October 13, 2022
Welcome to the Oct. 13 edition of the Weekly Roundup. We hope you have a relaxing fall break, and are ready for the maize-out this Saturday.
This week, the University of Michigan moved to ban vapes, hundreds in Ann Arbor marched for reproductive rights, a new artist-in-residence brought her work to campus and more.
The University of Michigan announced it will ban all vape devices on campus, effective Nov. 17. Robert Ernst, U-M chief health officer, said vape use contributes to poor mental health, among other health issues. Learn more about the updated policy and its effects.
Hundreds of attendees came to Liberty Plaza on Saturday to show their support for the reproductive rights ballot proposal appearing in this November’s election. Hear what U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich, and other community members had to say about reproductive rights.
Have you seen a mural around campus recently? Chances are it was one of Tatyana Fazlalizadeh’s works from her recently completed residency with the University’s Institute for the Humanities. Learn more about the inspiration behind Fazlalizadeh’s art and its impact on campus.
- It’s great to be a Michigan voter; students’ paths to the polls
- A letter to my future self
- How Bruce Springsteen’s musical legacy can guide Democratic campaign strategy
- Michigan ramps up intensity ahead of Penn State showdown
- Ethnic businesses transformed Ann Arbor strip malls into cultural meccas
- ‘The Amazing Race’ returns for season 34 full of new twists and one U of M alum
- While effective, the University’s Climate Action Plan can go further
- Demystifying and reforming Title IX at the University of Michigan
- Coloring outside the lines
- All-freshman line excited to continue growth
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