Thursday, November 30, 2017 - 10:57pm
Abdullah Hammoud, State Representative in the Michigan House, speaks to the controversy surrounding Richard Spencer speaking on campus in the League Thursday.

During a panel of local elected officials in the weeklong #StopSpencer campaign, officeholders discussed how to combat hate speech and white nationalism without providing a platform for a negative ideology, a conversation that was held as park of a teach-in.

Thursday, November 30, 2017 - 7:22pm
Students put up signs protesting the administration's consideration of a speech by Richard Spencer during a sit-in at LSA Dean Martin's office Thursday.

On Thursday, students across campus participated in a strike as part of the #StopSpencer week of action. The event, hosted in part by Students4Justice — a student organization whose mission is to hold the University of Michigan administration accountable for inequities on campus — consisted of class cancelations, accommodations and a student sit-in.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017 - 6:40pm

Central Student Government and LSA Student Government have tallied the final results for fall elections, respectively appointing candidates to positions as assembly representatives and elected representatives.

The University Elections Commission certified the results of CSG’s fall elections on Nov. 27, naming assembly representatives for eight schools and colleges across campus while Medical student Whit Froehlich was elected to the University of Michigan’s Police Department Oversight Committee.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017 - 1:02am

In the fourth annual Giving BlueDay held Tuesday, the University raised more than $4.4 million from over 8,000 donors, the highest in University history. The funds will go to student organizations, scholarships and programs across campus.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 - 11:20pm
History professor Victor Lieberman presents at the CSG meeting in the Union Tuesday evening.

The Central Student Government meeting Tuesday night revisited the recent passing of #UMDivest and the prospect of white supremacist Richard Spencer speaking on the University of Michigan’s campus.

Post #UMDivest debate

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 - 10:45pm
Assistant History professor Amanda Armstrong presents at the #StopSpencer Teach In in Rackham Tuesday.

On Tuesday evening, a crowd of about 100 students, faculty and community members joined together in the Diag for the #StopSpencer Speak Out with one common message: Richard Spencer is not welcome at the University of Michigan.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 - 10:45pm
Assistant History professor Amanda Armstrong presents at the #StopSpencer Teach In in Rackham Tuesday.

On Tuesday evening, a crowd of about 100 students, faculty and community members joined together in the Diag for the #StopSpencer Speak Out with one common message: Richard Spencer is not welcome at the University of Michigan.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 - 7:03pm
Students gather on the Diag Tuesday evening to protest against the University's consideration of hosting Richard Spencer.

Handmade posters littered the floor of the Lecturers’ Employee Organization office on East Liberty Street while a half-open laptop played music on Monday night.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 - 7:03pm
Students gather on the Diag Tuesday evening to protest against the University's consideration of hosting Richard Spencer.

Handmade posters littered the floor of the Lecturers’ Employee Organization office on East Liberty Street while a half-open laptop played music on Monday night.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 - 4:49pm
LSA senior Samuel McMullen and Ross senior Debbie Cheng share their reasons for becoming more environmentally friendly in Ross Tuesday.

Live Zero Waste is an online platform that provides resources and tools for those interested in living a waste-free lifestyle, started by LSA senior Samuel McMullen and his older sister, University of Michigan alum Lydia McMullen, in 2016. The Live Zero Waste team has recently grown and is now composed of six students who are working to increase the initiative's presence online, on campus and in the greater Ann Arbor community.

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