Campus Life

Jeffrey Seller, a Broadway producer known for his work on Hamilton, discussed his time at Michigan at Palmer Commons Friday afternoon.

Acclaimed Broadway producer Jeffrey Seller, a University of Michigan 1986 graduate, spoke to a packed auditorium at Palmer Commons Friday afternoon about his student experience at the University and his success in producing hit-Broadway shows like “Rent,” “Avenue Q” and “Hamilton.”

Ashley Messenger, in-house council for National Public Radio, speaks on first amendment speech protections at the "Grievance and Protest" panel in South Hall Thursday evening.

Amid a cultural controversy regarding free speech and the role of the press in criticizing the government, about 30 students and Ann Arbor residents attended a panel hosted by the University of Michigan Law School Thursday afternoon commemorating Constitution Day and discussing the role of free s

A student signs-up for the beekeeping club, one of many clubs and other sustainability related organizations present on the Diag as part of the annual EarthFest Thursday.

LSA freshman Noah Wolfson hadn’t heard of the University of Michigan’s annual fall EarthFest event, so he was pleasantly surprised when he saw, dotted across the Diag, stands offering sustainability information, donuts, apples and more.

Polish President Andrzej Duda and U.S. President Donald Trump’s meeting wasn’t the only conference between the two countries this week.

Paralegal Edward Sanders -- who spent forty-two years in prison -- discusses the importance of digital technology access and literacy skills for incarcerated individuals in North Quad Wednesday morning.

More than 70 University of Michigan students and faculty members attended an interview Wednesday featuring former juvenile lifer Edward Sanders in a lecture titled “From Prison to Paralegal.” The Information Alliance for Community Development and the School of Information jointly hosted the event

Bernice Yeung, this year's featured Knight Wallace fellow, speaks about her book detailing the stories of female migrant workers who were exploited and sexually assaulted by their employers Tuesday afternoon.

The #MeToo movement has focused primarily on high status figures — women speaking out against Hollywood moguls, powerful bosses and even our current president.

FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel discusses net neutrality at a policy talk put on by the Ford school Monday afternoon.

Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel of the Federal Communications Commission visited the University of Michigan Monday night to discuss net neutrality with Jack Bernard, associate general counsel of the University, to a crowd of about 150 students, staff and community members at the Ford School of P

LSA professor Matthew Countryman speaks on issues of free speech and hate speech at a discussion session hosted by A/PIA studies and WeListen at Hatcher Graduate Library Monday evening.

University of Michigan students and faculty discussed issues of free speech, derogatory terms and minority groups’ efforts to reclaim these terms Monday night at the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library.

Disaffiliated fraternities from the Interfraternity Council have created their own independent Ann Arbor Interfraternity Council.

Fraternities that disaffiliated from the Interfraternity Council at the University of Michigan created their own independent Ann Arbor Interfraternity Council this month.

Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha discusses her book, "What The Eyes Don't See" with politician Chris Kolb at Rackham Auditorium Wednesday night.

Renowned pediatrician Mona Hanna-Attisha spoke Wednesday to a sold-out Rackham Auditorium about her first-hand account of exposing the dangerous levels of lead in Flint.