The trend of disintegrating the boundaries constructed around identity is, for me, most openly apparent in books that examine girls crossing the threshold into womanhood, and the causalities that so often occur during that in-between state.
“We saw the film as a depiction of working Detroit. And just the shots of neighborhoods and the skyline were important to get,” Cohn said. “People from out of state say, ‘I didn’t know Detroit looked like that!’”
At an environmental lecture in Palmer Commons Friday, biodynamic beekeeper Gunther Hauk examined the ways in which the honeybee crisis intersects with the modern political and economic realm to a crowd of nearly 70 students, faculty and staff.
At a mandatory screening of the film “HAZE” Tuesday, a pseudo-documentary that explores a negative and violent depiction fraternity and sorority life, more than 120 members of Greek life left after a contentious debate during Q&A with the film’s director, David Burkman.
At least ten members of each fraternity and sorority were required to attend the Office of Greek Life event.
The University of Michigan’s first Detroit Student Service Fusion Workshop began Tuesday and featured lectures, icebreakers and pizza as part of a three-part series to teach students how to interact most efficiently and consciously with the city. The workshops are a pilot program for the University’s Detroit Center.