About 40 people gathered to commemorate the 12th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance Monday evening at the University of Michigan’s Trotter Multicultural Center in honor of lives that have been lost as a result of transphobia in the past year, and to acknowledge and discuss experiences of trans
After garnering support from students and faculty at all three University of Michigan campuses, a campaign called #WeExist to add a Middle Eastern/North African identity category to University documents launched Monday night.
A moment of silence fell across the University of Michigan Diag on Monday night as students and Ann Arbor residents gathered for a candlelight vigil to commemorate those who lost their lives or suffered as a result of transphobic-motivated violence. The vigil took place on the internationally rec
Water supply lines to the city of Ann Arbor water line have ruptured and could possibly lead to a shutdown of the city’s water treatment facility for two to three days to repair the lines.
After continued resistance from Ann Arbor residents, as well as several council members, City Council moved to once again postpone a decision on downtown developments.
In response to Central Student Government passing the #UMDivest resolution, University of Michigan Hillel, an organization providing programming for Jewish students on campus, h
In light of the ongoing conflicts of racial profiling and police brutality, a five-person panel titled “Minorities, Social Justice and Police Enforcement: An Open Discussion” was held Friday, encouraging civil discourse on campus.
Public Policy senior Nadine Jawad, Central Student Government vice president, has been awarded the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship after competing against nominees from across the country during an intensive application and interview process.
In an attempt to force the University of Michigan's hand in the midst of its deliberations on whether to accept white supremacist Richard Spencer's