Social work student Lawrielle West leads protestors in a Black Lives Matter march from the Diag to the Michigan League, where a debate was being held Tuesday.
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Hundreds of students protest planned debate over merits of Black Lives Matter movement

Hundreds of University of Michigan students and community members gathered outside the Michigan League Tuesday night to protest a debate organized by the Michigan Political Union.

Social Work student Miranda Kharsa finishes the outline of the 's' in "Black Lives Matter" that was written on the Diag using the University of Michigan block M during the night on Tuesday.
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Students chalk Diag in support of Black Lives Matter

Students chalked the Diag early Wednesday morning with messages in solidarity with black students on campus including phrases like “Black Lives Matter” and “white silence is a violence.” The students also posted fliers in Mason and Angell Ha

Eric Fretz sits for a portrait outside of East Hall.
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From military time to Michigan time: how student veterans adapt to campus life

These students and faculty have had a variety of unique experiences during their time in the military.

Senior cornerback Jourdan Lewis is back in the starting lineup after missing the first three games with injuries, but he’s still working to regain his rhythm.
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Lewis battling through rust ahead of Wolverines' top-10 showdown

Lewis made his return to the Wolverines’ lineup Saturday against Penn State after missing the season’s first three games with nagging injuries that trace back to his core.

Students, professors, and advisers discuss racism in the atrium of Angell Hall on Tuesday.
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Community gathering aims to provide students space to speak openly about race

The University of Michigan’s College of Literature, Science and the Arts hosted a gathering of more than 100 students, professors and advisers promoting solidarity against racism Tuesday night in response to 

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