Campus Life

Lecturer Anne Berg speaks at the panel titled "When Provocateurs Dabble in History: Ben Shapiro and the Enwhitenment" at Tisch Hall Tuesday evening.

The University of Michigan History Department, in collaboration with the History Club, hosted an event on Tuesday called “When Provocateurs Dabble in History: Ben Shapiro and the Enwhitenment,” coinciding with Ben Shapiro’s speech on campus.

Bill McCarren, executive director of the National Press Club, and Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian discuss Rezaian’s new book about the 544 days he spent in an Iranian prison at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre Tuesday.

The University of Michigan’s Wallace House held an event titled “Prisoner: My 544 Days in an Iranian Prison” on Tuesday in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Ticket prices for Ben Shapiro's talk at Rackham Auditorium Tuesday have increased due to high demand.

With free student tickets for the Ben Shapiro event on Tuesday evening selling out in under two minutes on Feb. 18, some students are now selling their reserved seats for as much as $200.

Stephen Berrey, associate professor of history, Bethany Hughes, assistant professor of Native American Studies, and English professor Peter Ho Davies discuss the history and effects of blackface at the Politics of Blackface talk

In light of the recent controversy surrounding Virginia Gov.

Counseling and Psychological Services recently accounted they will be opening a wellness zone on North Campus in Pierpont Commons.

Counseling and Psychological Services is opening a Wellness Zone on North Campus in Pierpont Commons, giving students a space to decompress from the stress of school work.

Nobel Laureate and engineering professor Gérard Mourou speaks at a lecture and celebration at Rackham Thursday afternoon.

On Thursday afternoon at Rackham Graduate School, Gérard Mourou, 2018 Nobel Prize laureate in physics and founder of the University of Michigan Center for Ultrafast Optical Science, discussed his research on laser physics.

Cellist Yo-Yo Ma speaks out on the beginnings of his career in Hill Auditorium Wednesday.

In the packed Hill Auditorium of about 3,500 students, staff and local Ann Arbor residents, Yo-Yo Ma walked out dressed in a black suit matched with a light pink tie.

Partner and co-founder of Zingerman's Community of Businesses Paul Saginaw and President and CEO of Food Gatherers Eileen Spring speak on the food bank sector during the Barger Leadership Speaker Series: Food for Thought event in Weiser Hall Wednesday.

Wednesday evening, LSA’s Barger Leadership Institute hosted the first of their speaker series at Weiser Hall.

Tickets to conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro's question and answer panel on March 12th sold out in under two minutes.

Tickets to hear conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro sold out in under two minutes, according to Kate Westa, vice president of the University of Michigan’s chapter of  Young Americans for Freedom.

Kaaren Williamsen, Director of the U-M Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Center, moderates the Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct Awareness and Prevention in the Performing Arts event at the Moore Building Tuesday.

The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance hosted an event on Tuesday to raise awareness about sexual and gender-based misconduct in the performing arts, and to explore potential solutions to the problem.