Academics

With the two Jewish High Holidays — Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, from Sept. 20 to 22, and Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, from Sept. 29 to 30 — only 10 days apart, Jewish University of Michigan students have been struggling to juggle academics and their religious responsibilities.

After a recent string of racist attacks targeting minority groups on campus, members of the University of Michigan faculty published a statement in solidarity with affected students.

SACUA discusses budget concerns in the Fleming Administration Building Monday.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met on Monday to discuss methods of encouraging more interaction in meetings, budget concerns and award recipients. SACUA also mentioned possible solutions to the textbook availability problem campus faced at the beginning of the semester.

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Four students have been selected by the University of Michigan to be official nominees for the prestigious Rhodes and Marshall scholarships, which provide full funding for graduate study in the United Kingdom. 

In March 2017, University President Mark Schlissel announced the University of Michigan’s development of Teach-Outs, an 

Matthew Countryman, an associate professor in the University of Michigan’s History and American Culture Departments

Matthew Countryman, an associate professor in the University of Michigan’s History and American Culture Departments, led a call from hundreds of members from Yale University’s class of 1985 for Steven Mnuchin to resign from his position as U.S.

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The positive impact of the Blavin Scholars Program is unquestionable to donors Paul and Amy Blavin. Stepping back from the support it provides for 37 students who have experienced foster care in their life, they see a broader goal. 

President Mark Schlissel and the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs discuss campus issues Monday evening in the Fleming Administration Building.

At its first meeting of the academic year, the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs passed a resolution condemning the recent anti-Latino graffiti incident, when hate mes

When LSA sophomore Leah Weinstein entered college last year, like many, she didn’t know exactly what she wanted to do after graduation. She knew she wanted to work abroad in some capacity, but it wasn’t until later in the year that the Peace Corps became a real option in her mind.