Campus Life

Dannan Hogde, a research assistant at the Center for Sustainable Systems,  speaks at a CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap screening, organized by Women Who Launch at Palmer Commons on Tuesday.

Women Who Launch, a student-run entrepreneurial organization, sponsored the screening. Founded in the spring of 2014 by three Ross School of Business MBA students, the group encourages female entrepreneurship through workshops, speakers and networking opportunities.

LSA junior Rachael Ankley  discusses how the community can help raise awareness of eating disorders and increase body positivity at Riots not Diets hosted by The University of Michigan Body Peace Corps at the Michigan Union on Thursday.

The Body Peace Corps held a group presentation and discussion in the Michigan Union Thursday evening to discuss the positives and negatives of body image associated with eating disorders.

Kate Fawcett, Licensed Clinical Social Worker at the Comprehensive Eating Disorders Program at Mott Children's Hospital, speaks at Let's Talk about Eating Disorders Panel in the Michigan Union on Wednesday.

About 20 people gathered in the Michigan Union Wednesday evening to participate in a dialogue on eating disorders, hosted by campus mental health organization Active Mind.

Susan Stryker, director of the Institute for LGBT Studies at the University of Arizona, delivers the 2016 Jean Yokes Woodhead Lecture on gay liberation, the women's movement, and transgender activism at Rackham on Tuesday.

Stryker’s address focused on how the trans community is in a similar oppositional position currently, and examined transgender history in an attempt to better understand the community today.

Lawrence Ross, author of "Blackballed: The Black and White Politics of Race on America's Campuses," discusses racial prejudice on college campuses in the Michigan League on Monday.

More than 100 people filled the Michigan League ballroom Monday night to hear author Lawrence C. Ross discuss research highlighted in his latest book “Blackballed: The Black and White Politics of Race on America’s Campuses.” 

Dr. Terri Conley, associate professor of Psychology and Women's Studies, speaks about breaking myths and stigmas about sex at the 8th annual Sexpertise at the Michigan League on Thursday.

Students gathered in the Michigan League for the final three sessions of Sexpertise — a three-day long University Health Service-sponsored conference to engage the community in discussion about sexuality and relationships — on Thursday. Three keynote speakers aimed to address stereotypes, stigmas and myths in relation to sex.

LSA junior Anna Smith and Engineering graduate student James Berry talk about love, relationships and mental health at a workshop for Active Minds in East Hall on Thursday.

The University of Michigan’s chapter of Active Minds hosted a “Love Workshop” Thursday night in preparation for Valentine's Day weekend.

Greek life and mental health dominated the conversation at University President Mark Schlissel’s monthly fireside chat Tuesday.

Marv Fox, personal trainer, basketball coach, and inspirational speaker, discusses the path to achieving personal success at the 2nd Annual William Monroe Trotter Lecture in the Michigan Union on Monday.

Speakers challenged University students and faculty to succeed Monday night during the second annual William Monroe Trotter lecture at the Michigan Union.

A crowd gathered at the Women's Rights Awareness Rally on Saturday on the Diag. The rally was hosted in response to the Return of Kings pro-rape meet ups planned.

Nearly 100 protesters gathered in the Diag Saturday night to attend a rally for women’s rights awareness in response to a proposed meet-up of self-proclaimed men’s rig