Campus Life

In response to the University of Michigan’s new class roster pronoun policy, some students have customized their pronouns in a manner misaligned with the policy’s intent,

Business senior Jacob Dinhofer works out at the Intramural Sports Building on Wednesday.

After 17 months of intensive renovations, the Intramural Sports Building reopened Wednesday, two months later than was originally estimated.

Social Work student Lawrielle West leads protestors in a Black Lives Matter march from the Diag to the Michigan League, where a debate was being held by the Michigan Political Union on Tuesday.

A debate Tuesday night sponsored by The Michigan Political Union came to an abrupt halt after nearly 400 community members and University of Michigan students gathered outside the Michigan League’s Vandenberg Room to call for the inclusion of Black voices.

Students, professors, and advisers discuss racism in the atrium of Angell Hall on Tuesday.

The University of Michigan’s College of Literature, Science and the Arts hosted a gathering of more than 100 students, professors and advisers promoting solidarity against racism Tuesday night in response to 

Social work student Lawrielle West leads protestors in a Black Lives Matter march from the Diag to the Michigan League, where a debate was being held Tuesday.

Hundreds of University of Michigan students and community members gathered outside the Michigan League Tuesday night to protest a debate organized by the Michigan Political Union.

Three hundred Business students, faculty and staff wore all black and posed for a photo in the Ross School of Business Winter Garden lobby on Monday in response to several recent shootings of Black men by police nationwide.

John Hudak, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, discusses marijuana policy in the United States on Monday at Ford School of Public Policy on Monday.

Monday evening, the Ford School of Public Policy hosted John Hudak, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution to discuss the future of marijuana policy and the social factors that influence it.

Guest speaker and poet Christopher Soto discussing inequalities in the Latindad community as part of the Latinx Heritage Month on Monday in the School of Social Work.

Poet Christopher Soto discussed being a queer and Latinx punk poet, as well as a  prison abolitionist, on campus Monday afternoon at the Where Queer Latinidad Confronts Police Violence event.

LSA senior and NAACP chapter president Travis Jones speaks at the Black Lives Matter protest Monday night at the Fishbowl.

More than 200 students gathered in Angell Hall at the University of Michigan for an hour Monday afternoon to protest racially charged posters found hanging in Uni

Three types of posters with racially charged messages were found on the University of Michigan’s campus in Mason and Haven Halls Monday morning.