Campus Life

Graduate students in STEM areas of study came together at the University of Michigan Taubman Health Sciences Library Wednesday evening.

On Wednesday evening, a group of nearly 30 graduate students in STEM fields gathered at the University of Michigan Taubman Health Sciences Library for the first of several workshops this week on compassion in human interaction and argumentation, hosted by the University’s Engaging Scientist

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The University of Michigan Muslim Students’ Association and Islamophobia Working Group hosted the last Ramadan Community Iftar at the Trotter Multicultural Center on Wednesday night. MSA President and Engineering junior Taha Shaukat said the event is a way for the MSA to give back.

On Monday afternoon, approximately 40 students and faculty met for the second lecture of a series focused on diversity, equity and inclusion in the College of Engineering at the Cooley Building.

On Monday afternoon, approximately 40 students and faculty met for the second lecture of a series focused on diversity, equity and inclusion in the College of Engineering at the Cooley Building.

After originally being denied entry into the Hillel Foundation, approximately 20 University of Michigan students conducted a sit-in at the building Friday afternoon to demand the foundation cut ties with Birthright Israel.

After originally being denied entry into the University of Michigan Hillel Foundation building, approximately 20 University students conducted a sit-in at the building Friday afternoon to demand the foundation cut ties with

Public Policy senior A’ndre Gonawela discusses his Sri Lankan heritage at a vigil for the victims of the Easter Attacks in Sri Lanka on the Diag Thursday

Despite pouring rain, about a hundred students and community members gathered around the Diag Wednesday evening to pay their respects to the lives lost from the recent terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka this past Easter Sunday.

On Wednesday night, nearly 25 Washtenaw community members gathered at Corner Health Center in Ypsilanti for a “Trans Town Hall” with state Sen. Jeff Irwin, D-Ann Arbor, and state Rep. Yousef Rabhi, D-Ann Arbor. The town hall was organized by Rackham stude

On Wednesday night, nearly 25 Washtenaw community members gathered at Corner Health Center in Ypsilanti for a Trans Town Hall with state Sen. Jeff Irwin, D-Ann Arbor, and state Rep. Yousef Rabhi, D-Ann Arbor.

On Thursday afternoon, approximately 50 students and faculty gathered in North Quad Residence Hall to hear Tarleton Gillespie, principal researcher at Microsoft Research New England and Cornell University affiliated associate professor, discuss content mo

On Thursday afternoon, approximately 50 students and faculty gathered in North Quad Residence Hall to hear Tarleton Gillespie, principal researcher at Microsoft Research New England and Cornell University affiliated associate professor, discuss content moderation in social media.

Elizabeth Friedman, Pastor at the Lord of Light Church sits with students from Michigan Movement to discuss affordable housing Tuesday evening.

On Tuesday evening, a group of about 10 University of Michigan students gathered at the Lord of Light Lutheran Campus Ministry to discuss the Ann Arbor affordable housing crisis and the possibility of the church renovating more of its space to provide affordable student housing.

Mark di Suvero’s “Orion” will return to it's location outside the University of Michigan Museum of Art

The University of Michigan Museum of Art will welcome back a piece of public art this week after a yearlong hiatus.

LSA freshman Jordy Garcia performs "When I Was..." at the Mental Health Monologues Friday night at Palmer Commons.

About 50 people gathered Friday night in the Forum Hall of Palmer Commons for the 2019 Mental Health Monologues, sponsored by the University of Michigan’s chapter of Active Minds.