University President Mark Schlissel attends a Regents meeting at the Michigan Union on Thursday.

During their final meeting of the academic year, the University of Michigan Board of Regents discussed issues including construction, faculty appointments and the new

Regents Board Member Mark Bernstein attends a University of Michigan Regents meeting at the Michigan Union on Thursday.

The University of Michigan announced a $3 million contribution from Regent Mark Bernstein and his wife Rachel Bendit toward the new building on Central Campus that will house the Trotter Multicultural Center.

The final University of Michigan Board of Regents meeting of winter semester will take place this Thursday in the Michigan Union.

University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel approved seven amendments to the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities Monday aimed at addressing awareness about the statement and transparency related to the amendment process.

Earlier this week, a letter condemning the anti-Islamic chalkings on the Diag and applauding the University’s response to it was sent to University President Mark Schlissel, University Provost Martha Pollack and LSA Dean Andrew Martin.

Munger Graduate Residence Hall began housing graduate students for the first time in the 2015-2016 academic year.

Dr. Greg Merritt, senior associate director of University Housing, was indefinitely suspended from his duties at Munger Graduate Residences about a month ago and the University of Michigan has yet to release an official statement regarding the reason his suspension, despite student outcry.

University President Mark Schlissel speaks with students at the Fireside Chat in the Michigan Union Tuesday.

A new mental health clinic at the University of Michigan may be in the works, University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel told students at a fireside chat on Tuesday.

University of Michigan President Mark Schissel, Director of William Clements Library Kevin Graffagnino, LSA student Christy Finkenstadet, and Chairman of William Clements Library Peter Heydon cut the ribbon to reopen the William Clements Library on Monday

After being closed for more than two years during a $17 million renovation, the William Clements Library officially re-opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony Monday.

Friday, the University of Michigan used Twitter to open up dialogue within the University of Michigan community surrounding sexual misconduct and mental health.

The University of Michigan's 2015 Sustainability Progress Report, released last week, identified several key areas that require improvement for the University to meet its sustainability goals.