LSA sophomore Nisreen Khokhar is currently enrolled in Arabic 402 and has taken various Arabic courses at the 100 and 200-levels throughout her college experience.

Faculty Ombud Robert Ortega speaks at the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs about his work helping faculty members with conflict resolution at the Fleming Administration Building Monday.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met Monday afternoon in the Fleming Administration Building to discuss the faculty open letter on carbon neutrality, v

Experimental linguist Kelly Wright shares her research on speech perception and dialect discrimination during the LSA Opportunity Hub: Celebrating your Voice at Work event Thursday afternoon.

On Thursday evening, the LSA Opportunity Hub hosted a workshop in the LSA Building on celebrating your voice at work.

Researchers at the University of Michigan found that women filled 56 percent of IA spots in EECS courses.

As a computer science major, LSA junior Armind Chahal often finds herself one of the only women in her upper-level CS courses.


In late February, Kaplan Test Prep released their annual law school admissio

DPSS Officer Marty Morales helping students with emergency alerts registrations in the Shapiro Undergraduate Library Thursday afternoon.

On Thursday morning, the Division of Public Safety and Security stationed a table in the Shapiro Undergraduate Library aimed at signing students and faculty up for emergency alerts through the DPSS app.


The University of Michigan’s English Department voted Wednesday to support the creation of a new minor focused on narrative arts and creative nonfiction.

The Senate Assembly discusses budget requests at their monthly meeting in the Michigan League Monday afternoon.

On Monday, the University of Michigan Senate Assembly met in the Michigan League, where Provost Martin Philbert discussed the fiscal context of general higher education as well as budget demands and changes and investments to expect at the University.


For many University of Michigan students, the recent college admissions scandal — in which federal prosecutors charged 50 peo

Business alum Eli Cahan is the second University of Michigan student to win the Knight-Hennessy Scholarship.

Business alum Eli Cahan has been awarded the Knight-Hennessy Scholarship to pursue a graduate degree at Stanford University in the upcoming academic year, making him the second University of Michigan student to win the award.