Campus Life

The Penny Stamps Speaker Series hosted Chelsea Manning, queer and transgender advocate and former intelligence analyst for the U.S. Department of Defense, at a packed Michigan Theater on Thursday night.

Less than a year after being released from military prison, Chelsea Manning is fighting back. 

Assistant Attorney General Angela Povilaitis and LSA freshman Morgan McCaul discuss the power of victim impact statements in Larry Nassar's prosecution at Hutchins Hall Thursday.

Despite daunting barriers to reporting, nearly 300 survivors have come forward with stories of the assault they suffered at the hands of

Though both reference the concept of “mobility,” transportation isn’t usually associated with climbing the economic ladder.

Joe Goldberg, Chief of Staff to the President, discusses the hydration station initiative at the Central Student Government meeting in the Union Tuesday.

Central Student Government released its 2018 internal demographic report Monday, with 52 of 68 representatives responding to the survey.

LSA sophomore Emily Levy discusses her personal struggles with mental illness at SpeakABLE to spread awareness for mental illness and disabilities at the gallery in Hatcher Tuesday.

Engineering sophomore Hannah Rieske wanted her audience at the fifth annual SpeakABLE event Tuesday to know that her attention deficit hyperactivity disorder was not a disability, but a difference.

Tom Insel, former director of the National Institute of Mental Health, discusses how digital technologies can help address depression at the Depression on College Campuses Conference keynote in Rackham Tuesday.

More than 100 people gathered inside Rackham Auditorium at the University of Michigan Tuesday afternoon to explore the benefits of digital technologies in helping depression on college campuses nationwide.

Derrick Kayongo, founder of the Global Soup Project and CEO of the Center for Civil and Human Rights, speaks about ethics and his experiences in Uganda, the United States and other countries at Rackham Auditorium Monday.

The Delta Gamma Foundation and the University of Michigan Office of Greek Life welcomed 2011 CNN Hero Derreck Kayongo Monday evening as the keynote speaker for the University’s fourth Delta Gamma Lectureship in Values & Ethics.

The University of Michigan will have Charles Woodson as the speaker at the spring commencement ceremony this year.

The University of Michigan will have a speaker at its spring commencement ceremony this year, the University announced in a press release Monday, and th

Raina LaGrand speaks at Mindfulness and the Psychology of Microaggressions Panel at the Union Friday.

Psychological science professionals discussed the emotional and mental impacts of microaggressions Friday in a discussion called “Mindfulness and the Psychology of Microaggressions.” The event, sponsored by the Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs, examined microaggressions through a psychologi

Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, assistant professor of African American Studies at Princeton University, discusses race and class in the Trump era at the Michigan Union Thursday.

Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, an organizer and assistant professor of African American Studies at Princeton University, has never shied away from lambasting President Donald Trump in public speeches.