Sunday, March 11, 2018 - 6:21pm
The Lecturers’ Employee Organization has been engaged in negotiations with the University of Michigan recently in attempt to secure higher wages, job security and more visibility on campus.

The Institute for the Humanities announced Thursday a new Summer Fellowship program for tenured/tenure-track faculty and lecturers II/III/IV. The program is eight weeks long with residence in the institute, and it will accept eight fellows this summer — four tenured/tenure-track faculty and four lecturers. 

Tuesday, March 6, 2018 - 9:57pm
Isaiah Land, president of the NAACP's University of Michigan chapter, discusses the historical roots of the NAACP in the Afro-American Lounge of South Quad Tuesday.

As part of The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Week, the University of Michigan chapter of NAACP hosted an event on Tuesday evening discussing the historical roots of the movement and how it applies to campus today. Student members of the NAACP on campus met in the Afro-American Lounge of South Quad for this event. NAACP week began Monday night with a discussion event held in conjuction with the Ann Arbor Police Department. 

Thursday, February 22, 2018 - 7:29pm

When she was younger, LSA junior Felicity Harfield always took longer than her classmates to read and complete assignments in school. As a result, she was separated from the rest of the students in her high school and placed in the special needs department. Hartfield’s high school special education teacher told her she was crazy for applying to the University of Michigan since she has dyslexia. Harfield is now a member of the Services for Students with Disabilities Advisory Board.

Sunday, February 4, 2018 - 3:56pm
As of January 2018, students minoring in Community Action and Social Change through the School of Social Work are now eligible for a Poverty Solutions, Action & Engagement certificate.

As of January 2018, students minoring in Community Action and Social Change through the School of Social Work are now eligible for a Poverty Solutions, Action & Engagement certificate. The certificate is sponsored by Poverty Solutions — an initiative that seeks to develop new strategies to fight poverty — and would allow for a more focused study within the CASC minor with additional resources from Poverty Solutions.