Campus Life

Each week, The Michigan Daily’s news desk will be publishing a most-read wrap up of the previous week’s most popular articles based on the number of online reads each article received. Here are the five most-read from Nov. 26 to Dec. 2:

Student leaders of the organization Green Wolverine hand out paraphernalia before the Michigan Cannabis Leaders Summitt Sunday in the Business School.

A panel of state legislators, business owners and scientists discussed the medical, political and business effects of marijuana, as Green Wolverine, a student organization that focuses on acquiring information on th

Students discuss Richard Spencer's possible visit to campus Friday at the Community Conversation in the Ginsberg Center.

To provide a space to debrief and reflect after the #StopSpencer Week of Action, organizers hosted a Community Conversation Friday night at the Ed

Husam Jubran and Yuval Ben-Ami engage in a dialogue about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict talk Friday in Rackham Amphitheatre.

On Friday evening, about 50 students and faculty gathered in the Rackham Amphitheatre to listen to speakers Husam Jubran and Yuval Ben-Ami engage in a dialogue about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

Members of the Lecturers' Employee Organization lead a  demonstration for higher pay and more bargaining rights outside of Palmer Commons Friday.

On Friday about 50 University of Michigan community members, many of whom were members of the Lecturers’ Employee Organization, gathered at Palmer Commons to rally against the administration’s

Abdullah Hammoud, State Representative in the Michigan House, speaks to the controversy surrounding Richard Spencer speaking on campus in the League Thursday.

During a panel of local elected officials in the weeklong #StopSpencer campaign, officeholders discussed how to combat hate speech and white nationalism without providing a platfo

Students put up signs protesting the administration's consideration of a speech by Richard Spencer during a sit-in at LSA Dean Martin's office Thursday.

On Thursday, students across campus participated in a strike as part of the #StopSpencer week of action.

Students attend the #StopSpencer Fascism & White Supremacy Teach-In Wednesday in the League.

As part of the #StopSpencer week of action, the Campus Antifacist Network hosted a teach-in Wednesday at the Michigan League.

Students walk out of classes and gather in the Diag on Wednesday to protest the University's consideration of hosting Richard Spencer as part of the #StopSpencer events this week.

Last week, the University of Michigan administration responded to Richard Spencer’s

Assistant History professor Amanda Armstrong presents at the #StopSpencer Teach In in Rackham Tuesday.

On Tuesday evening, a crowd of about 100 students, faculty and community members joined together in the Diag for the #StopSpencer Speak Out with one common message: Richard Spencer is not welcome at the University of Michigan.