Campus Life

Students and community members gather outside of Angell Hall at the end of the walkout, which was organized by Students4Justice to protest racism on campus on Wednesday.

Nearly a thousand people gathered on the Diag and marched through University of Michigan buildings for a student walk-out protest against racism on campus following President-elect Donald Trump’s upset

Lester Spence, associate professor of Political Science and Africana Studies at Johns Hopkins University, discusses institutional development related to race in Rackham Assembly Hall on Wednesday.

The Ford School of Public Policy held a day-long event Wednesday honoring Rev. Jesse Jackson’s five-decade commitment to civil rights leadership.

In a Wednesday press release, the University of Michigan stressed that the 2017 commencement ceremony — the bicentennial ceremony — will include multiple in-person speakers.

For many incoming freshmen, leaving home for the first time is a source of excitement and fear, regardless of how far they’re going.

BAMN organizer Kate Stenvig speaks to protestors before leading a march across Ann Arbor against President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday.

The chant “No Trump, no KKK, no racist, sexist U.S.A.,” echoed throughout the University of Michigan campus Tuesday night as more than 100 students, faculty and community members attended a rally and march described as stopping “Trump’s racist vision for America.” The University chapter of

LSA senior Maddie Luros pours water on the chalk political slogans that Victor Sedlak, who stated he was a former student at Michigan State University, is in the process of writing as he stops to talk to another student on the Diag Tuesday.

Tuesday afternoon on the Diag, a man wrote both President-elect Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign slogans in chalk with the aim of sending a message about oppression people face for expressing political viewpoints in the current climate.

LSA Dean Andrew Martin discusses the consequences and aftermath of the presidential election.

More than 100 students, faculty members and Ann Arbor residents discussed tensions in the campus climate at the University of Michigan and elsewhere in the country following President-elect Donald Trump’s

Law School student Shannon Niznik discusses LGBTQ rights at the Union on Monday.

The University of Michigan hosted an information session Monday to spread awareness about what the recent presidential election means for the transgender community as one of the first events of Transgender Awareness Week.

LGBTQ activist Tiq Milan speaks at the Trans Awareness Week kick-off event at the Union on Monday.

At the University's Transgender Awareness Week’s kickoff event Monday, keynote speaker Tiq Milan shared his story and encouraged resistance in the face of hate on campus and nationally.

The University of Michigan Men’s Glee Club is sponsoring a Michigan Song Lyric Contest to commemorate the University’s bicentennial in 2017.