Campus Life

Author Kate Andersen Brower discusses her book "The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House" at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library on Wednesday.

Author and journalist Kate Andersen Brower detailed the experiences of those who often work behind the scenes at the White House, ensuring everything functions smoothly while serving the first family, while discussing her new book, “The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House,” Wed

Deborah K. Jones, former US ambassador to Libya, presents at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library on Wednesday.

Deborah K. Jones, a former U.S. Ambassador to Libya, spent 37 years as a career diplomat, serving as ambassador to Kuwait from 2008 to 2011, and assuming various other posts throughout the Middle East, Africa and South America. In a lecture titled “Enduring U.S.

Workout Health founder Lisa McLaughlin presents at the Women, Entrepreneurship & Social Change Conference in the Michigan League on Wednesday.

Creating social change and gaining entrepreneurial success as a woman were among the emphasized topics discussed by female business leaders at the Women, Entrepreneurship and Social Change Conference Wednesday afternoon. 

LSA Freshman Ayah Kutmah speaks about her experience wearing a hijab at the Muslim Monologues in Palmer commons on Tuesday night.

Amid the success of the recent events “The Vagina Monologues” and “

Washington Post journalist John Pomfret discusses U.S.-China relations in the era of Donald Trump in the School of Social Work on Tuesday.

Award-winning author John Pomfret discussed the effects of the Trump presidency on relations between the United States and China to a packed room in the School of Social Work Tuesday afternoon.

Brian Leigh Dunnigan, Curator of Maps at William L. Clements Library, uses images of original maps to describe the University of Michigan in the 1800's in Hatcher on Tuesday.

The University of Michigan, though established in Ann Arbor in 1837, opened its first building in Detroit in 1817.

Journalist Jon Cohen talks about his investigation into the AIDS epidemic in the United States and Africa at the League on Tuesday.

Journalist Jon Cohen spoke about methods to curb the stigma behind HIV/AIDS Tuesday evening in an event that was part of the Pulitzer Center’s collaboration with the Communication Studies Department.

The University sets up 950 empty maize and blue chairs as part of the President's Bicentennial Colloquium movement Stumbling Blocks on the Diag on Monday.

The sea of over 950 maize and blue chairs in the Diag and the ticker-tape sig


Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D–Mich.) and Val Boreland, executive vice president of Content Strategy for NBC Universal, spoke on gender disparities in the workplace and the importance of mentorship in instilling confidence in young leaders at the Lean In Leadership Summit at the Uni

Engineering freshman Ragav Subramanian writes on a whiteboard art display at the SAPAC rEVOLUTION art exhibit in the Connector on Friday.

A wide variety of visual and written art created to highlight gender- and sexuality-based violence were displayed in West Quad Residence Hall as hundreds of students walked by Friday evening.