More than 150 students, local Chinese-American residents, professors from around the country and business leaders from around the world gathered Saturday morning in Robertson Auditorium for the third annual Michigan China F
On Friday, the Ann Arbor chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists hosted four panelists at the Ann Arbor District Library for their discussion, titled “Social Media, Politics and the Fourth Estate,” to share their opinions on the fluctuating relationship between politics, social m
Michigan Sahānā hosted an energetic night of music and dance on Saturday with its annual “That Brown Show.” Approximately 500 hundred students, faculty and residents gathered at Hill Auditorium to watch Sahānā’s and five other dance groups’ student dancers and musicians blend classical and
On Thursday night, the Michigan Animal Respect Society hosted a talk titled “Intersectionality and Veganism” by Lisa A. Smith, focusing on the prevalence of a plant-based diet in the Black community and the importance of intersectional representation in the veganism movement.
On Thursday evening, Michigan Movement hosted a banquet featuring speakers who had previously experienced homelessness but were able to surpass hardship and move forward. About 100 students and community members attended the event.
As part of the Trotter Distinguished Leadership Series, the Trotter Multicultural Center hosted University of Michigan Law Professor Barbara McQuade and Kathryn Dominguez, public policy and economics professor, for a discussion on Women in Leadership on Wednesday night.
Wednesday night at the South Quad Residence Hall Yuri Kochiyama Lounge, the United Asian American Organizations (UAAO) hosted a panel on how colonialism, specifically in Southeast Asia, has impacted the Asian/Pacific Isla
On Wednesday afternoon, about 15 students and faculty gathered in the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library Gallery Lab for a talk by Luciane Ramos Silva, co-editor of O Menelick 2o Ato, an editorial project in Brazil aiming to hig
On Tuesday, approximately 30 people attended “Check Your Privilege: The Game of Life,” an event hosted by the Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority Inc. and Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity Inc. to discuss the real life ramifications of privilege and inequality.