Campus Life

Peter Baker, chief White House correspondent for The New York Times, discusses his new book, "Obama: The Call of History" in the Ford Presidential Library Tuesday.

Peter Baker, the chief White House correspondent for The New York Times, discussed his new book, “Obama: The Call of History,” to a crowd of about 200 people at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library Tuesday. 

Debbie and John Dingell answer student questions on a panel at the Ford School of Public Policy Monday.

On Monday night, a group of five current and former southeastern Michigan legislators spoke to a crowd of about 40 students in the Ford School of Public Policy’s Annenberg Auditorium, answering questions about issues currently affecting the University of Michigan community.

Rajesh Mangrulkar, Associate Dean for Medical Student Education, discusses active listening and the importance of emphasizing meaning and purpose in education at the League Monday.

The LSA Student Honor Council hosted “Rediscovering Your ‘Why?,’” a talk led by Rajesh Mangrulkar, associate dean for medical student education at the University of Michigan’s Medical School, focused on the idea of purpose for University students on Monday evening.


The Michigan Daily interviewed Rupert Allman, the executive producer of NPR’s daily radio show “1A,”  prior to this week’s recording of the show at the University of Michigan hosted by Wallace House.

John Pollack speaks at the Ted x UM event at the Power Center Friday.

TEDxUofM held its ninth annual conference, Black Box: Into the Unknown, on Friday with a sold-out crowd at the Power Center.


While most University of Michigan students were preparing to watch the 52nd Superbowl last Sunday, LSA sophomore Alex Mullen, Rackham student Richard Nunn and other members from the Latinx Alliance for Community Action, Support and Advocacy had a different task at hand — finalizing their 

Michigan alums Alex and Effee take about their relationship at "Our Love is Beyond Your Imagination" hosted by SAPAC to bring more attention to queer and trans love, at the the Michigan Union Friday.

With Valentine’s Day coming up, a traditional image may come to mind — chocolates, roses, and often a man and woman.

Amiyah Scott speaks at the 4th Annual W.M. Trotter Lecture titled, "My Life. My Story! Centering the Voices of Trans Lives" at Rackham Auditorium Thursday.

As attendees filled Rackham Auditorium Thursday night, a slideshow flashed images of acclaimed figures in the trans community, both living and dead.

It’s not uncommon for University of Michigan students to spend late nights studying at the University’s many libraries.

Members of the 2018 Sexpertise Conference distribute condoms to the audience in the Michigan League

As part of the 10th annual Sexpertise conference sponsored by the University of Michigan Health Service, Brendon Holloway, Spectrum Center education and training graduate coordinator, discussed the sexual health experiences of transgen