October 11, 2022
by Martha Lewand

Sam Adler/Daily. Buy this photo.

Indigenous Peoples’ Day Symposium: a philosophical discussion on tribal governance and the Ogemakaan

The University of Michigan chapter of Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) held a symposium in the Union on Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Attendees learned about Anishinaabe tribes, their laws and their recent efforts to make philosophy more accessible to people across a variety of backgrounds.

Vice Provost for Equity and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer Tabbye Chavous presents DEI Climate Survey Results to U-M students, faculty, and staff Thursday morning. Maria Deckmann/Daily. Buy this photo.

University announces results of 2021 DEI survey, plans for DEI 2.0

The University of Michigan released the results of its 2021 survey about the DEI climate on campus as it wraps up its first DEI five-year strategic plan. Representatives from the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are developing DEI 2.0, a new five-year plan focused on taking action to achieve equity and inclusion goals. Explore the survey results, hear different perspectives from the campus community and find out where the University plans to go from here.

Design by Iris Ding. Buy this photo.

‘The Ways of Water’ symposium invites artists, activists spur conversations on water justice and conservation

The University of Michigan Museum of Art and Stamps Gallery showcased exhibits that aim to tackle the past, present and future of environmental justice and access to clean water. Discover the art, the two-day symposium’s mission and what the distinguished speakers had to say about environmental justice.

Design by Leilani Baylis-Washington

Happy Christian Girl Autumn to those who celebrate

Design by Reid Graham. Buy this photo.

Demystifying and reforming Title IX at the University of Michigan

Should a civil suit, a criminal suit or a Title IX complaint be filed after a trauma? Opinion Columnist Reva Lalwani explores the often confusing and inaccessible Title IX process at the University. Learn more about Title IX procedures and what Lalwani thinks could improve the process of reporting sexual assault.

Design by Abby Schreck. Buy this photo.

The fight for water

Quote Card by Opinion.

How we can best optimize our sleep schedules as college students

Enjoyed reading this newsletter? Want even more content from The Daily? Click here to subscribe to our four other newsletters, and be sure to pick up a print copy of The Daily every Wednesday.

As always, if you enjoy getting daily updates, share this link with others to subscribe!

© 2022 The Michigan Daily. All Rights Reserved.