Campus Life

Taryn Petryk, director of diversity and inclusion for the Ross School of Business, speaks at Blau Hall Tuesday evening.

Gloria Hwang, CEO of a bike helmet company called Thousand, Boma Brown-West, senior manager of the Environmental Defense Fund and Erin Patten, CEO of hair product company DāO Detroit and spoke to about 50 students and faculty at the University of Michigan Tuesday night for a panel of business pro

LSA junior Ayah Kutmah speaks about false discourses regarding immigration at a teach-in regarding immigration and nativism titled, "Against New Nativism," hosted by the University of Michigan Latino/a Studies Department at Tisch Hall Tuesday night.

The University of Michigan Latino/a Studies Department hosted a teach-in Tuesday night regarding immigration and nativism, titled, “Against the New Nativism.” The event was organized by the University’s Migration & Displacement Interdisciplinary Workshop, Global Solidarity After Colonialism R

 Ken Goldstein, University of San Francisco Professor, discusses the voter turnout during the 2018 midterm elections at the Institute for Social Research Tuesday afternoon.

In the week since the midterm election, close races around the country that have yet to be decided continue to raise the stakes for partisan competition in the House and Senat

Students from the University of Texas and The University of North Carolina speak about their experiences volunteering with Syrian refugees in Greece at the Students Organize for Syria second annual national conference.

Over the course of the second annual national Students Organize for Syria conference, from Friday through Sunday at the University of Michigan, students and faculty from all over the country had the opportunity to listen to speakers, engage in discussions surrounding Syria and grapple with the pr

Lilah Khoja speaks to students about barriers in pursuing education for refugees as part of the Michigan Refugee Assistance Program (MRAP) November speaker series.

The Michigan Refugee Assistance Program, a student-led organization dedicated to assisting recently resettled refugees in the greater Detroit and Ann Arbor areas, held the second of their four-part roundtable series Thursday night examining the intersectional issues within the refugee crisi

Jessica Smith speaks about her experience as a survivor of Larry Nassar's sexual abuse at the In Our Own Words event in the Ann Arbor Downtown Library Thursday evening.

The Heartland Independent Film Forum, in partnership with The Michigan Daily, hosted a launch event Thursday night at the Ann Arbor Public Library for an online database containing every impact statement of the survivors of Larry Nassar.

LGBTQ+ veterans speak about their service in the military at the Michigan League Thursday evening.

As part of a series of public events on veterans’ issues in the lead up to Veteran’s Day, the Veteran and Military Services Program at the University of Michigan held a panel on LGBTQ people in the military on Thursday.

The University of Michigan’s Interfraternity Council voted Wednesday to remove the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity from campus, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life said in a press release.

The University of Michigan’s Interfraternity Council voted Wednesday to remove the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity from campus, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life said in a 

Panelists discuss injustices in the criminal justice system and their personal experiences in working towards making reforms at Hatcher Wednesday evening.

The University of Michigan’s Carceral State Project, with the support of various University departments, held a roundtable titled “Criminalization and the Carceral State” Wednesday night.

Dr. Kendra Ishop, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management, speaks about Michigan's affirmative action policy at the panel on Asian American and Affirmative Action at Hutchins Hall Wednesday night.

When Students for Fair Admissions filed a lawsuit against Harvard University alleging that its competitive admissions process discriminated against Asian-American students, the organization thrust itself into the national spotlight and ignited a debate about the future of affirmative action.