Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - 10:55pm
Imam Omar Suleiman, a Muslim activist and professor of Islamic Studies at Southern Methodist University, speaks at the Muslim Students' Association's lecture "Malcolm & Martin: Intersecting Visions of Justice" at Rackham auditorium Tuesday evening.

Imam Omar Suleiman, a Muslim activist and adjunct professor of Islamic Studies at Southern Methodist University, spoke to a crowded Rackham Auditorium Tuesday evening in a talk entitled “Malcolm & Martin: Intersecting Visions of Justice.” His lecture touched on the challenging legacies of the two Civil Rights Movement’s leaders and the ways in which their histories are sometimes distorted to fit a common narrative. 

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - 7:14pm

About 50,000 General Motors workers went on strike Sunday evening in protest against GM’s failure to produce a new four-year contract with the United Auto Workers union. The workers, who are currently on the second day of their strike, demand higher wages and more permanent employment, among other issues. 

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 - 1:09pm
Joe's Pizza hosted a soft opening of it's first location outside of New York Monday evening on South University Avenue.

Joe’s Pizza, a historic New York City pizza establishment with storefronts across Manhattan and Brooklyn, hosted an unofficial opening of its first location outside of NYC Monday evening on South University Avenue. The newest location is situated under the new apartment complex Vic Village, between East University Avenue and Church Street. The restaurant offered free pizza to students who attended the soft opening.

Thursday, January 17, 2019 - 3:21pm
Rebecca Veidlinger, Law School lecturer and current Title IX investigator, has begun teaching a course focused on Title IX and its role in institutions of higher education.

Rebecca Veidlinger, Law School lecturer and current Title IX investigator, has begun teaching a course focused on Title IX and its role in institutions of higher education. The course centers upon policy issues relating to the investigation of sexual misconduct and the importance of other federal laws in response to these allegations. Veidlinger, who investigates allegations of gender-based discrimination and sexual violence as an attorney in private practice, structured the class as a 16-person seminar in order to facilitate open discussion and debate.