Campus Life

Conservative commentator Steven Crowder hosts his talk show "Louder with Crowder" in the Power Center Thursday evening.

The University of Michigan’s Power Center was filled to capacity for the live taping of “Louder With Crowder: Halloween Spooktacular” with commentator Steven Crowder, a YouTube personality known for his weekly podcasts and conservative, unfiltered approach to social issues on Thursday night

Susan Reed, Managing Attorney with the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center, discusses U.S. Immigration policy as part of a speaker series organized by the Department of Sociology.

Susan Reed, managing attorney at the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center, spoke Thursday about topics ranging from the history of immigration law to systems of white dominance to a crowd of about 40 students.

Regent candidates Paul Brown, Jordan Acker and Michigan State Representative Yousef Rabhi answer students' questions in a forum hosted by the Michigan Affordability & Advocacy Coalition in Weill Hall Wednesday evening.

The Michigan Affordability and Advocacy Coalition hosted an Affordability Forum Wednesday night with Democratic University of Michigan Board of Regent candidat

Kamilah Taylor, co-founder of Swaay, discusses how her app deters internet trolls in North Quad Wednesday.

As part of their “High Stakes Culture” series, the Institute of the Humanities and the Humanities Collaboratory hosted an event Wednesday afternoon titled “How Did We Become a Troll Nation and What Can Humanists Do About It?” Four panelists, ranging from an academic to software entrepreneurs, wer

Dr. Rob Seller speaks about the importance of discussing diversity at the Dialogues on Diversity in Science at the Power Center Tuesday.
As part of a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiative to start conversations about diversity within different fields of study, Dialogues on Diversity in Science was held Tuesday evening at the University of Michigan Power Center. 
 
Dr. David Pilgrim, the head of the Jim Crow museum in Big Rapids Michigan, speaks about his experiences setting up the Jim Crow museum

David Pilgrim, founder and curator of the Jim Crow Museum at Ferris State University spoke at the University of Michigan Museum of Art Tuesday about promoting social justice and tolerance through the artifacts in the Jim Crow Museum, the nation’s largest collection of racist artifacts.

David North, national chairman of the Socialist Equality Party, discusses the history of class struggle and socialism in the US during a lecture organized by the International Youth and Students for Social Equality at Angell Hall Monday evening.

The International Youth and Students for Social Equality hosted David North, national chairman of the Socialist Equality Party, Tuesday evening for a lecture on the global history of socialism, discussing what he perceived to be the corruption of the ideology’s true intent on the left and t

Stanford Professor Anna Grzymala-Busse speaks about populism and the erosion of democracy at the Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies Friday.

The University of Michigan Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies hosted Anna Grzymala-Busse, a political science professor at Stanford University, Friday afternoon for a lecture about the modern challenges to democracy.

Nigel Poor, a photography professor at California State University-Sacramento, speaks about her work teaching photography in the San Quentin State Prison and her podcast "Ear Hustle" in the Michigan Theater Thursday evening.

Nigel Poor, a photography professor at California State University-Sacramento, spoke at the Michigan Theater Thursday night for the Penny Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series.

University of Michigan professors J. Alex Halderman and Walter Mebane discuss how safe the U.S. voting system is as the midterm elections approach at the Alumni Center Thursday night.

Amid questions of election security and potential system hacking in the upcoming midterm elections, Engineering prof. J. Alex Halderman spoke at the University of Michigan Alumni Center Thursday night about vulnerabilities in U.S. voting systems.