Campus Life

Palestinian artist, activist and community organizer Eid Suleman speaks on his life story in East Quad Thursday night.

The University of Michigan’s chapter of J Street U hosted Palestinian activist and artist Eid Suleman Thursday night. A group of nearly 20 students and other community members gathered to hear about his experience living in the West Bank.

Dental student Noah Cohen talks at the SpeakABLE event in Hatcher Graduate Library Thursday evening.

On Thursday evening, more than 60 University of Michigan students and faculty gathered in Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library to hear speakers in the 6th annual SpeakABLE event.

Trevor Hoppe, assistant professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, presents research from his book "Punishing Disease: HIV and the Criminalization of Sickness" in Lane Hall Thursday.

Trevor Hoppe, assistant professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, gave a talk Thursday afternoon at the Institute for Research on Women and Gender on his book “Punishing Disease: HIV and the Criminalization of Sickness.” The book talks about how some have bee

Demonstrators participate in an indefinite study-in in the Office of the President in the Fleming Administrative Building Thursday.

Demonstrators, acting in solidarity with those who participated in last week’s Climate Strike and subsequent

Emilio Gutierrez Soto, journalist and University of Michigan Knight-Wallace Fellow, speaks with attendees at the "Asylum Journey: Ten Years in the US Immigration System" lecture at International House Ann Arbor Wednesday evening.

Wednesday evening the International House Ann Arbor (IHAA) hosted “Asylum Journey: 10 Years in the Immigration System,” featuring Knight-Wallace Fellow Emilio Gutiérrez Soto and his son, Oscar Gutiérrez Soto, who spoke on their experiences immigrating to the United States from Mexico.

Julie J. Park, associate professor of Education at the University of Maryland, presents a lecture at the Research & Scholarship Seminar Series: Affirmative Action, Asian Americans, and the Harvard Case at Rackham Auditorium Wednesday afternoon.

On Wednesday afternoon, around 100 students gathered in Rackham auditorium to listen to Julie Park, associate professor at the University of Maryland and author of “Race on Campus: Debunking Myths with Data,” discuss the implications behind Students for Fair Admissions v.

Audience members discuss maternal health equity at a panel and round table discussion hosted by the Martin Luther King Jr. Health Sciences Program at the Nursing School Wednesday evening.

The 29th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Health Sciences Lecture and Community Dialogue commenced this Wednesday at the University of Michigan School of Nursing.


Students awoke Friday morning to news of mass shootings in two mosques in New Zealand, killing 50.

Ronan Farrow, Livingston Award recipient, speaks with fellow journalist and author Ken Auletta regarding the breaking news stories that helped spur on the #MeToo movement at The Weinstein Effect discussion Tuesday evening at Rackham Auditorium.

Investigative journalist Ronan Farrow spoke with reporter Ken Auletta Tuesday night at Rackham Auditorium about the impact of the #MeToo movement and his role in exposing famed Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein’s history of predatory behavior and sexual assault.

Dr. Heather Thompson, Pulitzer Prize winning author and Professor of History, speaks about the role of society in discussions about prison reform and the development of humane environments of punishment at the South Thayer Building Tuesday.

On Tuesday, the University of Michigan Institute for the Humanities, along with the Residential College and various other University departments, hosted a panel discussing the relationship between crime and the environment