Campus Life

Wai Wai Nu, international award winning human rights activist, speaks on her advocacy work with Rohingya women at the CEW+ Christobel Kotelawela Weerasinghe Lecture in the Michigan Theater Wednesday evening.

Political activist Wai Wai Nu detailed her work advocating for democracy and human rights, particularly on behalf of marginalized women and members of the Rohingya minority populat

RWFM President Dr. Linda Lee Tarver discusses the history of the Michigan Republican Party to College Republicans at the Michigan League Wednesday night.

Linda Lee Tarver, president of the Republican Women’s Federation of Michigan, and Lawrence B.

Dr. Ronni Sanlo discusses the history of the LGBT community and her personal experience at the National Coming Out Day Lecture in the School of Social Work Wednesday evening.

LGBTQ rights speaker Ronni Sanlo spoke about the importance of acknowledging the historical roots of LGBTQ activism to a group of more than 50 students, faculty and alumni Wednesday night in honor of National Coming Out* Week.

Central Student Government members participate in a vote during the CSG meeting at the Michigan League Tuesday evening.

The Central Student Government convened for their sixth meeting of the year Tuesday to discuss the confirmation of various member positions, as well as highlight goals surrounding Election Day on Nov. 6.

Ginger Thompson discusses the border crisis at the Ford Building Tuesday.

“The news is moving so fast. We move week after week, from story to story, from crisis to crisis, from despair to outrage, to not knowing where to turn.

Georgetown University Professor Sherry Linkon discusses how deindustrialization has created a cultural shift at the Don't Blame The Working Class Lecture in Tisch Hall Tuesday.

Georgetown University faculty Sherry Lee Linkon, English and American Studies professor, and John Russo, visiting scholar at the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and Working Poor.

At least three University of Michigan students were recently diagnosed with mumps, according to a campus-wide email sent Tuesday from Robert Ernst, the executive director of the University Health Service.

At least three University of Michigan students were recently diagnosed with mumps, according to a campus-wide email sent Tuesday from Robert Ernst, the executive director of the University Health Service, which provides health care services to University students, faculty and staff.

WeListen holds a discussion where students talk about the powers of the Supreme Court, the role of the Senate in the confirmation process, and Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation at Weiser Hall Monday evening.

In WeListen’s second session of the semester, after nationwide protests brought surivors of sexual assault together against the confirmation

CAIR-MI Board President Haaris Ahmad, Esq., talks about discussing Islam in conversations At the Presenting Islam to Fellow Americans event at Rackham Assembly Hall Sunday.

Referencing Muslim wrestler Khabib Nurmagomedov’s performance in an Ultimate Fighting Championship match the night before, Dawud Walid asked Sakinah Rahman, a Muslim college student wearing a long, loose black dress paired with a colorful headscarf, why she dressed so conservatively in comparison

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Music, Theatre & Dance sophomore Samantha Kao and three other girls piled into a gray Volkswagen on a Saturday afternoon in the fall. These strangers were making their way to the grocery store.