Campus Life


In conjunction with Latinx student organizations across the state, the University of Michigan’s central Latinx student organization, La Casa, hosted a virtual panel Thursday called “Tu Voto, Tu Voz: The Importance of the Latinx Vote.” The event attracted an audience of more than 200 people

Students discuss their experiences being first-generation.

A panel of University of Michigan students shared their experiences as first-generation students at the Power of Mentorship event Wednesday afternoon.



Indigenous students at the University of Michigan are demanding greater representation and expanded support on campus — rights they have been promised since the formation of the school, which was built on land ceded by Anishinaabek tribes.

Dr. Kyle Whyte speaks over Zoom Tuesday night.

Dr. Kyle Whyte, an enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation and professor of environment and sustainability at the University of Michigan, addressed moral and political issues concerning climate change and Indigenous peoples at a Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs event Tuesday night.

The Michigan Marriage Pact returns with a new questionnaire maybe to help students find potential future partners while staying socially distanced.

With social distancing, endless quarantine periods and nearly all aspects of everyday life taking place over Zoom, finding love amid the chaos of 2020 is challenging. The Michigan Marriage Pact is back to help.

Residents of Henderson House, a housing co-operative run by the University of Michigan Housing, express concerns about their current housing situation.

Residents of Henderson House, a co-operative run by University of Michigan Housing, are furious with Michigan Housing after administrators shut off their kitchen appliances and told residents to buy meal plans.

The Center for the Education of Women+ invited faculty and students to their first annual fall advocacy symposium titled “Creating Change through Introspection, Dialogue, and Action.”

The Center for the Education of Women kicked off its fall symposium, themed “Creating Change through Introspection, Dialogue and Action,” featuring Martha S. Jones, a history professor at John Hopkins University, as the keynote speaker.


With the presidential election less than two weeks away, faculty members from the Center of Political Studies hosted a panel discussion Thursday about key issues in the 2020 presidential election with less than two weeks until election day.

Freshmen express their concerns about the new stay-in-place order from the University of Michigan and Washtenaw County.

With a spike in COVID-19 cases at the University of Michigan, freshmen living in dorms continue to adjust to college life amid quarantine housing reaching more than