Campus Life

For University of Michigan students who worked up an appetite from start of the second week of class, Pancheros Mexican Grill on South University Avenue offered some relief Tuesday in the form of $1 burritos between 2 and 4 p.m.

 Peter Kornbluh discussing his book, 'Back Channel to Cuba' at Literati Bookstore on Monday.

Kornbluh’s book explores events during former President Bill Clinton’s administration, the CIA’s attempt to recruit Fidel Castro as an informant and President Barack Obama’s appearance on a Cuban television show.

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On August 4, Nadine Jawad, a Ford junior at the University of Michigan, received a text on the lawn of Magdalen’s campus at the University of Oxford, holding her phone in one hand and playing with a piece of grass in the other.

The University of Michigan Men’s Glee Club is preparing early for the University's bicentennial celebration, launching a contest earlier this month for a lyricist for a new song they plan to perform at the November

The School of Music, Theatre & Dance hosted a noontime carillon recital in remembrance of 9/11 at Burton Memorial Tower on Sunday.

About 25 families and individuals gathered on the University of Michigan’s Ingalls Mall to listen to a 9/11 memorial recital Sunday.

American flags placed by the Young Americans for Freedom mark the 15th anniversary of 9/11 on the Diag on Sunday.

On Sunday, the 15th anniversary of the attacks on Sept. 11, the University of Michigan’s chapter of Young Americans for Freedom organized their annual tribute on the Diag.

Students socialize at the LGBT Queer Welcome Carnival in Regents Plaza on Thursday.

The University of Michigan’s Spectrum Center hosted their second annual LGBT Queer Welcome Carnival Thursday in Regents Plaza, greeting students with free T-shirts, cotton candy, popcorn and carnival games.

LSA Dean Andrew Martin presents initial assumptions and conditions for research regarding the Supreme Court at West Hall on Thursday.

As part of the University of Michigan’s Complex Systems Seminar Series, LSA Dean Andrew Martin spoke Thursday afternoon at West Hall about the “Martin-Quinn” scores, a measurement of the liberal or conservative ideologies of U.S.

Education professor Rob Sellers encourage successful college practices at the SuccessConnects Orientation in the Student Activities Building on Wednesday.

The SuccessConnects program held its orientation for its over 150 student scholars Wednesday in the Student Activites Building.

University of Michigan leaders and city officials teamed up to provide students with off-campus living resources and information during the move-in process this weekend.