Campus Life

Students4Justice hold a sit-in in the Michigan Union on Thursday.

Students4Justice held a sit-in at the Michigan Union as a response to the emails sent to University of Michiga

Participants in the vigil for victims of Sandy Hook prepare to leave First United Methodist Church on Wednesday.

Around 50 people marched down State and Liberty St.

Justice Richard Bernstein, the first blind justice to ever serve on the Michigan Supreme Court, presents on the value of inclusion at the Michigan Hillel on Sunday.

Richard Bernstein, Michigan Supreme Court justice, spoke on the importance of inclusion Sunday at the University of Michigan Hillel as part of the University’s

Ashley Blake, Community and Engagement Lead at Avalon House speaks about  addressing chronic homelessness at the School of Social Work on Thursday.

The University of Michigan’s School of Social Work hosted a talk on the current state of homelessness in Washtenaw County and the efforts social workers and organizations undertake to combat it Thursday evening.

Law School student Shannon Niznik discusses LGBTQ rights at the Union on Monday.

The University of Michigan hosted an information session Monday to spread awareness about what the recent presidential election means for the transgender community as one of the first events of Transgender Awareness Week.

Judge Anna Blackburne-Rigsby of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals addressed more than 60 University of Michigan Law School students about the need for diversity in the judicial system Friday afternoon in an inaugural lecture and award on the topic.

Jack Harbaugh, father of Michigan Football Coach Jim Harbaugh, speaks at the Michigan Homecoming Pep Rally on the Diag Friday.

The captains of the Michigan football team and women’s basketball team, as well as former men’s basketball Fab Five member Jimmy King, were among those present at the first-ever Maizefest Homecoming Pep Rally Friday evening on the Diag.

Marwan Kraidy spoke about his new book, “The Naked Blogger of Cairo,” in a North Quad lecture hall Thursday afternoon, focusing on creative insurgency in the Arab world since the Arab Spring in 2010.

Author Malcolm Gladwell discusses innovation as part of the Ross School of Business' Joseph and Sally Handleman Lecture Series at Hill Auditorium on Tuesday.

Author Malcolm Gladwell's visit to the University of Michigan Tuesday drew an audience large enough to fill Hill Auditorium for a lecture on the risks and realities of entrepreneurship.

An inflatable bounce house resembling the White House was set up by the organization ONE on North University Avenue in front of Rackham on Tuesday.

The inflatable was part of a station set up by the nonpartisan organization ONE to educate voters about extreme poverty across the country as part of its ONE Vote initiative.