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.
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.
Race has been one of, if not the defining faultline at the University of Michigan. In the last five years, a slew of fatal police shootings of Black Americans coincided with a spike in anti-Black attacks at the University and in Ann Arbor.
Campus Mind Works, a wellness group that promotes mental health education and provides support groups through the University of Michigan Depression Center, spoke Tuesday night on the potentially harmful effects of a world increasingly dependent on technology.
Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center held its fifth annual Yes Means Fest on the Diag Sunday afternoon to raise awareness of bystander intervention and consent. The event was organized by SAPAC’s Bystander Intervention and Community Engagement volunteer program.
Visual and written art expressions created by about 45 University of Michigan students and faculty were displayed in Rackham Graduate School Friday evening for the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center’s art exhibition “rEVOLUTION: Making Art for Change.”