Campus Life

The University of Michigan launched the Summer17 program this summer, partnering with Washtenaw County to match 45 young adults with jobs throughout the University an

Construction on South University Avenue in Ann Arbor.

Downtown Ann Arbor has been a medley of bright orange construction barrels and torn up asphalt this summer as a result of the drastic road work being done in many busy downtown areas.

The Michigan Solar Car Team reveals their 14th solar car, Novum, at the Michigan Theater on Friday.

Hundreds came out to witness the unveiling of the University of Michigan Solar Car team’s 14th solar-electric racing car NOVUM Friday night at the Michigan Theater.

Environmental journalist Steven Curwood talks about the role of academics and scientific communication at the AEESP Conference at Rackham on Tuesday.

The Advancing Healthy Communities through Environmental Engineering and Science conference took place at the Michigan League Tuesday through Thursday.

The Xplore Engineering conference held on North Campus on Friday.

Over 400 people attended the fifth annual Xplore Engineering event on the University of Michigan’s North Campus this Thursday and Friday.


University of Michigan alum Lehman Robinson applied to his now alma mater on a whim. As a first-generation college student coming from a low-income household, he assumed the school would be out of his family’s means — until he received his financial aid notice.

University of Michigan students held vigils for victims of police brutality after Minnesota police officer, Jeronimo Yanez, was acquitted on Friday of all charge

Students stand in prayer druing the Open Campus Iftar at the Trotter Multicultural Center on Friday.

About 100 people gathered together Thursday evening at the Open Campus Iftar, hosted at the University of Michigan Trotter Multicultural Center.

Julian Castro, former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, speaks at the Mendelssohn Theatre in the Michigan League on Wednesday.

On Wednesday afternoon, Julián Castro, former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under President Barack Obama from 2014 to 2017, addressed a crowd of approximately 100 at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre in the Michigan League.   

Max Kleiman-Weiner presents at the third annual Multidisciplinary Conference on Reinforcement Learning and Decision Making at Rackham Graduate School.

The third Multidisciplinary Conference on Reinforcement Learning and Decision Making took place at the Rackham Graduate School between Sunday and Thursday this week.