More than 200 students gathered in Angell Hall at the University of Michigan for an hour Monday afternoon to protest racially charged posters found hanging in Uni
The first presidential debate drew significant interest on campus Monday night, with watch parties hosted by several organizations including the University of Michigan’s College Democrats and College Republicans chapters.
Three hundred Business students, faculty and staff wore all black and posed for a photo in the Ross School of Business Winter Garden lobby on Monday in response to several recent shootings of Black men by police nationwide.
Monday evening, the Ford School of Public Policy hosted John Hudak, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution to discuss the future of marijuana policy and the social factors that influence it.
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.
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
Entrepalooza served up a sweet treat to aspiring entrepreneurs Friday night in the Michigan League.
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.
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.