Campus Life

Students perform Dabke, a traditional Arabic dance, at Arab Xpressions 2016, an event which celebrates Arabic culture that is hosted by the Arab Student Association in the Michigan Union Ballroom Friday.

Student performances included traditional dances such as an all-male performance of Dahke, a style of dance and music that involves foot-stomping and sticks originating in countries like Palestine.

University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel and Central Student Government President Cooper Charlton responded to recent anti-Islam chalkings on the Diag in an e-mail t

MUSIC Matters’ SpringFest headliner Migos is no stranger to the spotlight — both from public acclaim and criminal acts. The last time the group performed on a college campus, police officers had to cut the show short.

LSA senior, Katrina Strauss marches with protesters to call for better sexual assault prevention on East Liberty street on Wednesday.

Students, faculty and community members marched downtown Wednesday to raise awareness about and stand up to sexual violence.

Lihn Nguyen, First Generation Symposium Group Facilitator  and Antwaun Stanley, Staff Mentor for the Office of New Student Programs at the Resource Fair and Networking Reception speak following the Symposium at the Alumni center on Wednesday.

Wednesday in the Michigan League, the Office of the Vice Provost of Equity, Inclusion and Academic Affairs, along with a variety of other groups, hosted a symposium on First-generation college students.

LSA freshman William Presley answers questions on the strengths and weaknesses of current presidential campaign slogans at the Michigan Political Union meeting at the Michigan Union on Tuesday.

Members discussed a wide array of topics, including issues of free speech, student diversity and bipartisanship, as well as responded to questions from attendees.

Matisyahu performs at Hill Auditorium on Monday.

Following the event, many students said they were impressed by both Azzam and Matisyahu’s presence and musicality. However, several also noted a lack of content explicitly engaging with the theme of unity.


Speeches largely centered around the beneficial attributes of marijuana, its long lasting effects on quality of life and the upcoming presidential election.

Syrian attorney Khawla Wakkaf shares her desire to alleviate suffering in her community at the 7th Annual TEDxUofM Conference at the Power Center on Friday.

TEDxUofM’s annual TED-style conference, held on Friday in the Power Center, focused on change — both creating it and responding to it.

An Ann Arbor resident dresses in a Left Shark costume for the Festifool celebration on Main St. Sunday.

This weekend WonderFool Productions partnered with local businesses and schools, the University of Michigan and the city of Ann Arbor to celebrate the 10th FestiFools.