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Ask cohabiting men and women, and you get very different views about what their relationship means and where it's going.
So says a U-M study that looks at whether it's best to start regular screening at 40 or 50.
Tracking down rarities like 'pheal,' 'mondegreen' and 'dord' has never been easier. You can even find their definitions here.
A case study in film craft: how Colin Firth's great performance was influenced by the style and technique of director Tom Hooper.
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U-M Regents approve new HD video boards for Stadium, Crisler and Yost
February 9, 2011
The University of Michigan Board of Regents voted Jan. 20 to install new high definition (HD) video scoreboards at Michigan Stadium, Crisler Arena and Yost Ice Arena. The boards will be installed at each venue prior to the 2011-12 season.
"We are excited about the conversion to HD and the installation of LED boards at our three biggest venues," said Dave Brandon, athletic director. "These new boards will provide our fans with the opportunity for enhanced and crystal-clear viewing of not only the event, but of replays, announcements and other fun ways to create game day excitement."
Due to the construction at Crisler Arena, the Michigan Sports Television Production Studio, which manages and controls the video boards, will be relocated to Michigan Stadium until the arena is completed in 2012-13. The athletic department will convert to high-definition equipment with the installation of the new video boards.
The estimated cost of the project is $20 million. The athletic department will be funding the project through internal resources.
is director of media relations for U-M football.