Campus Life


Last month, students at the University of Michigan published the first issue of The Michigan Gayly: LGBTQ+ Issues, a newspaper dedicated to publishing articles related to the LGBTQ+ community. 

It was recently announced that Taco Bell will be added to the new Michigan Union.

Fast food chain Taco Bell will be added to the University of Michigan’s newly renovated Michigan Union, among other food and service partners. The Union is slated to reopen its doors this coming January. 

E. Royster Harper, Vice President of Student Life, shares her thoughts on the IFC recruitment process in an interview with The Daily in Fleming Administration Building Friday afternoon.

For the last time before her retirement in January, The Michigan Daily sat down for an interview with E. Royster Harper, the University’s vice president for Student Life.

Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour discusses intersectional feminism at Rackham Auditorium Friday afternoon.

Palestinian American political activist Linda Sarsour joined students on Friday as a part of the Arab Student Association’s Focus Week to discuss issues in the Arab community. Sarsour’s talk was the last event of the club’s Focus Week and touched upon feminism in Arab communities.

Annie Haroun, director of Active Minds, introduces the panelists discussing the effects of studying abroad on mental health in the Hatcher Gallery Thursday.

Callie Rouse, CGIS health and safety assistant, and Annie Haroun, director of Active Minds, a student-led mental health advocacy group, hosted a panel at the Hatcher Graduate Library Thursday to discuss the effects of study abroad on mental health. 

Artist Edel Rodriguez speaks at the Penny Stamps Speaker Series about the inspiration of his work and how his upbringing has influenced his art at the Michigan Theater Thursday evening.

Hundreds of students, professors and Ann Arbor community members packed into the Michigan Theater to hear renowned artist Edel Rodriguez speak at the last “Penny Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series” of the semester on Thursday.

Ebony Roberts, author of "The Love Prison Made" and "Unmade: My Story," shares her experiences and relationships with an incarcerated loved one at the Ann Arbor District Library Thursday evening.

Author and activist Ebony Roberts joined Ashley Lucas, former director of the Prison Creative Arts Project, to discuss Roberts’s memoir about falling in love with a man who was incarcerated, “The Love Pr

TEDx holds a discussion on food sustainability and the environment in North Quad Wednesday night.

About 50 students attended a TEDxUofM Salon event entitled “Eating Your Way to a More Sustainable Future” Wednesday evening in North Quad.

The Human Chain for survivors of assault and their allies gather at the steps of Hatcher on Wednesday afternoon

About 50 students protested Wednesday afternoon in the “Human Chain for Survivors” event on the Diag in front of Hatcher Library.

University students Ashley Rapp, Umaima Abbashi, Ayah Kutman and Tala Al-Saghir speaking at a panel about conditions of menstruation and reproductive health among refugees and immigrants at the School of Education Wednesday evening

Through an effort to end the stigma around periods, the Arab Student Association and Period collaborated to hold a panel where four people from various backgrounds were given the opportunity to talk about their encounters with reproductive health on Wednesday.