Campus Life

Dr. Yusef Salaam discusses the pertinent issues in today's society at the Michigan Union Ballroom Monday evening.

“You were born on purpose,” Yusef Salaam, public speaker and one of the Exonerated 5, said. “If you were born on purpose, then you were born with a purpose.” 

Emma Sandberg, founder of the group Roe v. Rape, speaks out against the University's sexual violence policies at the Umich: Do Better protest on the Diag Saturday afternoon.

More than 30 people stood in the middle of heavy snow for UMich: Do Better, a protest of the University of Michigan’s sexual misconduct policy, on Saturday morning. 

Dom performs a poem at the Pan-African Pulp open mic at the UMMA Friday night.

The University of Michigan Museum of Art celebrated Botswana-born artist Meleko Mokgosi’s artistic renditions promoting Pan-Africanism, the international movement which seeks to unite groups of African heritage together on Friday night.


More than 50 Asian and Pacific Islander American-identifying students convened for A/PIA Womxn: Stereotypes and Double Standards, a discussion about topics surrounding issues facing the A/PIA identities.

Speakers discuss “Continuing Korematsu: Our fight in the Trump era” accompanied by a screening of the documentary “ALTERNATIVE FACTS” at the Law School Thursday Evening.

Fred Korematsu Day commemorates Fred Korematsu, a Japanese American who was one of the many victims of anti-Japanese sentiments during and after World War II.

President of Wesleyan University Michael Roth discusses his new book, "Safe Enough Spaces: A Pragmatist's Approach to Inclusion, Free Speech, and Political Correctness on College Campuses," Thursday morning at the Michigan Union.

Wesleyan University President Michael S. Roth visited the Michigan Union Thursday morning to discuss controversial college campus topics, including free speech, affirmative action and political correctness.

The renovated Union and LSA Building offer new study spaces for students.

The College of Literature, Science and the Arts Building and the M

New York Times Domestic Correspondent Nikole Hannah-Jones speaks on her "1619 Project," which examines slavery and the development of the United States in Rackham Auditorium Tuesday evening.

This Tuesday, the Wallace House hosted domestic correspondent for the New York Times magazine and creator of the 1619 project, Nikole Hannah-Jones, at Rackham Auditorium.

In the lecture, Hannah-Jones discussed the 1619 project, an ongoing initiative by the New York Times to discuss the history and legacy of slavery in the United States.

A girl's traditional dance choreographed by Ashley Duong performed at the Vietnamese Culture Show: Ignite Your Flame, presented by the Vietnamese Students Association, at the Power Center Saturday night.

About 500 community members gathered at the Power Center Saturday night to witness Đêm Việt Nam, a celebration of Vietnamese culture through different styles of dance. The theme this year was “Ignite Your Flame.” 


In 2018, Engineering senior Barry Chen went to his first and last career fair to look for aerospace engineering internships. Before the fair, he had already done research on which companies would be willing to hire international students.