Campus Life

Members of the Michigan Mudbowl Club and Pi Kappa Phi compete at the 83rd annual Mudbowl held at the former Sigma Alpha Epsilon house Saturday.(

More than 1,500 people crammed into the confines of the front yard of the former Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house on Saturday morning to watch one of the most time-honored fall traditions, for what could be the last time, at the University of Michigan: the 83rd annual Mudbowl.

Author Margaret Atwood speaks about her books including her newest novel "Hagseed" at Rackham Auditorium on Friday.

Author Margaret Atwood walked on stage Friday amid her fervent Ann Arbor fan base while wearing black gloves painted with white bones outlining the skeletal structure of her hands.

Oddly, the creepy style choice seemed to fit.

Jack Harbaugh, father of Michigan Football Coach Jim Harbaugh, speaks at the Michigan Homecoming Pep Rally on the Diag Friday.

The captains of the Michigan football team and women’s basketball team, as well as former men’s basketball Fab Five member Jimmy King, were among those present at the first-ever Maizefest Homecoming Pep Rally Friday evening on the Diag.

Students for Choice hosted its 4th annual Abortion Speak Out, a gathering for individuals of the community to share and listen to stories of abortion, Thursday night.

Alexander W. Joel, Chief of the Office of Civil Liberties, Privacy and Transparency, and David Medine, former chair of the Federal Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board,  discuss cyber security at the SUMIT 2016 in Rackham Auditorium on Thursday.

The University of Michigan hosted speakers from the technical, legal and operational sectors of cyber security, to discuss the field’s latest trends and threats for its 12th annual cyber security conference Thursday.

Economics Prof. John Leahy speaks at the inaugural Allen Sinai Lecture titled "The Economics of Wishful Thinking" at the Ford School of Public Policy on Tuesday.

At the inaugural Allen Sinai Lecture Thursday, Economics Prof.

World Bank Chief Economist Justin Lin and Ford School professor John Ciorciari have an in depth conversation about Sino-U.S. economic relations at the School of Public policy Wednesday afternoon.

The Ford School of Public Policy hosted a policy talk Wednesday afternoon featuring Justin Lin, former World Bank Chief Economist, on the future of economic relations between the U.S. and China.

Wednesday afternoon, more than 40 people — the majority from the University of Michigan Romance Language and Literature Department — participated in a demonstration on the Diag as a part of the “Ni Una Menos” movement, with the aim of exposing violence toward women in Latin America and the

James Rosebush speaks about his book, True Reagan: What made Ronald Regan Great and Why It Matters, at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library on Tuesday.

Author James Rosebush, a former senior adviser to President Ronald Reagan, spoke Tuesday night at the Gerald Ford Presidential Library to a crowd of 150 about the character and principles of the 40th president that inspired his latest book, “True Reagan: What Made Ronald Reagan Great and Wh

The University of Michigan Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Faculty Alliance held its annual reception Thursday night in the Rackham Graduate School, for faculty and staff across campus to meet and network.