Campus Life

Dr. Heather Thompson, Professor of History, Afroamerican Studies, and African Studies, discusses the Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 in the Duderstadt gallery on Tuesday.

As part of the 22nd Annual Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners, Heather Thompson, a University of Michigan history professor, discussed the Attica Prison Uprising and its context within today’s mass incarceration, as well as her book “Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and

Students gather at a vigil for Mosul, Iraq, and Aleppo on the Diag on Tuesday.

More than 50 University of Michigan students and community members gathered Tuesday night in the Diag as part of a vigil commemorating the deaths of civilians due to a U.S-led coalition of airstrikes in Aleppo, Syria, and Mosul, Iraq.

Matthias Lehmann, Professor of History at the University of California Irvine, discusses the Jewish Colonization Association and the politics of Jewish philanthropy in the Thayer Building on Tuesday.

History Prof. Matthias Lehmann, the Teller Family Chair in Jewish History at the University of California at Irvine, visited the University of Michigan Frankel Center for Judaic Studies on Tuesday afternoon to discuss the lesser-known history of Jewish colonization.

Public health professor Dr. Victor Stretcher discusses ways to "design a happy life" during his motivational presentation at the Michigan League on Monday.

The Vandenberg Room of the Michigan League was overflowing Monday night with students waiting to hear Dr.

The final fundraising amount of $510,702.86 is revealed at the end of at Victorthon 2017 in the Indoor Track Building on Sunday afternoon.

As “I Got a Feeling” reverberated throughout the Indoor Track Building Saturday afternoon, hundreds of students and families prepared to stand for 24 hours to raise money for local children with disabilities and illnesses.

Three hip-hop artists and social activists, Mahogany Jones, Khary Frazier and William “Will See” Copeland, discussed social change through hip-hop, including what hip-hop is to them and what it has the potential to be. Philosophy Prof.

Hundreds marched from the Federal Building to the Diag in the Immigrant's March in Ann Arbor on Saturday.

Hundreds of protesters braved the rain on Saturday to gather outside the Federal Building in Ann Arbor and march for immigrants’ rights in light of President Donald Trump’s latest 

Wayne State University professor Wassim Tarraf and Albion College professor Patrick McLean spoke at A Line We Can Cross: A Symposium on Immigration Refugees at Hatcher on Saturday.

On Saturday, The Call For Humanity, a student-led organization founded by LSA sophomore Samir Harake seeks to improve the future of the country by working on global issues, held a

“Hush,” the 10th Annual Spring Monologue Show presented by Yoni Ki Baat was a performance, directed by LSA senior Irene Syriac, aimed to challenge stereotypes and address cultural taboos faced by South Asian women and other women of color held. 

The executive board for the Stonewall Democrats poses before their Coming Out Speak Out event at the League on Thursday.

Over 80 students and community members came together Thursday night in the Michigan League to share and listen to anonymous and personal experiences of individuals coming out with their sexuality at the Stonewall Democrats event “Coming Out Speak Out.”