Kyle T. Mays, a scholar of Indigenous studies, Afro-Indigenous studies and urban studies visited the University of Michigan Friday to speak on the relationships between urban development and Indigenous peoples.
In an email sent to students Wednesday afternoon, Tilly Shames, executive director of Hillel at the University of Michigan, shared the news of the death of Business sophomore Ezra Seegull earlier this week.
Approximately 30 students gathered in the Yuri Kochiyama Lounge in the South Quad Thursday evening to attend “From Fear to Reality: Yellow Peril Anxieties Over Coronavirus,” hosted by the United Asian American Organizations
Approximately 50 students, faculty and community members gathered in Weill Hall Tuesday evening for “Hope and Healing,” a discussion of sexual violence recovery. The Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center hosted the event.
Maitland Bowen, the chair of the Native American Student Association presented to the Michigan Union Board of Representatives on Monday evening about how the University of Michigan can help the Native American community feel more included and respected on campus.