For the month of November, theSexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center is teaming up with Lyft to provide students $10 off a Lyft ride between midnight and 6 a.m. throughout Ann Arbor. This promotion is part of SAPAC’s new bystander intervention workshops for Lyft drivers on campus.
Center for Yoga instructor Kara Baruzzini sat cross-legged and barefoot in the middle of the stage calling the attendees of Head Talks — part of the University of Michigan’s first ever mental health week — to breathe, an introduction that set the tone for the evening’s event. Students attended this Ted Talk-style panel at the Ross School of Business, aiming to explore a variety of ways in which mindfulness, mental health and positive psychology manifest in the workplace, classroom and everyday life.
The University of Michigan Library's Joseph A. Labadie Collection hosted a panel Thursday night at the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library to honor the late Tom Hayden, a social and political activist of the 1960s, as well as a former Michigan Daily editor-in-chief. The panel consisted of three University affiliates who have all done research on topics relating to Hayden’s anti-war, civil rights and radical intellectual counterculture activism.
The sea of over 950 maize and blue chairs in the Diag and the ticker-tape sign above the Michigan Union’s doors are just two of the seven installations of Stumbling Blocks that will have students walking through history on campus for the next week.
“Hush,” the 10th Annual Spring Monologue Show presented by Yoni Ki Baat was a performance, directed by LSA senior Irene Syriac, aimed to challenge stereotypes and address cultural taboos faced by South Asian women and other women of color held.