Campus Life

2019 Information and Technology Services Internship Cohort students present at the ITS Internship Showcase in the Michigan League Friday.

After 14 weeks of working on various projects, students in the 2019 Information and Technology Services Internship Cohort lined the Michigan League with posters at the ITS I

Stephen M. Ross

This story has been updated to include a statement from the University of Michigan College Republicans.

Families and volunteers visit the over 60 cars during the sixth annual Caden’s Car Show at C.S Mott Children’s Hospital at the University of Michigan Saturday.

On Sunday morning, around 150 kids, family members and more than 200 volunteers gathered on top of the parking garage at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital at the University of Michigan for the sixth annual Caden’s Car Show. 

Ann Arbor community members participate in a “die-in” at the University of Michigan Museum of Art Saturday.

The bodies of about 50 students, faculty and Ann Arbor residents lay still on the floor of the Taubman Gallery at the University of Michigan Museum of Art for 11 minutes on July 27 as part of a “die-in.” The event, hosted by the Ann Arbor Climate Mobilization and UMMA, intended to rai

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Last Friday, a University of Michigan student made her way into the spotlight after the Miss World America organization stripped her of her Miss Michigan title on account of two tweets deemed “offensive, insensitive and inappropriate content.” Zhu was named to the Women For Trump advisory board o

Panelists give advice on inclusive and accessible practices at the University, during the Disability Inclusion Panel: Making U-M Events More Welcoming & Accessible at Rackham Auditorium Monday. 

University of Michigan students, faculty and staff gathered at Rackham Auditorium on Monday afternoon for an event titled the Disability Inclusion Panel: Making U-M Events More Welcoming & Accessible.

The Block M undergoes construction and is scheduled to be completed the time classes begin for the Fall 2019 semester.

At the center of the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus, where the Diag’s two largest paths cross, lies a bronze block ‘M’ set in granite in the ground. The monument was donated by the University’s class of 1953 as a gift to then University President Harlan Hatcher.

New students come forth regarding allege negligence from Carlson Properties.

In early April, The Daily published an article about Carlson Properties, detailing complaints from University of Michigan students over a neglected

Community members show support for the Sudanese people on the Diag Sunday.

In the wake of a violent attack in Sudan leading to at least 30 deaths, students and activists packed the Diag on Sunday to demand action and to show suppo