Campus Life

Approximately 17 University of Michigan students, representing various student organizations, will be attending the first national conference hosted by Students Organize for Syria this weekend at Loyola U


Reflecting on wartime experiences as well as assimilation and treatment after service were six veterans who participated in a panel on the Vietnam War Tuesday.

Students perform in Sarani, the Indian American Student Association show at Hill Auditorium Friday.

The Indian American Student Association gathered Friday on the stage of a crowded Hill Auditorium to present its annual cultural show, showcasing the diversity of dance, music and language that can be found across India


After confirmation that prominent white supremacist Richard Spencer requested to speak at the University of Michigan, the NAACP and Black Student Union rel

Students Allied for Freedom and Equality displays two walls to promote Palestinian rights Wednesday on the Diag.

Students for Allied Freedom and Equality set up a wall on the Diag to represent the separation wall between the occupied West Bank and Israel. The pro-Palestinian group annually sets up the wall every year.


This article has been updated with a statement from University Public Affairs noting they have received the request from Richard Spencer's representative to speak at the University.

Four notable Michigan alumni visited campus on Friday to share their undergraduate experiences with current students and faculty at the Ross School of Business.

The concluding projection of the University of Michigan bicentennial logo at the HAILstorm light show on Ingalls Mall Friday.

Students, faculty and community members gathered together in Ingalls Mall to watch HAILstorm! on Friday night, the 3-D light show that paid tribute to the University of Michigan’s 200 year legacy.

The University of Michigan is no stranger to outer space. Now, with the closure of the University's Bicentennial, a first-ever time capsule — containing information all about a modern Michigan — will be launched into the cosmos.

Education leaders discuss higher public education at the Center for the Study of Higher Educations 60th anniversary event at the School of Education Friday.

The Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education celebrated its 60th anniversary during the University of Michigan’s Bicentennial with a reunion weekend conference. Featuring 25 guest panelists, the conference celebrated a weekend of learning in the School of Education Building.