Campus Life

The Ann Arbor chapter of Puerto Rico Rises, a nonprofit organization from Florida, will be collecting donations for those affected by the catastrophic damage of Hurri

This morning racist fliers were posted outside Stockwell Residence Hall, presenting the minority enrollment numbers at both the University of Michigan and Michigan State Un

About a dozen students gathered in the lobby of Angell Hall Tuesday night for LSA dean Andrew Martin's Student Town Hall, looking for administrative answers to recent racist incidents on campus.

Stockwell Hall

Racist flyers urging students to “Make America White Again” were discovered early Tuesday morning outside of the University of Michigan’s Stockwell Residence Hall.


Students attempted to rename the C.C.

The College Republicans painted the Rock with messages of solidarity Monday.

The University of Michigan’s chapter of College Republicans painted the Rock Sunday night to send a message of solidarity to the minority groups that have been targeted by recent hate crimes on campus.

The University of Michigan's Expect Respect campaign had a booth in the Diag Friday.

Positive messages covered the Diag on Friday, as the University of Michigan's Expect Respect initiative launched its new campaign.

Each week, The Michigan Daily’s news desk will be publishing a most-read wrap-up of the previous week’s most popular articles based on the number of online reads each article received. Here are the five most read from Sept. 23 to Sept. 30:

 LSA senior Mark Sultani scales the wall at the TedxUofM dabke event Friday in the Michigan Union.

"So You Think You Can Dance" made its way to Michigan this weekend, but this one had a new spin.

About 50 students gathered at the School of Education Building Thursday to create a healing and conversational space to discuss anti-Blackness and other forms of racism on campus.