Campus Life

Members of Students Allied for Freedom and Equality present at their teach-in "Richard Spencer: Anti-Semate and Zionist" in West Quad Tuesday

Students Allied for Freedom and Equality held a teach-in Tuesday night to discuss the alt-right’s affinity for U.S. support of the state of Israel, as well as criticisms of Israeli government.

Yaa Gyasi, author of Homegoing, speaks as part of the 2018 Jill S. Harris Memorial Lecture at Rackham Auditorium Tuesday.

On Tuesday, author Yaa Gyasi spoke at the University of Michigan in front of a crowded Rackham Auditorium to discuss her award-winning novel “Homegoing.” After its publication, Gyasi won the National Book Critics’ Circle’s John Leonard First Book Prize.

The third annual Panhellenic Speak Out event, a confidential forum for survivors of sexual violence in Greek Life, took place in the Union Ballroom Tuesday.

The Panhellenic Peer Educators at the University of Michigan hosted the third annual Panhellenic Speak Out on Tuesday night, providing a forum for survivors of sexual violence to share their stories in a confidential space.

Students discuss immigration during the second meeting of WeListen, a new student organization devoted to facilitate small-group conversations between students of various political beliefs, at the Ford school Monday.

Over 50 students gathered at the Ford School of Public Policy to discuss immigration policy and controversies surrounding the topic on Monday.

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The Latinx Alliance for Community Action, Support and Advocacy, an umbrella student group representing members of the Latino community at the University of Michigan, released a list of demands to administrators Monday morning outlining steps they feel the University needs to take in support of La

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Professor Anne Berg speaks at "Destigmatizing the Refugee Crisis" organized by the Michigan Refugee Assistance Program at Rackham Saturday

Anne Berg, a University of Michigan lecturer of History, and Rackham student Andrea Gillespie discussed the facts and stigmas of the current refugee crisis at a dinner and lecture Saturday evening at Rackham Assembly Hall.

Georgetown Law professor Peter Edelman spoke about his current book, “Not a Crime to Be Poor” at the Ford School of Public Policy Thursday.

More than 50 students and faculty gathered at the Ford School of Public Policy Thursday afternoon for a speech from Georgetown Law professor Peter Edelman on his current book, “Not a Crime to Be Poor.” The event was co-facilitated by the School of Public Policy School and the 

Cherie Brown, founder of the National Coalition Building Institute, speaks on anti-Semitism to CSG members at the Michigan League Monday.

According to activist Cherie Brown, the first Jewish-American Princess didn’t have a Canada Goose jacket or a Love Your Melon beanie — she was a woman named Marjorie Morningstar, from a book published more than half a century ago.