Campus Life

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Janaya Khan spoke to an audience of about 60 people about the future of the Black Lives Matter Movement and the intersection of being a Black, queer and gender-nonconforming activist on Monday night. The event was moderated by Rackham student Adrian King and LSA senior Jolyna Chiangong.

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Phoenix, a co-ed secret society at the University of Michigan, voted to discontinue their organization on Feb. 21, according to a statement by the current Phoenix class obtained by The Daily Monday.

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The University of Michigan’s chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union hosted Law Professor Michael J.

University of Michigan students had their first “well-being” break this past Wednesday.

University of Michigan students had their first “well-being” break — one of two days off from class in place of the traditional week-long spring break — this past Wednesday.

The Women’s Network is an organization founded in 2016 that focuses on the experiences of women in the workplace.

During a speaker event with a well-known female banking executive at the Martin J.

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The Rackham Student Government joined the Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs’ Black History Month Tuesday evening to host a conversation about the University of Michigan’s history and current approach to anti-racist policies to build a more diverse environment.

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Order of Angell, an exclusive senior honor society oft-criticized for its legacy of racism and its elitism, is considering disbanding, according to an email sent to the society’

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The University of Michigan’s United Asian American Organizations hosted a virtual dialogue Thursday evening that focused on navigating mental health for those of  mixed race.

University of Michigan students deal with the effects of recent snowstorms throughout the country.

With snowstorms raging across the country, University of Michigan students are grappling with bad weather conditions while taking virtual classes from across the cou

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After a grueling four days of debating, LSA junior Rafael Pierry and LSA sophomore Giorgio Rabinni, members of the University of Michigan debate team, eagerly awaited the results of the 64th Annual Franklin R.