Campus Life

Dr. Nesha Haniff speaking at HIV Monologues presented by the National Council for Negro Women, the Black Student Union, and Creatives of Color Sunday night.

In honor of World AIDS Day, the National Council for Negro Women, the Black Student Union and Creatives of Color presented the HIV Monologues Sunday night to teach students and faculty about the disease that affects millions of people around the world.

 the Epsilon Alpha Sigma Sorority, is the University of Michigan’s first Arab sorority, dubbed the Empowered Arab Sisterhood, revealed its first class of new recruits.

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Students gather on the Diag for a vigil to remember the victims of the Borderline shooting Saturday afternoon.

Braving light rain and harsh winds with signs reading “Remember Borderline” and “Never Again”, approximately 20 University of Michigan students, faculty and community members congregated on the Diag for a vigil Saturday afternoon in honor of those lost to gun violence.

Participants engaging in an interactive activity at the Effective and Sustainable Teaching Practices workshop Thursday night in North Quad Residence Hall.

Teaching effective ways of communicating with other students in foreign countries and addressing safety concerns while traveling abroad are common topics of interest for students planning to study out of the country.

Panelists discuss the current state of HIV/AIDs during the "World AIDS Day Panel" at Hatcher Graduate Library Thursday night.

With World AIDS Day approaching Dec. 1, the University of Michigan held a panel Thursday evening to discuss the current status of HIV and AIDS.

Residential College Professor Angela Dillard responds to audience questions after giving a talk on "Civil Rights Conservatism and the Ironies of Monumental History" in Rackham Auditorium Thursday afternoon.

Speaking to a crowd of more than 100 students, faculty and community members, Angela Dillard, the LSA Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education, delivered a lecture Thursday afternoon on civil rights era conservatism and monument history. Dillard, who also serves as the Richard A.

Rear Admiral Michael Giorgione speaks on his time as the commanding officer of Camp David in the Gerald R. Ford Library Wednesday evening. Giorgione served at the presidential hideaway from 1999 to 2001 under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.

Rear Admiral Michael Giorgione, author of “Inside Camp David: The Private World of the Presidential Retreat,” spoke Wednesday night at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library to discuss his book and share personal anecdotes from his time at the camp.  

This annual lecture has hosted different leaders in their fields to speak about different aspects of educational policies and expression for academics.

The University of Michigan Faculty Senate hosted its 28th Davis, Markert, Nickerson Lecture on Academic and Intellectual Freedom Wednesday afternoon featuring Gene Nichol, a law professor at the University of North Carolina.

During the University of Michigan’s fifth annual Giving Blueday, donors gave a total of $3,638,612 to the University, according to a University press release.