Sunday, March 25, 2018 - 8:06pm

It’s a situation in which many students have found themselves: The day before an exam or paper is due, and they haven’t started studying. Many students The Daily interviewed said they can often feel hopeless. At the last minute, when there seems to be no other option, these students illegally find and consume Adderall, a stimulant pill that gives them more, take away the need to eat or sleep, and probably costs around $5.

Sunday, March 25, 2018 - 6:56pm
Dr. Sanjay Gupta shares ideas to inspire participants at the Gupta Family Hackathon for Health Communication in the Taubman Science Building Saturday.

Upon first glance one wouldn't expect Michigan medical students to participate in a hackathon, but this past weekend, University of Michigan students and faculty of all fields participated in the Healthcare Communication Hackathon to innovate for improved health communication. The event was hosted by CNN chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta, a U-M alum, and the Gupta family.

Sunday, March 25, 2018 - 6:56pm
Dr. Sanjay Gupta shares ideas to inspire participants at the Gupta Family Hackathon for Health Communication in the Taubman Science Building Saturday.

Upon first glance one wouldn't expect Michigan medical students to participate in a hackathon, but this past weekend, University of Michigan students and faculty of all fields participated in the Healthcare Communication Hackathon to innovate for improved health communication. The event was hosted by CNN chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta, a U-M alum, and the Gupta family.

Sunday, March 25, 2018 - 6:10pm
at Ann Arbor students and residents at the March of our Lives at Ann Arbor Pioneer High School Saturday.

Over 4,000 people flocked to Pioneer High School’s campus Saturday to rally in solidarity with the other national March For Our Lives protests against gun violence. Ann Arbor’s march was one of the hundreds that took place across the country, and one of the 28 Michigan communities that participated.

Sunday, March 25, 2018 - 5:33pm
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About a dozen members of the Black Student Union and the Students of Color of Rackham graduate organization met Sunday at the Michigan League to discuss race and intersectionality during the Donald Trump administration.

Sunday, March 25, 2018 - 3:17pm
Tyree Cowell presents her undergraduate research at the Second Annual Colloquium on Cognitive Science Friday.

The Cognitive Science Community held its second annual Colloquium on Cognitive Science Saturday, featuring speakers, student presentations and a career panel and aimed to bring together University of Michigan students from all over campus interested in the multidisciplinary field of cognitive science. The Cognitive Science Community, which organized the event, is a student organization dedicated to fostering a community interested in the study of the brain.

Thursday, March 22, 2018 - 10:35pm
Members of the Islamophobia Working Group speak during the "Restructuring Academia and Student Life" panel in Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library Thursday.

In November 2016, during the 2016 presidential election campaign, Muslim Americans and the mosques in which they worshipped were victims to dozens of attacks, followed by Islamophobic rhetoric from then-Republican presidential candidates Ben Carson and Donald Trump.

Thursday, March 22, 2018 - 9:54pm
Benjamin McKean, assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at Ohio Sate University, speaks on the topic of Populism, Pluralism, and Ordinary People at Haven Hall Thursday.

Benjamin McKean, assistant professor of political science at The Ohio State University, discussed modern populism and its theorhetical roots in racism and discrimination as part of the Rubin Speaker Series by the University of Michigan Department of Political Science Thursday afternoon. McKean’s lecture drew a crowd of about 15 graduate students and faculty members.

As defined by McKean, populism is an anti-elitism movement that relies on unorthodox methods to connect with the common population instead of catering to typical political orientations.

Thursday, March 22, 2018 - 7:26pm
Kumi Naidoo, the next secretary general of Amnesty International, speaks at Policy Talks at the Ford School of Public Policy Thursday.

Kumi Naidoo, newly-appointed secretary general of Amnesty International, gave a talk at the Ford School of Public Policy Thursday afternoon on economic inequality, climate change and the role the U.S. plays in global justice. Naidoo, a South African human rights activist, will succeed Salil Shetty in August 2018, who has been secretary general since 2010.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - 8:50pm
Reggie the campus corgi resigns from CSG presidential race.

For many students, meeting Reggie the Campus Corgi, also known as Reggie Bee, is the highlight of their day or even their week. So, it comes as no surprise that when a campaign was started on March 16 to elect Reggie Bee for Central Student Government president, students showed their support. Three days after the creation of the Reggie Bee for CSG Facebook page, Reggie accepted the nomination.