History lecturer Jonathan Marwil considers teaching a holy profession and the classroom a holy place. He rarely uses technology in the classroom such as PowerPoint as he feels it is one of the most boring ways of teaching. He himself does not own a cell phone.
When LSA sophomore Izzy Nakisher entered the University of Michigan, she didn’t know her major. She visited her adviser, who was assigned to her at orientation, once every few weeks her freshman year, trying to figure out a direction. Four major changes later, Nakisher is now ready to declare.
The University of Michigan Senate Assembly met Monday afternoon to elect three new representatives to the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs and vote on the Faculty Statement on Safety, Speech, and Academic Freedom Endorsed by Committee for an Inclusive University.
Students know it is almost impossible to visit a social media site today without coming across an example of “trolling” or “fake news,” terms that have become prevalent in the wake of the 2016 president
At a meeting of the Senate Assembly Committee on University Affairs Monday, the members reviewed the work being done in various senate committees, as well as the committee formation procedure process by which these committees are created.