Campus Life

Hundreds marched from the Diag to the Federal Building on East Liberty in protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline on Friday night.

In response to a memorandum issued by President Donald Trump on Tuesday which advanced construction of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, the Mic

As the University of Michigan begins its bicentennial celebration, organizers aim to convey the powerful impact its past and present students have had on society through a year of events, planned by the Bicentennial Office.  

Jeanne Theoharis, a Brooklyn College political science professor and American culture Ph.D.

Margot Lee Shetterly, author of Hidden Figures, discusses the makings of her book, and it's subsequent Oscar nominated film, at Rackham Auditorium on Tuesday.

Author Margot Lee Shetterly's lecture focusing on her "Hidden Figures" book filled Rackham Auditorium and its overflow room.

Panelists David Uhlmann, Laura Rubin, Keith Creagh, Dan Brown, Rosina Bierbaum, & Joe Arvai speak at the Advancing Environmental Sustainability in the Trump Era lecture, part of the Dean's Speaker Series, at the School of Natural Resources & Environment.

More than 150 students, faculty and community members gathered Tuesday in Palmer Commons to hear five panelists address possible concerns regarding the future of environmental sustainability under President Donald J. Trump.

Shaun King, New York Daily News Columnist, speaks about the election and police brutality at Rackham on Monday.

Activist and author Shaun King sold out Rackham Auditorium Monday night for his speech exploring the mixed reactions on campus following the 2016 presidential election.


A GroupMe chat group for prospective University of Michigan freshmen students became a hotbed of controversy on Jan. 20 after white individuals messaged a racist slur and bigoted comments at Black and minority group members.

A group of students and faculty signed an open letter that introduced a petition moving to make the University of Michigan a sanctu

As a result of a new partnership between the Ross School of Business’s Center for Social Impact in Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan-Flint's Office of University Outreach, the sixth annual

According to an email sent by Charlie Houlik Wednesday night to members of the Sigma Kappa sorority living in the chapter house, "up to 30 Fraternity guys have been hospitalized with the Norovirus." The email stated the sorority Kappa Kappa Gamma had closed its doors to any nonresidents, an