Community Culture

Moore encourages burgeoning writers to do the unthinkable: To be themselves.


SMTD’s closing season performance of “The Little Mermaid” creates a space in which audience members can return to their childhood and the high-sea adventure of love.

We should be aware of the potential ethical dilemmas, but we should not completely write off these works as artless or sellouts.


On Wednesday night, concert goers at Rackham Auditorium will have the chance to witness the fruits of some of these relationships in a joint concert by the contemporary music ensembles A Far Cry and Roomful of Teeth.


What never occurred to me is that there might not be a one day; maybe there’s just days.

At the University, poets have had a far-reaching influence, impacting students, faculty and the community. To showcase these poets and their works, the Department of English Language and Literature will present the symposium “Poets at Michigan, Then and Now.”

This play aims to unite and encourage women, while illuminating important themes in all of our lives.

Further than just the necessity for more gender bent casting in professional theatre is the necessity for more strong, resilient female lead roles.

Jukebox the Ghost has been riding their dream for quite the hot minute, managing to inject the same dynamism into their performances now as they did 10 years ago.


The organization regularly participates in community service initiatives, especially those involving minority students.