Campus Life

Featuring visual art, poetry and performances from University of Michigan students and organizations about the experiences of immigrant and first-generation students at the University, the Shift Talent Showcase drew a crowd of 100 students, faculty and Ann Arbor community members to the Pendleton

TEDxUofM reveals their 2018 conference theme on the Diag Thursday.

Thursday night, a large, painted cube sat in the Diag and invited passersby to chalk their answers to questions such as: “What is a mystery that can’t be solved?” The cube, along with hot chocolate, donuts and glow sticks were featured for the reveal of TedxUofM’s 2018 conference theme: “Black Bo

On Wednesday night, members and students of the social justice organization Radfun projected an image onto the UMMA in support of having University President Mark Schlissel and the Board of Regents deny white nationalist Richard Spencer the opportunity to speak on campus.

Z Nicolazzo addressed a crowd of approximately 100 Monday night at the School of Social Work as part of Transgender Awareness Week.

Each week, The Michigan Daily’s news desk publishes a most-read wrap up of the previous week’s most popular articles, based on the number of online reads each article received. Here are the five most-read from Nov. 6 to Nov. 10:

U.S. Army Veteran Andy Davis presents at the annual VETx event in the Ross School of Business Friday.

Taking on a theme similar to that of TED talks was this weekend's third annual VETx event, a program where several Ross veterans spoke about their experiences after having served in either the U.S. or other nations’ armed forces.

The audience does yoga with Becky McVey, a recreational therapist, during DMUM event at League Saturday.

Dance Marathon at the University of Michigan, a student-run organization that supports children with disabilities by raising funds and awareness for pediatric rehabilitation and therapy programs at C.S.

Art Spiegelman speaks as a part of the Penny Stamps Speaker Series at the Michigan Theater Thursday night.

Growing up, noted cartoonist Art Spiegelman turned to graphic novels instead of television to engage his curiosity. Little did he know, years later he would be doing the cover pages for The New Yorker and writing for magazines such as Arcade and Raw.

Students protest Charles Murray's visit on Central Campus in October.

Two weeks after the 2016 presidential election, in a speech to 200 of his supporters at the National Policy Institute's annual conference in Washington, D.C., Richard

The Interfraternity Council suspended social events in a meeting in Rackham Thursday evening.

Presidents of several University of Michigan fraternities convened at a meeting Thursday night to discuss the future of the Interfraternity Council — the governing body of National Interfraternity Conference