The Ann Arbor Crier was a short lived daily online magazine, founded in 2007 in the style of Slate.com and The Morning News. It features articles on food, politics, sports, economics, alcohol, technology, science, race, and culture. While its articles address general interests, it is especially focused on life at the University of Michigan.

The articles are typically short, ranging from 500 to 1000 words, and written to fit the relatively fast pace of student life.

The site is now offline.

Website: www.criermag.com

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