Campus Life

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Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic came to the U.S., people have been forced to adapt their lifestyles to spending the majority of their days

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The University of Michigan COVID-19 Campus Challenge, an initiative organized through the College of Engineering aimed to support and showcas

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The University of Michigan announced its hybrid plan for the fall semester in late June, allowing dorms to reopen and remai

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Despite COVID-19 pausing many student organization activities, Paani, a nonprofit that focuses on providing sustainable clean water systems and medical supplies in Pakistan, has raised over $250,000 for COVID-19 relief efforts and buildin

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When incoming Business freshman Jessica Goldberg heard University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel’s announcement of a “public health-informed in-person fall semester,” she sa

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Last week, CAPS announced their new platform SilverCloud, an online tool that provides access to mental health resources to students and faculty. The program features a series of modules individuals can work through at their own pace.

According to the CAPS website, the program is not intended to replace in-person mental health help. SilverCloud was designed to help students and faculty with daily stress and anxiety; improve resilience; learn new skills to better understand thoughts, feelings and behaviors; and reduce the symptoms that accompany depression and anxiety.

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LSA hosted a virtual panel via Zoom Tuesday afternoon to discuss ways to support the community through the nationwide protests against police brutality following

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University of Michigan sorority chapter Chi Omega held a virtual fundraiser titled “UMich COVID-19 Meal Collection Fundraiser Challenge” from April 29 to May 1 via Instagram.

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Protesters carrying signs marching through Detroit.

While the COVID-19 pandemic rages on and social life has come to a stall, cities across the United States are drawing passionate crowds demanding justice, peace and an end to police brutality against Black people.