The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor has reopened Mosher-Jordan after $65.1 million in renovations. The residence hall has remodeled bedrooms, air-conditioning and wireless Internet access. An attached two-story dining facility was constructed and will serve made-to-order food in a dizzying array of dishes. The co-ed complex had been closed for two years. Its 435 beds will be roughly split between upperclassmen and freshmen. The architect is Goody, Clancy and Associates.