Campus Life

Prof. Kathryn Sikkink, a professor of Human Rights Policy at Harvard Kennedy School, discusses ideas drawn from her book Making Human Rights Work: Evidence for Hope at a Human Rights Program Distinguished Lecture in the Michigan League on Tu

Tuesday afternoon, the International Institute and the Human Rights Program hosted Kathryn Sikkink, who emphasized the many ways human rights work has made progress in recent years, despite the negative ways she said media frames international issues.

Dr. Todd Sevig, director of CAPS, talks about mental health in Mason Hall on Monday.

A panel discussion with Counseling and Psychological Services leaders and Angela Dillard, associate dean of undergraduate education, stressed the University of Michigan’s commitment to providing students with mental health support to cap off the end of the first campus Mental Health Day Mon

University of Michigan students celebrated Ann Arbor’s second annual recognition of Indigenous Peoples Day Monday, named to promote Native American culture.

LSA freshmen Jessica Kolbe and Angela Hsu speak to a passer by about the National Alliance on Mental Health at a showcase of mental health organizations on the Diag on Monday.

The University of Michigan’s LSA Student Government distributed information on mental health resources to students on the Diag as part of World Mental Health Day Monday.

The University of Michigan football team’s 78-point win against Rutgers may also blow out the budget of Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Ann Arbor, which promised a sale based on Michigan’s margin of victory before Saturday’s game.

LSA junior Anjuli Shah speaks about her experiences with mental illness on a panel led by Active Minds, a mental health advocacy group, in Hatcher Graduate Library on Friday.

Four University of Michigan students talked openly about battling mental illness in college Friday evening as a part of a broader, University-wide Investing in Ability Week.

Amanda Holdsworth, Director of Communications for Business Engagement at the University of Michigan, speaks about plans for the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion program poster info session at the Power Center on Thursday.

On Thursday, a poster session designed to showcase how individual colleges, departments and administrative units plan to tackle issues surrounding diversity, equity and inclusion was held in the Power Center lobby as part of the University of Michigan’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strat

A demonstration Tuesday by Students Allied for Freedom and Equality, an organization that aims to support justice and human rights for Palestinians, in which they constructed a mock “apartheid” wall on the University of Michigan’s diag Tuesday, led to pushback Wednesday and Thursday f

University Provost Martha E. Pollack explains the reason for a Moment of Silence as a condemnation of hate speech around campus during a University of Michigan faculty and staff gathering on the Diag on Tuesday.

Faculty members gathered in solidarity with students on the Diag Tuesday morning in response to racially charged messages found on campus over the

First year Pharmacy student Cecilia Li sorts prescription medication turned in by Ann Arbor residents at a Safe Medication Disposal event near Ingalls Mall Tuesday.

Tuesday, a steady flow of Ann Arbor community members and students made their way through the safe medication disposal tent to safely dispose of prescriptions, antibiotics, over-the-counter medications and other substances.