Campus Life

According to new research,  the chemical pollutant PFAS — or polyfluorolalkyl substances — can cause different kinds of chemical mutations depending on a person's race.

According to new research,  the chemical pollutant PFAS — or polyfluorolalkyl substances — can cause different kinds of chemical mutations depending on a person's race.

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A former student of School of Music, Theatre & Dance professor Stephen Shipps emailed Melody Racine, the interim dean of Music, Theatre & Dance, in October 2017 alleging she had been raped by Shipps in the 1970s, prior to his employment at the University of Michigan.

Jane Coaston, Senior Politics Reporter at Vox, Jonathan Metzl, Professor of Sociology and Psychiatry at Vanderbilt University and Rebecca Cunningham, Director of UM Injury Prevention Center, discuss their work surrounding gun violence and politics at the

The Ford School of Public Policy hosted a talk Monday to debate different frames of mind surrounding gun control and its effectiveness.

Hate Speech Prevention

After free-speech watchdog group Speech First filed a lawsuit against the University of Michigan last May, the University has restricted the housing staff, such a

Palmer Commons flooded Friday afternoon. A video posted on Instagram by The Tab Michigan, a popular social media account, showed water gushing out from the ceiling onto the first floor of the commons.

Michigan Hillel hosted educator and activist Yavilah McCoy during a Shabbat dinner Friday evening.

Educator and activist Yavilah McCoy joined Michigan Hillel for a Shabbat dinner on Friday to talk about social activism and the role Judaism plays in activism.

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More than 200 students and community members filled the Mendelssohn Theatre Friday night in celebration of the 10th annual Malaysian Cultural Night and the Lunar New Year.

Epipen

MDining decided to implement an emergency-use epinepherine program for fall of 2019 after a change in Michigan Legislation in 2015 allowing p

SHEI Magazine held its annual Work It networking event in the University of Michigan Museum of Art on Tuesday night.

SHEI Magazine held its annual Work It networking event in the University of Michigan Museum of Art on Tuesday night. The event featured a panel of three University alumni currently working in the fashion industry.

The University of Michigan has decided to cancel all events and classes on campus, beginning 12 a.m. Wednesday and intends to resume activity 7 a.m. Friday.

In light of sub-zero temperatures and extreme wind chills predicted for Wednesday and Thursday, the University of Michigan has decided to cancel all events and classes on campus, beginning 12 a.m. Wednesday and intends to resume activity 7 a.m. Friday.