Campus Life

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When 2018 graduate Sejal Mehta walked by the newly commissioned mural, a pair of maize and blue wings painted by artist Kelsey Montague, at the corner of East William and Maynard streets at Tower Plaza, she saw a fabulous Instagram opportunity.

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A long list of scavenger-hunt items quickly went viral Thursday when a student posted the list, featuring a racial slur, alongside numerous sexual acts, on Facebook. The Facebook post currently has 60 shares and 140 likes. The list has not yet been claimed by any Greek community.

Hoai Am Pham, student in the Residential College, speaks on the history of anti-fascist resistance in Ann Arbor at the Campus Antifascist Network Solidarity teach-in at Mason Hall Monday.

The Campus Antifascist Network organized their last teach-in of the academic year Monday evening in Mason Hall.

Starting fall 2018 the University of Michigan will partner with Barnes & Noble College on a new textbook supplier program

Starting fall 2018, the University of Michigan will partner with Barnes & Noble College on a new textbook supplier program that works to increase convenient textbook purchases, rentals and returns on campus.

Students from the University and Ann Arbor’s Central Academy practice an array of diverse physical exercises and discussed the importance of overall well-being as part of Heal-Move-Shift’s weekly seminar “Break a Sweat!” Friday afternoon.

On Friday afternoon, as part of Heal-Move-Shift’s weekly seminar “Break a Sweat!” a group of students from Ann Arbor’s Central Academy practiced an array of physical exercises alongside a group of University of Michigan students. Heal-Move-Shift is a nonprofit organization founded by U-M alum Ahm

Water bottles are displayed on the steps of Hatcher during the Douma Vigil and Fundraiser to represent the victims of the Syrian chemical attack in the Diag Thursday night.

More than 300 students gathered Thursday night on the Diag for a vigil remembering the lives lost in a recent chemical attack in Douma, Syria.

Professor Keith Hampton speaks about "Social Media and Community: How Awareness Increases Psychological Distress and Decreases Democratic Participation" at North Quad Thursday afternoon.

This week, public attention coalesced around Mark Zuckerberg’s congressional testimonies admitting Facebook’s role in disseminating fake news, especially during

The Michigan Union hosts its ReUnion Celebration Thursday afternoon.

After almost 100 years of being the center of campus with activities and events, dining and study areas, and as standing as a symbol of the University student body, the Michigan Union was bid farewell on Thursday. 

Pro-Palestine students protest speaker Nadav Tamir at a lecture about relationships between Israel and Middle Eastern countries at the Ford School Wednesday.

Two dozen members of Students Allied for Freedom and Equality demonstrated at a lecture by Nadav Tamir, a prominent Israeli diplomat, Wednesday night in the Ford School of Public Policy.

Emily Lawsin, Lecturer in American Culture (A/PIA Studies Program) and Women’s studies, speaks to concerns surrounding A/PIA Studies at the University during a panel highlighting the program Wednesday evening.

On Wednesday evening, the United Asian American Organizations at the University of Michigan hosted a panel to promote the Asian, Pacific Islander American studies program on campus and call attention to a 2017 lawsuit citing discrimination against program faculty.