Campus Life

Attendees view the "Finding the Strength to Heal: A Journey of Rebuilding Amongst Violence" photography exhibit at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens Thursday afternoon.

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

Ambassador Peter F. Romero and writer Laura Bennett host Thomas A. Shannon to discuss current issues in Brazil during the live recording of "American Diplomat: The Stories Behind the News” in the Ford School Thursday afternoon

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.

Law professor Catharine MacKinnon speaks about the law and politics of sexual harassment in light of the #MeToo movement during a lecture in the Rackham Amphitheatre Thursday.

Thursday afternoon, more than 300 people attended Law professor Catharine A.

Trotter Multicultural Center held the grand opening for its new location on State Street Thursday.

Thursday morning, hundreds of students, faculty, alumni and community members filled the new home of the Trotter Multicultural Center on South State Street.


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

Michael J. Steinberg, public interest/public service faculty fellow at the University of Michigan, speaks at the Carceral State roundtable at Hatcher Graduate Library Wednesday afternoon.

The Carceral State Project hosted its last event of the academic school year on Wednesday night to discuss the future of the carceral state and concrete actions people can take to change the system.

LSA Sophomore Sanghamithra Kalimi and LSA Junior Youna Lee lead a roundtable discussion on the Facebook group, Subtle Asian Trait, to celebrate Asian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month in the School of Education Wednesday.

Wednesday evening, around 25 students gathered in the Tribute Room at the School of Education to discuss the popular Facebook group Subtle Asian Traits, which currently has around 1.2 million members.

A Residence Halls Association’s assembly resolution to compensate its executive board has prompted criticism.

A Residence Halls Association’s assembly resolution to compensate its executive board has prompted criticism from the executive branch of the LSA Student Government.


When LSA sophomore Aidan Sova transferred from Michigan State University this school year, he didn’t expect an increase in his cost of living.

Panelists discuss the current representation of Latinx identity in journalism at Representing Latinx voices in American Journalism in Haven Hall Tuesday

Journalists convened in Haven Hall Tuesday afternoon for a panel to discuss the representation of Latinx issues, perspectives and voices in American journalism.