Campus Life

MSU Sociology Prof. Lawrence Busch discusses how he has used an STS approach to examine how economics has influenced the development of markets at the STS speaker event in Tisch Hall Monday.

Lawrence Busch, professor emeritus of sociology at Michigan State University, spoke to University of Michigan students and faculty Monday evening about markets from an economic perspective in his presentation sponsored by the University’s Science, Technology and Society Program.

A traditional Korean Fan Dance team perform at Find Your Seoulmate, the Korean Student Association Culture Night at the Lydia Mendelssohn theater Saturday.

Around 550 University of Michigan students and Ann Arbor residents filled Mendelssohn Theatre Saturday night for the Korean Student Association’s annual Culture Show, an exhibition of Korean culture with performances from singing to martial arts.

Dr. Damon Williams, author of "Strategic Diversity Leadership," leads a discussion with graduate students and postdoctoral fellows during the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Symposium in Rackham Graduate School Friday.

On Friday afternoon, about 30 Rackham students and post-doctoral fellows attended a conversation about student-led diversity initiatives and inclusivity with Damon Williams, author and chief catalyst for Strategic Diversity Leadership & Social Innovation.

Meredith Clark, former journalist and current assistant professor at the University of Virginia, gives a talk named "Black Women Tried to Tell Ya'll: Race, Representation and Self-Preservation through Digital Counter-Narratives" Thursday in North Quad.

Meredith Clark, assistant professor of media studies at the University of Virginia, spoke to about 30 students and faculty in North Quad on Thursday afternoon as part of the Communication and Media Speaker Series, hosted by the University of Michigan Communication Studies department.

LSA program associate Elizabeth James speaks to audience about privilege, power, and stereotypes at the Beyond Black and White panel in Tauber Colloquium Wednesday evening.

On Wednesday night, around 80 students gathered in the Tauber Colloquium to discuss the history of power, privilege and stereotypes as a person of color.

Documentary filmmaker Orlando de Guzman speaks on his experience in the Philippines at the Perspectives on the State of Journalism discussion, presented as part of the CSEAS Southeast Asia Practice and Scholarship Series, in Weiser Hall Wednesday.

Around 30 people showed up to the Perspectives on the State of Journalism panel Wednesday evening to hear three panelists, each representing different Southeast Asian countries, speak on their experiences as journalists.

LSA student Jenna speaks to her experiences volunteering in a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon and the difficulties Palestinians face in East Quad Tuesday.

In light of the continuing Palestinian refugee crisis, leaders from various Arab culture organizations convened for a teach-in Tuesday night about the reality of life in Lebanese refugee camps.

SAPAC hosts a Consent Outreach and Relationship Education Program to talk about healthy relationships and queer identity on Tuesday in the League.

Tuesday night, the Consent, Outreach and Relationship Education program in the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center welcomed Jari Jones and Corey Kempster to the Michigan League on Tuesday for “Love Beyond Bounds,” a discussion about love and healthy relationships.

Alexandra Murphy, assistant professor in sociology, discusses transportation for individuals with fewer resources during the Neighborhoods, Suburbs, and Environments Faculty Panel in the Osterman Common Room Tuesday.

On Tuesday afternoon, about 20 people gathered in the Osterman Common Room for a faculty panel on neighborhoods and suburbs.

According to new research,  the chemical pollutant PFAS — or polyfluorolalkyl substances — can cause different kinds of chemical mutations depending on a person's race.

According to new research,  the chemical pollutant PFAS — or polyfluorolalkyl substances — can cause different kinds of chemical mutations depending on a person's race.