Campus Life

Kate Stenvig, an organizer with the group 'By Any Means Necessary' (BAMN), speaks at an event about defending survivors and building movements to fight sexual assault Thursday in Mason Hal

Sitting in front of a group of about 20 students, activists and community members Thursday evening in Mason Hall, Kate Stenvig, organizer of By Any Means Necessary, led a public “tribunal” to encourage conversation and organize action against rape and sexual assault.

Students dance at the Yemeni Cultural Night celebration hosted by the Yemeni Student Association in West Hall Thursday.

The Yemeni Student Association at the University of Michigan opened its inaugural cultural night with a simple invitation to attendees:

Ellen Hughes-Cromwick speaks at the Nobel Symposium Thursday afternoon.

About 130 University of Michigan students and community members joined five University professors Thursday afternoon to learn about this year’s Nobel Prizes just ahead of the award ceremony in Stockholm next Monday.

Emilio Gutierrez Soto, a journalist from Mexico, discusses his journey to seeking political asylum in the United Stats and issues relating to safety and freedom of journalists in an event on Thursday night.

Knight-Wallace Fellow Emilio Gutiérrez Soto is currently awaiting his ruling in a political asylum case officially opened in 2008, when he fled Mexico with his son, Oscar, upon discovering his name on a military hit list after writing an article about soldiers robbing a hotel.

Virginia Eubanks, an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Albany, speaks at "Automating Inequality", an event Weill Hall hosted by the Ford School, Poverty Solutions & the Science, Technology and Public Policy Program on Thursday.

Virginia Eubanks, author of “Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police, and Punish the Poor” spoke to students and faculty about the role of tech in policing poor communities Thursday afternoon. 

Deeohn Ferris speaks about environmental justice, equity and law at the Dana Building Tuesday.

Deeohn Ferris, vice president for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at National Audubon Society, presented Tuesday at the University of Michigans School for Environment and Sustainability on initiatives to increase diversity, equity and inclusion in the environmenta

Deborah Landis Lewis, St. Joseph Mercy OB/GYN specialist, discusses reforms for the reproductive rights of incarcerated women at the Insights and Intersections of Reproductive Justice and Mass Incarceration Panel in the School of Public Health Monday.

The Michigan Prison Doula Initiative hosted a panel made up of seven formerly incarcerated people, health care professionals and MPDI staff Monday night to discuss insights on the intersections of reproductive justice and mass incarceration.

Rackham student Kamaria Porter, a research assistant, discusses the new regulations on Title XI and campus sexual violence proposed by the Department of Education at Hutchins Hall Monday evening.

In response to concerns with new Title IX regulations, about 50 students and professors from the University of Michigan's Institute for Research on Women and Gender, Law School and Department of Sociology hosted a Title IX comment writing event Monday night in Hutchins Hall Monday night.

Dr. Nesha Haniff speaking at HIV Monologues presented by the National Council for Negro Women, the Black Student Union, and Creatives of Color Sunday night.

In honor of World AIDS Day, the National Council for Negro Women, the Black Student Union and Creatives of Color presented the HIV Monologues Sunday night to teach students and faculty about the disease that affects millions of people around the world.

 the Epsilon Alpha Sigma Sorority, is the University of Michigan’s first Arab sorority, dubbed the Empowered Arab Sisterhood, revealed its first class of new recruits.

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