Campus Life

On Monday morning, the names of 1,000 men, women and children who have been killed in Syria by the Assad regime were written in chalk across the Diag.

On Monday morning, the names of 1,000 men, women and children who have been killed in Syria by President Bashar al-Assad’s regime were written in chalk across the Diag at the University of Michigan.

Shawn Blanchard, bestselling author and business owner, speaks to high school students from Detroit and Dearborn about achieving their dreams and being successful in college at the Union Monday.

More than a dozen Detroit high schoolers descended on the University of Michigan’s campus Monday afternoon for more than an average Campus Day tour.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center held its fifth annual Yes Means Fest on the Diag Sunday afternoon.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center held its fifth annual Yes Means Fest on the Diag Sunday afternoon to raise awareness of bystander intervention and consent. The event was organized by SAPAC’s Bystander Intervention and Community Engagement volunteer program.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center’s art exhibition “rEVOLUTION: Making Art for Change” displays art created by about 45 University of Michigan students and faculty at Rackham Friday.

Visual and written art expressions created by about 45 University of Michigan students and faculty were displayed in Rackham Graduate School Friday evening for the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center’s art exhibition “rEVOLUTION: Making Art for Change.”

Panelists at MRAP's capstone event, Making Home, discuss refugee difficulties at Rackham Saturday.

Washtenaw Community College student Anwar Mawli is from Syria, but he lived as a refugee in Lebanon after the Syrian conflict proved too unsafe for him and his family to stay in the country. He arrived in the United States in June 2017.

Take Back The Night Ann Arbor holds its 40th anniversary rally and march at the Union Thursday night.

Nicole Denson, the associate director at Wayne County Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner’s program, inspired the audience of Ann Arbor’s 40th annual Take Back the Night

This year, all three of the University of Michigan men’s basketball, men’s hockey and debat

Following the controversial release of the Central Student Government Campus Affordability Guide last January, students at the University of Michigan responded with the cr

LSA Program Coordinator Shamaila Ashraf speaks at the Low Socioeconomic Status Workshop in Mason Hall Tuesday.

While the University of Michigan has the ninth highest endowment of universities in the world, many students say they see an apparent lack of collectivized resources for students of lower socioeconomic status on campus.

Prof. Stephen Berrey discusses the history of blackface in Tisch Hall Tuesday.

In the wake of a blackface incident involving Snapchat on campus, History Club at the University of Michigan hosted a dialogue Tuesday evening to examine the historical roots