LSA professors Tiya Miles and Martha S. Jones discuss the book Toward an Intellectual History of Black Women at Hatcher Gallery on Wednesday.
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Panelists discuss the erasure of Black women from intellectual history

About 50 professors, students, faculty members and members of the Ann Arbor community gathered Wednesday afternoon in the Hatcher Graduate Library to listen to three University of Michigan faculty members discuss the recent publication of “T

Author Junor Diaz speaks about his writing and activism at Rackham Auditorium on Wednesday.
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Author Junot Díaz examines activism against systemic racism

Author and activist Junot Díaz delivered a speech Wednesday afternoon on white supremacy, racialized immigrants and solidarity to about 300 people in Rackham Auditorium as a part of the University of Michigan’s annual symposium in honor of M

The Engineering Student Government met in the Union on Wednesday.
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Engineering Student Government discusses CSG collaboration and potential new minor

Engineering Student Government started its meeting Wednesday night with community input from David Schafer, president of Central Student Government and an LSA senior, regarding the potential for a more collaborative future between the two re

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Baked Buzzed Bored: ‘The Young Pope’ season premiere

You’re not laughing at this show because it’s bad, you’re laughing because the writers literally wrote a joke.

Sophomore center Hallie Thome will need to replicate her performance against Minnesota if the Wolverines hope to upset Maryland.
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Wolverines to tangle with No. 3 Maryland and Nebraska in weekend road tilts

Michigan will travel to No. 3 Maryland on Thursday before heading to Nebraska on Sunday.