Safer play: How 90,000 Michigan soccer players went back to playing the sport they love

Girls in masks prepare to play soccer

When soccer teams across Michigan meet over the next few weeks for traditional tournaments and championships, the COVID-19 mask mandates and event attendance restrictions will start feeling like a thing of the past.

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    The fate of the delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympic Game seems more uncertain than ever due to the pandemic. Detroit has long sought to host the games. Will it ever happen?

  2. University sourcing electricity from new wind parks

    Approximately half of the purchased electricity for U-M’s Ann Arbor campus will soon come from Michigan-sourced renewable resources.

  3. People gave up on flu pandemic measures a century ago – and paid a price

    The deadly third wave of the 1918 flu shows what can happen when society prematurely returns to pre-pandemic life, a medical historian cautions.

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    A young patient’s reaction to a commercial featuring gold medalist and double amputee Jessica Long goes viral, leads to a Zoom introduction.

  5. COVID-19 vaccine to be required for students who live on campus

    The new requirement provides for exemptions and applies only to students who will live in residence halls and other University housing.

  6. Who has a right to ask if you’re vaccinated?

    Why a false controversy about vaccine privacy and “passports” threatens to prolong the pandemic.