Students within the Native community said in interviews that issues of representation extend past the number of Native students on campus to visibility on the campus landscape, an issue they’ve confronted by building communities.
Students clad in finely pressed black suits and professional dresses walked briskly around the Michigan Union at the first day of the Career Center’s annual Fall Career Expo Tuesday.
About 1,600 students, wearing their most impressive attire, fill nearly every room of the Union. Walking through the lobby, groups can be heard chatting about their previous internship experience and their job goals for next summer.
Among them, Business junior Kristin Green sat on a bench outside the reading room.