While various praises and concerns were voiced by faculty at the fourth and final LSA Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion plan’s feedback forum last Friday evening, most of the night’s attention was on the lack of faculty in attendance.

DEIC Officer Latisha Cunningham speaks at the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion forum for staff members at Lorch Hall on Friday.
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Two weeks before University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel is slated to unveil his University-wide strategic plan for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, LSA staff members — a group that inc

Jerry Greenfield, Co-Founder of Ben & Jerry’s, speaks at Entrepalooza 2016 in the Michigan League Ballroom on Friday.
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Entrepalooza served up a sweet treat to aspiring entrepreneurs Friday night in the Michigan League.

Chelsea Clinton, with Congressman Dan Kildee and Flint Mayor Karen Weaver, speaks with press about the Clinton family's support of Flint during the water crisis at Greater Holy Temple Church in Flint, Michigan on Friday.
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FLINT — Chelsea Clinton made a campaign stop in Flint Friday morning for her mother, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, at Greater Holy Temple Church in Flint.

Rackham student Elena Simpkins discusses enrollment issues related to diversity and inclusion at Angell Hall Thursday.
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At the second feedback forum for LSA’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion plan Thursday night, which focused on how the plan relates to graduate students, some audience m

While many students embrace an old-fashioned ambiance in their off-campus homes, these homes often have potential for fire hazards due to risk factors associated with living in the college environment and older infrastructure.

Medical student Mayra Gómez, a member of the LatinX Heritage Month committee, speaks at the LatinX kickoff event in the Alumni Center Thursday.
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At the University of Michigan Alumni Center Thursday evening, about 80 students, alumni and members of the Ann Arbor community attended the first event of this year’s LatinX Heritage Month celebrations.

Nursing School senior Shihan Huang speaks with other students at the Intercultural Communication cultural awareness and academic enrichment workshop in the Student Activities BuildingThursday.
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The Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives’ Intercultural Communication Program Suite kicked off the year Thursday night with its first event in a series of cultural awareness and academic enrichment workshops.

Students listen to speakers at the CSG meeting in the Michigan Union on Tuesday.
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Faced with a changing city landscape and student anxiety about high off-campus housing costs, Central Student Government has begun exploring options for cooperation with city government to address the issue.

The University of Michigan’s Central Student Government released a statement on its Facebook page Friday in solidarity with Eastern Michigan University and several cities where allegations of racially charged police brutality have been raised, most

Many students at the University of Michigan are familiar with Relationship Remix, a first-year residential workshop that explores relationships, sex and consent. Now, two University researchers are working to bring something similar to the University of Cape Coast in Ghana.

This November, University of Michigan students will head out to Detroit for the day to take part in the annual Detroit Gallery Crawl. The program, called Art Outta Town, aims to provide an opportunity for students to get out of Ann Arbor and gain some exposure to the Detroit art scene.

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Chelsea Clinton, daughter of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, speaks at the MSU Union in East Lansing on Thursday.
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Chelsea Clinton, daughter of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, visited East Lansing Thursday night to advocate for her mother’s campaign.

Dr. Denis Mukwege, a world-renowned gynecologist and three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, spoke Thursday at the School of Nursing about his work helping women recover from violent forms of rape in his war-torn home country.

Joel Maier, Mott-certified child life specialist and Rev. Lindsay Bona, manager of the UMHS Spiritual Care Department with therapy dogs Denver and Anna speak with a reporter at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital on Thursday.
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When you walk through some University of Michigan Health system facilities, you might meet Anna and Denver, who arrived at UMHS this July. They work full days and make rounds at the hospital, visiting different medical centers and meeting new people.

Two lawsuits have been filed in the past month over an alleged sexual assault at a University of Michigan fraternity party in January 2016.

The report, which breaks down the assembly by a number of factors including race, gender, sexuality and family income, comes after campaign promises from CSG President David Schaefer, an LSA senior, to bolster diversity efforts in student government.

The National Science Foundation recently granted members of a research team from the University of Michigan, University of Illinois and Cornell University $4 million for a project on increasing productivity in factories that use robots.