On the Daily

On the Daily
Art & Design students put the final touches on their geodesic dome –constructed out of issues of The Michigan Daily – in the Slusser gallery  at the Arts & Architecture Building on Monday.

Monday morning in the courtyard of the Art and Architecture Building, Art & Design Prof.

This week, most students have been focusing their energy on adjusting to the first week of classes — but for Engineering sophomore Zachary Burns, that was not quite the case.

As students returned for their first day of classes, The Michigan Daily stopped by the Diag to gather some of their thoughts on what they’re excited for in the new school year.


Sunday night on the Diag, about 100 students gathered around the ‘M’ to honor the late 17-year old western lowland gorilla Harambe, who was shot at a zoo on May 28.


Unlike the vision laid out by the GOP nominee, this party will only be sealed off by tarps, not a “big, beautiful wall,” as Trump says.

The Michigan football team accepted a new challenge– known as the Running Man Challenge– after the football team posted a video on various social media accounts last Friday featuring several players doing the Running Man dance.

Friday, fraternity Sigma Chi and sorority Pi Beta Phi hosted their fourth annual “Puppies on the Porch” event, bringing dogs from the Lenawee Humane Society to the fraternity house front yard and porch to raise money for charity.

Engineering junior Rachel Wallace volunteers at Spring Fest on Wednesday.

Greek life philanthropy efforts were included as a part of MUSIC Matters’ SpringFest on Wednesday for the first time in the five-year history of the event.

The national event began in 1996 to bring awareness to the unequal pay women receive throughout the country.

Phi Delta Epsilon and EkoAmazon fundraised near the posting wall in Mason Hall yesterday for seperate nonprofits.