History month! Join the University of Michigan community in celebrating the achievements of the African American community.
The Residential College, or RC, offers a unique educational opportunity for students at the University of Michigan. Staff member and RC student, Shelby, discusses the benefits of an RC education.
The 37th Annual Ann Arbor Folk Fest will be taking palce on January 31-Feburary 1. This Ann Arbor tradition is definitely worth checking out!
The Museum of Natural History is located on campus right across from CC Little and is home to many different exhibits. Exhibits range from dinosaurs to geology and even archaelogy!
Kerrytown is a wonderful little gem tucked away behind the hustle and bustle of downtown and campus. Take a few hours and explore this unique part of town!
Looking for something to do on these cold winter days? Many students enjoy the favorite winter pastimes listed in this post!
In this blog post, we feature a student organization, MUSIC Matters. This student org is dedicated to bringing artists to Michigan and helping out the community!
Studying abroad is an experience many college students cherish. There are many different ways to find study abroad programs - learn more finding the right program for you in this post!
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