Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 12:36am
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In the wake of an executive order targeting what President Donald Trump has described as anti-Semitism at colleges across the country, student activist groups on campus are concerned about possible implications for University students and free speech surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - 12:14am
Members of Central Student Government gather for their weekly meeting at the Michigan League Tuesday evening.

The University of Michigan Central Student Government met Tuesday to discuss the University budget, Giving Blueday 2019 and to debate the recall of two members of the Student Organization Funding Committee for misconduct during their membership application process. One member has been removed and the second will be debated next week.

Wednesday, October 30, 2019 - 9:26pm
Students discuss community engagement for the presidential debate next year at the Student Activities Building Wednesday evening.  (Madeline Hinkley/The Michigan D

About 50 people attended the second Central Student Government-hosted town hall to discuss preparations for the upcoming Presidential Debate next fall. The event consisted of student engagement-related activities where students could ask questions and discuss various aspects of preparations, as well as find out how to get involved in the event planning.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019 - 10:35pm
Ann Zalucki, Operations Co-Lead of the 2020 Presidential Debate Initiative discusses facilities and logistics of the debate at The League Tuesday evening.

About 60 people were in attendance for a 2020 Presidential Debate Town Hall hosted by the University of Michigan’s Central Student Government Tuesday evening. After the announcement the University will be hosting a Presidential debate next fall, event organizers gave a presentation and answered student questions regarding campus safety, venues, tickets, campus climate and more. 

Venue and seats

Thursday, October 17, 2019 - 8:19pm
Notre Dame Professor Dianne Pinderhughes speaks to audience about the growing political incorporation of African Americans into electoral politics at the ISR building Thursday afternoon.

The 2019 Hanes Walton Jr. lecture featured Dianne Pinderhughes, political science and Africana studies professor at the University of Notre Dame. About 50 people were in attendance for the event Thursday afternoon.

The lecture is given annually in honor of the late Hanes Walton Jr., former political science professor at the University of Michigan. 

Tuesday, September 3, 2019 - 7:23pm

Approximately 280 faculty parking spaces were converted to patient-only parking near the University of Michigan hospital in mid-August. The changes force many hospital staff members to park in off-site locations or find other methods of transportation.

The parking designation transfer is necessary for an improved patient experience, according to a statement from Beata Mostafavi, Michigan Medicine senior communications representative. 

Wednesday, April 17, 2019 - 6:05pm
LSA seniors Jocelyn Brickman and Melissa Berlin and MCSP Director David Schoem participate in the Reading of the Names Vigil, remembering those killed in the Holocaust, on the Diag Wednesday afternoon.

Members of Students for Holocaust Awareness, Remembrance and Education gathered on the Diag Wednesday for an annual vigil, a 24-hour reading of the names of those who died in the Holocaust.

SHARE president Alexa Porter, Business junior, said the reading of the names builds  understanding of the lasting impact of the Holocaust.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019 - 3:22pm
The Ross School of Business was featured in four categories by QS World University Rankings for MBA programs in a report released Tuesday.

The Ross School of Business is featured on the QS World University Rankings for MBA programs for four of its specialties including marketing, technology, consulting and information management. The rankings were released Tuesday.

The Business School placed eighth on the top 10 lists for marketing and technology, ninth for consulting and 10th for information management. The Business School ranked in the top 10 in these four specializations out of the seven specializations given rankings by the website.

Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 10:13pm
Students perform bachata dance onstage at the Latin@ Culture Show "Young, Latinx and Proud" in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater Thursday evening.

Approximately 150 students, faculty and community members were in attendance for a series of performances in an event titled “Young, Latinx and Proud” hosted by the Latin@ Culture Show and sponsored by Department of American Culture and Latino/a Studies on Thursday night. The event featured several groups that presented dances and songs from different Latinx cultures.

LSA senior Karen Garcia, one of the organizers, said the show takes a lot of careful planning beginning in the fall.

Tuesday, April 9, 2019 - 9:26pm
University President Mark Schlissel answers questions about future emissions reductions and climate solutions from the University community at Rackham Tuesday.

Approximately 150 students, faculty and community members attended a special public session with the President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality Tuesday in Rackham Auditorium. Featuring University President Mark Schlissel as the main speaker, the event was moderated by three commission members: Jonathan Overpeck, dean of the School for Environment and Sustainability; Engineering junior Logan Vear; and Rackham student Austin Glass.