Campus Life

The Daily spoke to women’s gymnastics coach Bev Plocki about disgraced doctor Larry Nassar and the ripple effects for her team and the gymnastics community.

The fallout from scandals of sex abuse by disgraced doctor Larry Nassar at Michigan State University and as a member of the USA Gymnastics medical team have had innumerable ripple effects at the University of Michigan.

Erica James, a professor of medical anthropology and urban studies at MIT, discusses hauntology and how race and class affect the spectral realm at Tisch Hall Monday.

Erica Caple James, MIT associate professor of medical anthropology and urban studies, discussed the importance of historical preservation of monuments and sites and their implications in modern society in to more than 50 students and faculty Monday afternoon in a talk titled “The Matter of Black

Morgan McCaul at the Nassar Trial Wednesday.

Morgan McCaul entered Michigan State’s medicine clinic at the age of 12. At the time, McCaul — now an LSA freshman at the University of Michigan — was an aspiring ballerina with tears in both hip flexors.

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Andy Horning discusses white fragility and the steps to undoing racism in a lecture at the School of Social Work Building Thursday.

University alum Andy Horning discussed the concept of “white fragility” regarding social interactions occurring at predominantly white institutions, like the University of Michigan, in an interactive lecture Thursday afternoon at the School of Social Work.

Tuesday afternoon, the University of Michigan’s Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs announced Krishna Han will serve as its new associate director. Han’s position will begin on Jan. 29, he fills the office previously held by former associate director Linh Nguyen.

Daniel Raimi, author of The Franking Debate, presents his research on fracking at Weill Hall Wednesday.

Public Policy lecturer Daniel Raimi explained the risks, benefits and uncertainties of fracking in the oil industry at a discussion of his new book, “The Fracking Debate,” Wednesday afternoon at the Ford School of Public

Author Adrienne Marie Brown speaks about her book "Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds" in the School of Social Work Wednesday.

As a part of programming honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., the School of Social Work hosted adrienne maree brown Wednesday afternoon to discuss her work and recent publication, “Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds.” Br

Angela Dillard, associate dean for Undergraduate Education, leads discussion on what it makes to take a knee in North Quad Tuesday evening.

University of Michigan humanities scholars convened Tuesday evening to analyze and discuss the political implications of professional football players kneeling during the national anthem.