In honor of National Women’s History Month, panelists as part of the “Women in Public Service” panel spoke about their career paths as female leaders working in the political sphere, pivotal changes in their lives and career advice.
The Apse in the University of Michigan Museum of Art was packed Tuesday night as American author Lydia Davis gave the first of two talks as part of the Zell Visiting Writer series — both reading from her short stories and encouraging attendees to get involved in politics at the local level.
Aiming to highlight marginalized students on campus and promote social acceptance, LINK: Connecting Cross-Cultural Gaps Through a Common Language, a talent showcase hosted by student organizations Redefine, the Vietnamese Student Association and Zeta Omega Eta at the University of Michigan, was h
A racist Snapchat sent by University of Michigan student Lauren Fokken, an LSA sophomore, went viral early Friday morning. In the picture shared on Twitter, GroupMe chats and Facebook, Fokken is with another student wearing a blackface mask with the caption #BlackLivesMatter.
On Thursday afternoon, a group of about 100 students, faculty and Ann Arbor residents scattered around the University of Michigan Museum of Art for the first-ever “Reclaiming Our Campus” teach-in, which allowed participants to share knowledge, unpack experiences and grasp how to mobilize against