Campus Life

Nury Turkel, former executive director and co-founder of the Uighur Human Rights Project, speaks at a conference about the Human Rights Crisis in Xinjiang at Weill Hall Thursday afternoon.

Since the late months of 2017, news media has increasingly published more information about the detainment of ethnic minority groups in China’s “re-education” camps.

LSA junior Ayah Kutmah speaks at the Michigan Refugee Assistance Program’s capstone event "The Power of Stories in The Refugee Crisis" Thursday evening.

More than 80 students gathered in Palmer Commons on Thursday evening for the Michigan Refugee Assistance Program’s third annual capstone event, titled “Record Keeping: The Power of Stories in the Refugee Crisis.” Consisting of a photo exhibit, short film and panel, the event aimed to

U.S. Representative Tim Walberg, R-Mich., discusses current relations between the United Stats and Israel at the University of Michigan Hillel Thursday afternoon.

Wolverine For Israel hosted U.S. Rep. Tim Walberg, R-Mich., at University of Michigan Hillel on Thursday to discuss the United States’ relationship with Israel.

Laura W. Perna, executive director of the Alliance for Higher Education and Democracy at the University of Pennsylvania, speaks on the panel "Navigating a Highly Politicized Landscape" in the Michigan League Thursday morning.

The LSA National Center for Institutional Diversity hosted a panel on Thursday morning.

University students have created an interactive audio-visual installation to bring attention to opera singer Samuel Schultz’s healing in the SMTD Soderquist Atrium Wednesday morning.

An interactive audio-visual installation aiming to bring attention to opera singer Samuel Schultz’s healing after an alleged assault by Sch

The Michigan House of Representatives introduced two bills impacting free speech on college campuses April 9.

On April 9, legislators introduced two bills into the Michigan House of Representatives that could impact free speech on college campuses.  

Information professor Kentaro Toyama speaks at the University Information and Technology Services hosted event series titled "Dissonance: Social Implications of Artificial Intelligence" at the Michigan League Wednesday evening.

Wednesday night, more than 100 people attended a panel discussion titled “Understanding the Social Implications of AI.”  The panel, part of the Dissonance Event Series, was held in the Michigan League.

LSA seniors Jocelyn Brickman and Melissa Berlin and MCSP Director David Schoem participate in the Reading of the Names Vigil, remembering those killed in the Holocaust, on the Diag Wednesday afternoon.

Members of Students for Holocaust Awareness, Remembrance and Education gathered on the Diag Wednesday for an annual vigil, a 24-hour reading of the names of those who died in the

Students and Ann Arbor residents enjoy SpringFest, the annual festival put on by MUSIC Matters to showcase the best of what the University of Michigan and Ann Arbor have to offer at the corner of State Street and North University Tuesday.

Tuesday afternoon, MUSIC Matters hosted their annual SpringFest, a festival of live performances, art installations and dozens of local and University showcases.

Students gather at a vigil for the Quetta attack on the Diag Monday evening.

Monday evening, about 50 students, faculty and community members attended a vigil on the Diag to show solidarity and honor the lives of those impacted by the