The co-founders of theSkimm, a popular daily online newsletter, spoke to a group of roughly 45 students in North Quad Residence Hall Wednesday night as part of a nationwide campaign urging college students to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
The University of Michigan presented Cooper Charlton, former Central Student Government president and University alum, with the James T. Neubacher Award Wednesday for his commitment to mental and physical health support during his tenure.
In the third annual Fast Food for Thought, 10 University of Michigan faculty members came together Tuesday night for a fast-paced discussion about fast food and its environmental, agricultural and health implications.
At a mandatory screening of the film “HAZE” Tuesday, a pseudo-documentary that explores a negative and violent depiction fraternity and sorority life, more than 120 members of Greek life left after a contentious debate during Q&A with the film’s director, David Burkman.
Marc Edwards, professor of civil engineering at Virginia Tech, delivered the Walter J. Weber Jr. Distinguished Lecture in Environmental and Energy Sustainability to an audience of about 100 students, faculty and staff Tuesday at the Gerald Ford Presidential Library.
About 400 University of Michigan Housing residential advisers, peer academic success specialists, diversity peer educators and other staff members participated in three collaborative marches across Central Campus, North Campus and the Hill Neighborhood Monday evening.
About 100 people gathered in the Ford School of Public Policy Monday to hear personal experiences and reactions to the Flint water crisis from a diverse group of panelists, including activists and government workers.