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  • Today, why the University of Michigan settled civil rights complaints with the Department of Education, and what this means for campus protests. Then, a discussion with a Michigan author about his new horror novella set up north. Also, sumo wrestling gaining interest in Grand Rapids. And we sit down with the producers and star of a Michigan-made film charting cultural ties between the Mitten and Ukraine.
  • Today, the personal stories of the Michigan Central Station. Also, a conversation with the Michigan Chef taking home a James Beard award for Best Chef in our region this year. Plus, two Jewish professors in Ann Arbor reflect on the climate of protest at the University of Michigan this year.
  • Today, the subtle, gradual shifts domestic pressure in Michigan and elsewhere exerts on U.S. policy toward Israel and Gaza. Also, what’s developing in the campaign for a Michigan seat in the U.S. Senate. Plus: building a more pollinator-friendly garden plot. We’ll get some guidance on creating a refuge for bees, butterflies and more.
  • University of Michigan regent and attorney Jordan Acker called the vandalism “antisemitic. "Free Palestine" was spray-painted in black on the building’s walls.
  • What happened on the campus of Wayne State University, where protesters calling for divestment from Israel were arrested and removed. Also, the human history of Michigan Central, a glorious welcoming spot for many first arrivals to Detroit in the 20th century.Plus, how Michigan overhauled its system for accused citizens who can’t afford their own lawyers.
  • Details on police breaking up the encampment at University of Michigan, a love connection via Lake Michigan, and a Michigan author's latest murder mystery.
  • More details on protests happening at the homes of University of Michigan regents. Then, rehabbing a folk art treasure, it’s a visit to Hamtramck Disneyland. And a check-in with the little girl who would not let the world look away from Flint during the water crisis.
  • An update on the cyber attack on the Ascension health system, greeting arrivals at Metro Airport easier, a Michigan director's new horror film, and analyzing how the media reports on anti-war protests on campuses.
  • More than 100 students protested during the University of Michigan commencement held at Michigan Stadium on Saturday, demanding the University fully disclose, and divest, from any company that aids Israel in its war against Hamas.
  • Learning the history of divestment and protests at the University of Michigan, and the mix of reactions from Jewish students to current on-campus protests.