The growing necessity to distinguish free speech from hate speech, especially in context of life at the University of Michigan, was the central topic of disccusion at a panel held Tuesday at the University Law School.
According to Send Silence Packing — a campaign designed to raise awareness of student suicide and to connect students to mental health resources on university campuses — one of every two college students thinks about attempting suicide at some point.
Center for Yoga instructor Kara Baruzzini sat cross-legged and barefoot in the middle of the stage calling the attendees of Head Talks — part of the University of Michigan’s first ever mental health week — to breathe, an introduction that set the tone for the evening’s event.
University of Michigan alum Christopher Armstrong, the first openly gay Central Student Government president, gave a keynote speech on coming out as a part of a panel organized by the Spectrum Center on Monday night as part of Coming Out Week.
Each week, The Michigan Daily’s news desk will be publishing a most-read wrap up of the previous week’s most popular articles based on the number of online reads each article received. Here are the five most-read from Sept. 30 to Oct. 7:
Globally-recognized sculptor and visual artist Christo spoke to students, faculty and the public about his lifetime achievements in the design world and the irrationality of his work Thursday afternoon at the Michigan Theater.