Campus Life

Participants of the Poverty Simulation in the Blau Colloquium gain a sense of barriers and injustices that people of lower socioeconomic status face Tuesday evening.

On Tuesday night, more than 50 undergraduate and graduate students gathered in the Ross School of Business’s Blau Colloquium for an event titled “Poverty Simulation: Making Sense of Making it in America,” gaining a perspective on the daily decisions and dilemmas of people facing poverty in

Panelist John M. Balbus, senior adviser for public health at the NIEHS, discusses the aspects of human health mentioned in the Fourth National Climate Assessment (Vol. II) at the Climate Change and Health forum at Palmer Commons Tuesday.

On Tuesday, The Michigan Center on Lifestage Environmental Exposures and Disease sponsored its annual “Climate Change and Health: What the Science Says and What We Can Do” forum in collaboration with the Environmental Health Sciences department of the School of Public Health and the School

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A dangerous fugitive hid himself in a home on Eli Road Sunday night. The Ann Arbor Police Department concluded the man barricaded himself in, so they called in Washtenaw Metro Swat and the Crisis Negotiation Team.

E. Royster Harper, vice president of student life at the University of Michigan, sits down with The Michigan Daily to discuss disaffiliated frats, new sexual misconduct and felony policies Monday morning.

The Michigan Daily recently sat down with E. Royster Harper, vice president of student life at the University of Michigan, to discuss several issues on campus, including disaffiliated fraternities, the sexual misconduct policy revision and mental health resources on campus.

Geoff Ward, African and African-American studies associate professor at Washington University in St. Louis, speaks at the Cultural Racism and American Social Structure Speaker Series lecture at the Institute for Social Research Monday morning.

The University of Michigan Institute for Social Research and Rackham Graduate School sponsored the latest installment of the Cultural Racism and American Social Structure Speaker Series Monday morning.

Former University swimmer G Ryan came out as non-binary their sophomore year of college.

When G Ryan started swimming at 6 years old, they swam just to prove they could to an older brother. They continued the sport into collegiate athletics and eventually earned a scholarship to the University of Michigan.

Students watching a creative videography series part of Stories Never Told traveling art and video display documenting the Yemeni Crisis and renaissance at Weiser Friday night.

“Stories Never Told: Yemen’s Crisis & Renaissance,” a traveling display exhibiting Yemeni artistic expression inspired by Yemen’s war and humanitarian crises, opened Friday evening in Weiser Hall.

Drexel Assistant Professor of Sociology Claire Herbert lectures about the urban decline and the rise of property informality in Detroit at the Michigan League Friday evening.

Claire Herbert, an assistant professor of sociology at Drexel University, presented her research on the rampant presence of informal and illegal property use in Detroit at the Michigan League on Friday.

 

Timothy Dalrymple speaks about the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act of 2019 at a climate solutions forum, hosted by the Citizens Climate Lobby in partnership with the University of Michigan College Republications and the Climate Action Movement a

Citizens’ Climate Lobby, the University’s chapter of College Republicans and the Climate Action Movement at the University of Michigan hosted the Non-Partisan Climate Solutions Forum Friday in the Samuel T. Dana Building.

Students perform "Wil3it Dabke" choreographed by Sally Kafelghazal and Nicola Nunu, during the Arab Xpressions event at the Power Center for the Performing Arts Saturday night.

CLARIFICATION: The article has been updated to clarify that the event was hosted by the Arab Student Association, in partnership with Arabesque Dance Troupe.