Getting good grades, having the best teachers and applying to college are all integral parts of one’s education. But for students of color, many of these aspirations cannot be met due to structural racism and the broken pipeline within our educational system.
The University of Michigan’s Central Student Government and the knowledge community, Growing STEM, organized a town hall of faculty and students Monday night to discuss the inadequate representation of women and minorities in
Friday afternoon on the second floor of the LSA Building, a dozen students, faculty members and administrators talked about everyday stress in-between bites of pita bread and hummus from Jerusalem Garden.
On Saturday night, close to 1,400 students, faculty and community members flocked to the Power Center for the Performing Arts to attend Arab Xpressions — the University's annual showcase of Arabic culture.
Patrick Doyle, CEO of Domino's Pizza, discussed the importance of data analytics as part of the Economics at Work lecture series Friday. Doyle graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in economics in 1985 and began working at Domino’s in 1997.
Speaking of their experiences wearing the hijab, the pressures hijabi women face in the United States to compromise their identity and the unique significance it carries in their own lives were several hijabi women who spoke as part of the second annual
Joshua Johnson — host of NPR’s “1A” — navigated the issue of free speech on college campuses, and how to encourage free dialogue while also maintaining a comfortable and safe environment for students, at a live taping of his show Thursday night.
When Kinesiology junior Okpalefe Edevbie transferred from Wayne State University to the University of Michigan’s School of Kinesiology, he was excited to learn about a major WSU didn’t offer — Sports Management — which focuses on the interactions of sports and business.” He knew ther
More than 100 students and community members gathered in the Michigan League to hear Charlie Kirk, the founder and executive director of conservative nonprofit Turning Point USA, speak about ideological diversity Tuesday night in an event hosted by the University of Michigan's chapter of College