Campus Life

Students were reminded of their rights on Saturday in the School of Social Work Building was centered around personal civil liberties and issues such as rights for protestors, self-care and bystander intervention for sexual assault. 

Emotions ran high Saturday night among the University of Michigan’s fraternities. Cheers were shouted, blood was spilled and rivalries were ignited — all before the night’s festivities even began. 

Will Potter speaks about his experiences as an investigative journalist at the Michigan League on Thursday.

Around 50 people gathered in the Vandenberg Room of the Michigan League on Thursday for the Communication Studies Department's annual Howard R. Marsh Lecture in Journalism, delivered this year by investigative journalist Will Potter.

Associate Research Scientist Sara Alderstein Gonzales discusses women in color in research and academia with UROP students at Haven Hall on Thursday.

Discussions surrounding issues of race and gender in the world of University of Michigan research and academia were prominent during a lecture for undergraduate researchers held Thursday afternoon.

Power in University of Michigan buildings has been on and off this morning, cancelling many classes across campus. Some classes in Angell, Mason and Tisch have reportedly been let out early due to the lack of power in lecture halls.

Brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity gather at a candlelight vigil for Peter Hart at the Lambda Chi Alpha house on Tuesday.

Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity held a candlelight vigil Tuesday night in honor of their brother, Peter Hart, who took his own life in February before Spring Break. Hundreds gathered on the front lawn of the fraternity to share stories and remember Hart.

Bryan Stevenson receives the Wallenberg Medal for work in criminal justice reform at Rackham Auditorium on Tuesday.

Acclaimed criminal justice attorney Bryan Stevenson received the University of Michigan Wallenberg Medal Tuesday evening at a packed Rackham Auditorium filled with more than 1,000 attendees.

"Pa’Delante" is a saying often used in Latino communities, in English translation it's commonly translated to mean “pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and keep moving forward.” This type of resilience was a prevailing theme among speakers at a panel hosted Tuesday evening discussin

LSA freshman Kristen Hayden takes part in an Eco-Equity Roundtable event at Hatcher Graduate Library on Thursday.

Thursday night University of Michigan students — Social Work student Lauren Beriont and LSA senior Lello Guluma — led a group of about 30 undergraduate and graduate students in a discussion on the topic of eco equity: a social justice initiative aimed at improving intersectionality in environment

Students4Justice holds a sit-in in the Michigan Union on February 9.

The University of Michigan administration has issued a formal response to the list of demands