Approximately 150 students, faculty and community members were in attendance for a series of performances in an event titled “Young, Latinx and Proud” hosted by the Latin@ Culture Show and sponsored by Department of American Culture and Latino/a Studies on Thursday night.
The Matthaei Botanical Gardens hosted a photography exhibit Thursday titled “Finding the Strength to Heal: A Journey of Rebuilding Amongst Violence.” The exhibit, a product of Rackham student Laura Sinko’s dissertation, told the stories of women who survived sexual violence as undergraduate
Thursday afternoon, the Weiser Diplomacy Center and American Academy of Diplomacy hosted a live recording of “American Diplomat: The Real Stories Behind the News” at the Ford School of Public Policy. “American Diplomat” is a podcast hosted by Peter F. Romero, former U.S.
Wednesday afternoon, more than 50 University of Michigan student leaders, staff and faculty gathered in the Trotter Multicultural Center on Washtenaw Avenue one final time for the Trotter to Trotter Community Walk ahead of the grand opening of the new building on State Street Thursday morni