Campus Life

Panelists discuss the importance of women of color in public service at the second annual "A Seat at the Table" panel at the Michigan Union Tuesday.

The second annual “Seat at the Table” was hosted Tuesday evening by the University of Michigan’s Students of Color in Public Policy in the Michigan Union.

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David, a Social Work student at the University of Michigan, tried Vicodin for the first time when he was 17. 

“I’ve never felt this good in my life,” David, who requested his last name remain anonymous, said.

C. Riley Snorton, associate professor of Africana Studies at Cornell University, gives a talk on his book "Black on Both Sides: A Racial History of Trans Identity" in Lane Hall Monday.

Drawing on early sexological texts, Afro-modernist literature, slave narratives, journalism and film to argue how slavery and racialized gender provided a foundation for mutable gender, C.

VictorThon is the biggest event of the year for Dance Marathon at the University of Michigan, one of the largest student-run non-profits at the University.

This weekend, University of Michigan students and families stood on their feet for 24 hours for VictorThon, raising money for pediatric therapies for children in local hospitals. From 1 p.m. on Saturday to 1 p.m.

Dr. Sanjay Gupta shares ideas to inspire participants at the Gupta Family Hackathon for Health Communication in the Taubman Science Building Saturday.

Upon first glance one wouldn't expect Michigan medical students to participate in a hackathon, but this past weekend, University of Michigan students and faculty of all fields participated in the Healthcare Communication Hackathon to innovate for improved health communication.

Hong Lei, Chinese Consul General to Chicago, speaks during the Sino-US Relations Panel at the Michigan China Forum in Robertson Auditorium Saturday.

The Michigan China Forum held its second annual conference this weekend, discussing the importance of study abroad students in bridging the gap between the United States and China.

Members of the Islamophobia Working Group speak during the "Restructuring Academia and Student Life" panel in Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library Thursday.

In November 2016, during the 2016 presidential election campaign, Muslim Americans and the mosques in which they worshipped were victims to dozens of attacks, followed by Islamophobic rhetoric from then-Republican presidential candidates

Benjamin McKean, assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at Ohio Sate University, speaks on the topic of Populism, Pluralism, and Ordinary People at Haven Hall Thursday.

Benjamin McKean, assistant professor of political science at The Ohio State University, discussed modern populism and its theorhetical roots in racism and discrimination as part of the Rubin Speaker Series by the University of Michigan Department of Political Science Thursday afternoon.

Evelyn Galvan, Bias Response Team coordinator, speaks at an event to inform students about the bias incident response process in the Michigan League Thursday.

The Bias Response Team, Center for Campus Involvement and the Expect Respect community gathered Thursday afternoon in the Michigan League to discuss the impact of bias incidents on the University of Michigan campus, and effective responses that students and administration can take after bias inci

Kumi Naidoo, the next secretary general of Amnesty International, speaks at Policy Talks at the Ford School of Public Policy Thursday.

Kumi Naidoo, newly-appointed secretary general of Amnesty International, gave a talk at the Ford School of Public Policy Thursday afternoon on economic inequality, climate change and the role the U.S. plays in global justice.