Campus Life

Public Health student Kushal Singh and LSA senior Julia Kaye chat at the MESA open house at the Michigan Union on Tuesday.

The University of Michigan's Spectrum Center and the Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs hosted their second collaborative open house Tuesday to spread awareness about their activities and services for new students on campus.

Setsuya Fukuda, PhD and Senior Researcher at the Department of Research Planning and Coordination, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research in Japan delivers his presentation on Gender Equity in Japan in the School of Social Work on M

Fertility and gender equality in Japan are both low — on Monday, leading Japanese sociologist Setsuya Fukuda asked an audience of about 30 people on campus why.

Sally Howell, the Associate Professor of History at Michigan-Dearborn discusses urban renewal in her lecture Halal Metropolis in the School of Social Work on Monday.

While the population in Detroit has fallen over recent decades, the Muslim community in the Detroit area has grown, in part due to the influx of refugees.

The event page for a concert hosted by Theta Xi, which planned to host a racially insensitive "Hood Ratchet" in 2013.

University of Michigan Theta Xi’s decision to host a concert with Detroit native rapper Big Sean in October has drawn criticism from a number of students on campus, as well as the UM Black Student Union.

LSA Junior Mason Van Gieson and LSA 5th Year Angel Antoun performs in "Out of Silence" Friday night in the Mendelssohn Theater.

The cast of “Out of Silence,” an episodic theatre performance consisting of students and alumni, reenacted a variety of adapted stories about women deciding to have an abortion in Mendellson Theater on Friday.

The Trotter Multicultural Center kicked off the year with its A Peace of Trotter event, which offered a variety of global activities Thursday evening.

Two student groups organized a free outdoor concert featuring student performers Monday in the Diag.

At the weekly meeting of Interfraternity Council presidents, chapter executives voted to officially remove the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity from the IFC.

Update: At 4:30 p.m. a University alert said the emergency situation has been resolved.

According to Otsego county court records, a fourth member of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity plead guilty on July 9 to vandalism of Treetops Resort in January.