Campus Life

LSA seniors Jocelyn Brickman and Melissa Berlin and MCSP Director David Schoem participate in the Reading of the Names Vigil, remembering those killed in the Holocaust, on the Diag Wednesday afternoon.

Members of Students for Holocaust Awareness, Remembrance and Education gathered on the Diag Wednesday for an annual vigil, a 24-hour reading of the names of those who died in the

Students and Ann Arbor residents enjoy SpringFest, the annual festival put on by MUSIC Matters to showcase the best of what the University of Michigan and Ann Arbor have to offer at the corner of State Street and North University Tuesday.

Tuesday afternoon, MUSIC Matters hosted their annual SpringFest, a festival of live performances, art installations and dozens of local and University showcases.

Students gather at a vigil for the Quetta attack on the Diag Monday evening.

Monday evening, about 50 students, faculty and community members attended a vigil on the Diag to show solidarity and honor the lives of those impacted by the

LSA faculty member Arielle Chen performs two of her spoken word poems at the hAPIness: Open Mic Night in the Michigan League Monday.

A group of approximately 50 students, faculty and community members gathered Monday night in the ballroom of the Michigan League for an open mic night, showcasing the stories and experiences of Asian/Pacific Islander Americans.

Lean In hosts their final event, a Fireside Chat focused on Women in Politics, with panelists state Rep. Donna Lasinski, D-Ann Arbor, state Rep. Rebekah Warren, D-Ann Arbor, as well as Kate Westa, Co-President of WeListen, at Ross Monday evening.

On Monday evening, about 50 students attended a fireside chat hosted by Lean In at University of Michigan in the Ross School of Business. The event discussed women in politics, and panelists included local Michigan state representatives as well as politically active campus leaders.

Gene Sperling, former director of the National Economic Council and National Economic Advisor to Presidents Clinton and Obama, discusses economic dignity within his career on the national stage at Weill Hall Monday afternoon.

Gene Sperling, economist and policy adviser to Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, reflected on his professional career and discussed economic dignity in an event Monday coordinated by the Ford School of Public Policy and the Center on Finance, Law and Policy as part of its Policy Tal

The University of Michigan Museum of Natural History reopened at its new location in the Biological Sciences Building Sunday morning.

The University of Michigan Museum of Natural History reopened on Sunday at its new location in the Biological Sciences Building.

The Latin Combo performs at the Latinx Unity Ball hosted by La Casa at the Michigan League Saturday night.

At the La Casa Unity Ball on Saturday, Latin Combo, a Caribbean-inspired band, played Cuban-American singer Celia Cruz’s iconic song “Carnival.” The music, punctuated with strong bass lines and trumpet accents, also had a number of people who got up to dance during the sit-down dinner.

Posters, flyers, and buttons are set out for inner-city Detroit high school students in preparation for Project Lighthouse Campus Day Event at the League Friday afternoon.

On Friday morning, almost 50 high school students from Lincoln High School and Enterprise High School in Warren visited the University of Michigan campus for an all-inclusive college experience, as part of Project Lighthouse’s campus day program.