Campus Life

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.

Panel member Rep. Donna Lasinski speaks about her career path and challenges she has faced at the Women in Public Service panel in the Blau Colloquium Wednesday.

In honor of National Women’s History Month, panelists as part of the “Women in Public Service” panel spoke about their career paths as female leaders working in the political sphere, pivotal changes in their lives and career advice.

Reggie the campus corgi resigns from CSG presidential race.

For many students, meeting Reggie the Campus Corgi, also known as Reggie Bee, is the highlight of their day or even their week.

Mark Jacobson, Senior Programming Manager at University Musical Society, discusses his experience booking and promoting in the music industry at UMMA Wednesday evening.

The Maize Collective hosted their second “Industry Insight” panel series Wednesday night, inviting guests in the music industry to talk on their experiences in booking and promoting.

Lydia Davis reads several pieces of her short stories at the UMMA for the Helen Zell Writers' Program Tuesday.

The Apse in the University of Michigan Museum of Art was packed Tuesday night as American author Lydia Davis gave the first of two talks as part of the Zell Visiting Writer series — both reading from her short stories and encouraging attendees to get involved in politics at the local level.

Carol Anderson discusses her book "White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Nation's Divide," at Forum Hall in Palmer Commons Tuesday afternoon.

Speaking on systemic barriers in place throughout U.S.

Arabesque dance team TeamLoyal performs dabkeh at Redefine's cross-cultural event Link in the Union Ballroom Tuesday.

Aiming to highlight marginalized students on campus and promote social acceptance, LINK: Connecting Cross-Cultural Gaps Through a Common Language, a talent showcase hosted by student organizations Redefine, the Vietnamese Student Association and Zeta Omega Eta at the University of Michigan, was h


This article has been updated to include a statement from the Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Association, as well as a statement from the North-American Interfraternity Conference.