Campus Life

Saline High School student Zaynab Elkolaly shows her support for political activism against gun violence at the Shattering the Silence Rally on the Diag Monday.

About 20 students, faculty and local activists convened on the University of Michigan Diag Monday afternoon for an anti-gun violence rally jointly hosted by Shattering the Silence, an organization dedicated to increased gun control measures, and the advocacy nonprofit NextGen America.

UC Santa Barbara Associate Professor of Economics Heather Royer discusses labor economics at the "Defense against the Dark Arts" conference at the Ford School of Public Policy Saturday afternoon.

Following the death of longtime economics professor John DiNardo last summer, about 40 friends, colleagues and students gathered in his honor to present and discuss a series of 10 research papers regarding modern labor economics.

Protesters gather at a rally organized by law students and professors against the Kavanaugh confirmation and in support of sexual assault survivors on the Law Quad Saturday morning.

The University of Michigan Law School community organized a rally of more than 70 students and faculty member called “Respect Women, Respect Survivors and Respect the Court” Friday in support of survivors of sexual assault at the conclusion of a week highly focused on the Supreme Court nomi

William Kristol, founder and editor of The Weekly Standard and Republican strategist, speaks at the Conversations Across Difference event with Democratic strategist Neera Tanden hosted by WeListen in Weill Hall Sunday.

Students and faculty convened Sunday in the Annenberg Auditorium for the first annual WeListen fall conference, a day-long event focused on maintaining open communication among individuals from different political backgrounds.

Panelists speak at the 2018 Green Wolverine Science Symposium at Ross School of Business Saturday afternoon.

In an effort to highlight the current scientific data surrounding medical marijuana by world-class researchers, scientists and physicians, the first Green Wolverine Science Symposium took place Saturday at the Ross School of Business — ending precisely at 4:20 p.m. 

Dan Slater, professor in the Political Science Department and director of the Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies, gives his inaugural lecture as director on how democracies and dictatorships emerge and submerge in Weiser Hall Thursday evening.

Political Science professor Dan Slater, new director of the University of Michigan Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies, gave an inaugural lecture Thursday evening to both begin his time at the center and the unit’s 10th-anniversary conference, titled “Democracies Emerging and Submerging.”

The website that originally posted the letter no longer exists but was downloaded as a Google document and is still being circulated.

Last Friday, the University of Michigan Panhellenic Association began their Primary Recruitment Process — a process commonly referred to as “rush” where sororities recruit potential new members, also known as PNMs, for their organizations.

In a report on racial equity at public universities released Tuesday by the University of Southern California, the University of Michigan received an F grade in representation of Black students on campus.

In a report on racial equity at public universities released Tuesday by the University of Southern Cali

Krzysztof Śmiszek, a Polish human rights lawyer and managing editor of The Anti-Discrimination Law Review, speaks about LGBTQ rights in Poland at Weiser Hall Monday afternoon.

Krzysztof Śmiszek, a Polish human rights lawyer, activist, and managing editor of The Anti-Discrimination Law Review, spoke Monday at Weiser Hall to University of Michigan students and faculty about the obstacles and successes with modern LGBTQ rights in Poland.

The Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration and Immigrant Rights and Fight for Equality By Any Means Necessary (BAMN) protests the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court on the Diag Monday.

Amid national uproar following multiple allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, students and faculty at the University of M