Monday, September 11, 2017 - 6:50pm
Kevin Lagrandeur, professor at the New York Institute of Technology and Fellow of the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technology, presents on the history of technological displacement of workers in Weiss Hall Monday.

Imagine a world in which new careers and those that are unheard of today, exist, and those careers that exist today are no longer available. A world where robots have complete control of certain occupations, and where humans have the opportunity to implant knowledge into their brains through the use of technological advancements.

Tuesday, September 5, 2017 - 9:50pm
Kate Stenvig, BAMN College Organizer, proposes a university defense of DACA at the CSG meeting in the Union on Tuesday.

Tuesday evening, Central Student Government hosted their first meeting of the school year under new administration, with LSA senior Anushka Sarkar as president. Despite the brief interruption of a fire alarm in the Michigan Union, the meeting continued, focusing on welcoming members back to campus.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017 - 6:28pm

A team of professors and students from the University of Michigan College of Engineering and the Medical School recently made breakthroughs in a study to create guidelines for urologists to use when deciding whether or not newly-diagnosed prostate cancer patients should be recommended for bone scans and/or computerized tomography scans.

Thursday, April 20, 2017 - 7:26pm
Filmmaker and writer Jean Kilbourne delivers the Town Hall Celebrity Lecture on women in advertising at the Michigan Union on Thursday.

Jean Kilbourne, renowned scholar, author and filmmaker, discussed the objectification of women in advertising — a matter she began exploring in the late 1960s — to a crowd of over 350 Ann Arbor residents on Thursday afternoon.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - 7:25pm
CSG hosts a mental health town hall on January 25, 2017.

After conducting three campus-wide surveys and analyzing the results, the Central Student Government Mental Health Taskforce released its 2017 official report and comprehensive summary of its findings.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 - 7:00pm
Brian Leigh Dunnigan, Curator of Maps at William L. Clements Library, uses images of original maps to describe the University of Michigan in the 1800's in Hatcher on Tuesday.

The University of Michigan, though established in Ann Arbor in 1837, opened its first building in Detroit in 1817. Before this, the Michigan Territory had no organized schools, and very few students were prepared to attend a university.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 - 5:22pm

This year’s Central Student Government elections saw significantly lower numbers of voter participation in comparison to recent years. According to an email interview from Public Policy senior Jacob Pearlman, the CSG election director, a total of 7,989 students, or 17.9 percent of the student body, voted in this year's presidential and vice-presidential election. In 2016, voter turnout came in at 19.1 percent of the student body, while in 2015, 20.1 percent of students voted.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 - 10:51pm
Dr. Rob Sellers, U-M Vice Provost for Equity & Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer, speaks at the CSG meeting in the CSG chambers on Tuesday night.

Tuesday evening, Central Student Government held its last meeting for the 2016-17 school year.

Monday, March 20, 2017 - 5:05pm

A recent press release from the University of Michigan’s Central Student Government introduced the Student Fee Advisory Committee, which was originally announced on March 8 and is co-chaired by the presidents of CSG and Rackham Student Government. In coordination with E. Royster Harper, the University's vice president for student life, this committee of nine students will meet twice during both the fall and winter terms next year.

Thursday, March 16, 2017 - 10:23pm
Candidates running for Central Student Government present their positions on various campus issues at a debate in Hutchins Hall on Thursday.

Thursday evening, the Defend Affirmative Action Party, eMerge and Movement, three of the four parties running for Central Student Government office, gathered in Hutchins Hall for the first presidential and vice presidential debate of the season.

Moderator Aaron Kall, the University of Michigan's director of debate, asked candidates questions chosen from nearly 100 potential questions sent in online by University students. Presidential candidates were the first to take the floor.