Campus Life

Notre Dame Professor Dianne Pinderhughes speaks to audience about the growing political incorporation of African Americans into electoral politics at the ISR building Thursday afternoon.

The 2019 Hanes Walton Jr. lecture featured Dianne Pinderhughes, political science and Africana studies professor at the University of Notre Dame. About 50 people were in attendance for the event Thursday afternoon.

Eric Hemenway, Anishnaabe/Odawa tribe member, speaks on Odawa history, culture, and repatriation at the Institute for Social Research Thursday morning.

The University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research hosted Eric Hemenway, an Anishinaabe/Odawa from Cross Village, Mich., on Thursday morning to speak about the history, culture and repatriation of the Anishinaabek Odawa tribe.


The Michigan Union celebrated its centennial on Wednesday with cupcakes and a birthday card on the Diag. The Union has been a gathering space for students on campus since its creation in 1919, but the building has been under construction and closed to visitors since April 2018. 


Five days after World Mental Health Day, the Heinz C.

Approximately 50 people gathered in the Vandenberg Room at the Michigan League  Saturday to discuss the ongoing role Hinduism plays in casteism both in India and abroad.

The Ford School of Public Policy hosted Former U.S. Rep. Sander Levin and members of his family on Monday evening.

After Former U.S. Rep.

Gustavo Jose Rojas Paez, professor at Universidad Libre de Colombia, speaks on cross-regional transitional justice at a Conversations Across Difference Initiative panel in Weill Hall Thursday evening.

Guest speakers from South Africa, Colombia and Michigan State University discussed transitional justice in their communities on Thursday afternoon in Weill Hall.

Japanese artist Mari Katayama speaks about her art and her process of creating art with her own body at the Penny Stamps Speaker Series at the Michigan Theater Thursday evening.

Japanese artist Mari Katayama came to the Michigan Theater Thursday evening as part of the Penny Stamps Speaker Series to discuss living with her disabilities and the art they have inspired.

The University of Michigan Campus Bus System shared a number of detours to be put in place next week in an announcment Monday.

The University of Michigan Campus Bus System, run by the Office of Logistics, Transportation & Parking, announced a series of detours on

Dr. Harold D. Morales, associate professor at Morgan State University, discusses the changing demographics in the United States and the relationship between Muslim and LatinX identities at the LatinX and Muslim in America Lecture at Haven Hall Wednesday e

About 56 students, faculty and community members came to Haven Hall Wednesday to hear Morgan State University professor Harold D.