The Wolverines took their second loss of the season in convincing fashion, and it leaves us with questions about whether or not Michigan's depth could prohibit it from reaching its season goals. Also, Max turned 21.
With the Oscars right around the corner, Sammy talks with our producers Olive Scott and Livi McKenzie about the awards season. Then, Sammy talks with film writer, Madeleine Gaudin, and the director of the Umich screenwriting program, Jim Burnstein.
Michigan basketball rolls along after a slight hitch in the giddy-up, and hockey probably needed more than its split against Penn State to feel good about their postseason hopes. All that and an update on Rutgers BACKsketball.
This week, The Daily Weekly team went to a protest in support of the Green New Deal, talked to Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., and EMU student, Hudson Villenueve, who's starting a Sunrise Movement chapter in Ann Arbor. This episode also recaps weekly news from The Daily a
The Daily recaps the weekend that was in Michigan sports, including a chat with Anna Marcus, the Daily writer who broke the Ronda Faehn hiring, and Laney Byler. Then, Theo Mackie and Jacob Shames join to talk about Jon Teske maybe being a monstar.