Campus Life

Revolutionary Youth Alliance, A2/Ypsi, a locally-based organization aiming to fight against imperialism, racism, misogyny and other forms of oppression, held an informational meeting about the effects of gentrification

Ann Arbor residents participate in the Out of the Darkness walk for suicide prevention in Ann Arbor Saturday.

Approximately 400 Ann Arbor community members embarked in unseasonably warm temperatures to raise awareness for suicide education and prevention by participating in the Out of the Darkness

Each week, The Michigan Daily’s news desk will be publishing a most-read wrap up of the previous week’s most popular articles based on the number of online reads each article received. Here are the five most-read from Sept. 17 to Sept. 23:

Common Cycle helps repaire student bikes as a part of EarthDay on the Diag Thursday.

Sustainability on campus is more than the recycling bins you find in Mason Hall. In reality, University of Michigan student organizations, departments and local nonprofits are focusing their efforts on outreach and staying green in a number of ways.

The Black Student Union gathers in front of the Union Wednesday.

Close to 200 University of Michigan students — including members of the Black Student Union and Students4Justice — gathered Wednesday night on the steps of the Michigan Union to protest racially charged incidents on campus in the past week.

The Black Student Union hosted a "Destress" event in the MLB on Tuesday in light of the racist incident in West Quad on Sunday.

In light of racist comments written on Black students’ doors this past weekend in West Quad, many students are unhappy with University President Mark Schlissel’s apparent silence. 

In response to several recent incidents of racism on the University of Michigan campus and throughout Ann Arbor, students and faculty hung up posters with phrases of solidarity and support for targeted groups Monday night.

University students wait in line to vote in the presidential election in the Union November 2016.

The University of Michigan is used to winning competitions in various schools and departments, but the one it's entering now isn't exactly about academics.

LSA sophomore Travon Stearns speaks to students from the Michigan Community Scholars Program after a racist slur was written on his door in West Quad on Sunday.

On Sunday night, more than 100 students from the Michigan Community Scholars Program learning community gathered in the Multipurpose Room of West Quadrangle Residence Hall to show support and solidarity against the

George Hastings, a retired judge, speaks alongside distinguished Michigan Daily alumni speak in Rackham Auditorium on Friday.

Alumni of The Michigan Daily, several of whom are Pulitzer Prize winners, participated in panels on sports journalism’s role in the 21st century, diversity for women and minorities in the newsroom, alternative career paths from a journalism background and the role of student publications Friday a