Monday, April 23, 2018 - 11:40am
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As exams come to an end and a majority of students begin moving off campus for the summer, the Michigan Daily spoke with University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel on Monday morning to hear his opinion on large issues he’s encountered over the past semester, such as the University’s previous negotiations with white supremacist Richard Spencer, the current status of the Lecturers’ Employee Organization's bargaining efforts and the University’s lobbying strategy for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival students and more.

Sunday, April 15, 2018 - 5:38pm
Vice President for Student Life E. Royster Harper speaks with The Michigan Daily for the final interview of the semester Friday afternoon.

On Friday afternoon, The Michigan Daily sat down with Vice President for Student Life E. Royster Harper for the final interview of the term. The conversation included discussions on recent administrative approval to change the names of C.C. Little Science Building and Winchell House, Greek life winter recruitment, and the recent CSG elections.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 - 10:05pm
Emily Lawsin, Lecturer in American Culture (A/PIA Studies Program) and Women’s studies, speaks to concerns surrounding A/PIA Studies at the University during a panel highlighting the program Wednesday evening.

On Wednesday evening, the United Asian American Organizations at the University of Michigan hosted a panel to promote the Asian, Pacific Islander American studies program on campus and call attention to a 2017 lawsuit citing discrimination against program faculty.

Panelists included graduate and undergraduate students, as well as Emily Lawsin, a lecturer in American culture and women’s studies, and Scott Kurashige, a former professor in history and American culture.

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 - 9:15pm

For LSA senior Madeleine Conrad, an out-of-state student from California, the differences in enrollment numbers between in-state and out-of-state students at the University of Michigan reflect the diverse perspectives brought by out-of-state students. Yet Conrad feels conflicted when she considers the role she feels the University should play in supporting in-state students.

Sunday, April 8, 2018 - 3:27pm
Participants in Ann Arbor’s 47th annual Hash Bash found themselves under the influence of more than just cannabis Saturday afternoon.

Participants in Ann Arbor’s 47th annual Hash Bash found themselves under the influence of more than just cannabis Saturday afternoon, as thousands gathered at the University of Michigan’s Diag: several politicians also found their way to the city’s popular weed festival, all hoping to convince voters they were biggest supporters of legalizing it.

Thursday, March 29, 2018 - 6:21pm
The University of Michigan Board of Regents voted to remove the name of the C.C. Little Science Building Thursday afternoon.

The  Lecturers’ Employee Organization filled the room of The University of Michigan Board of Regents March meeting,  as the board voted to remove the names of the C.C. Little Science Building and West Quad Residence Hall’s Winchell House on Thursday afternoon. Before the meeting, LEO hosted a grade-in with around 75 lecturers packing the lobby of the Michigan Union and their assembly did not go unnoticed, with several regents responding to their calls for higher wages and greater benefits during the meeting.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 10:07pm
Arabesque dance team TeamLoyal performs dabkeh at Redefine's cross-cultural event Link in the Union Ballroom Tuesday.

Aiming to highlight marginalized students on campus and promote social acceptance, LINK: Connecting Cross-Cultural Gaps Through a Common Language, a talent showcase hosted by student organizations Redefine, the Vietnamese Student Association and Zeta Omega Eta at the University of Michigan, was held Tuesday evening. 

Thursday, March 15, 2018 - 6:19pm

When LSA freshman Shelby Alston received a full scholarship to the University of Michigan, she began to consider how she might factor housing into her life at the University. Hailing from Royal Oak and Alston was working a job in Auburn Hills, she didn’t want to sacrifice her job to come to Ann Arbor. Alston decided commuting from home would be the best way to ensure she would be able to keep doing the work she loves.

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 7:56pm
The Michigan State Senate approved bipartisan legislation to provide more resources and support to survivors of sexual assault and harassment with a vote of 28-7.

Wednesday evening, the Michigan State Senate approved bipartisan legislation to provide more resources and support to survivors of sexual assault and harassment with a vote of 28-7. The bills will now go to the Michigan House of Representatives.

Thursday, February 15, 2018 - 8:09pm
President Mark Schissel and the University of Michigan Regents discuss issues, including sexual misconduct policies and procedures to respond and prevent such happenings within the university community at the Michigan Union Thursday.

On Thursday afternoon, the University of Michigan Board of Regents met for the first meeting of the semester, with many representatives of the Lecturers’ Employee Organization and Stop Spencer voicing their concerns during public comments.