About a dozen members of the Black Student Union and the Students of Color of Rackham graduate organization met Sunday at the Michigan League to discuss race and in

Former state Rep. Rashida Tlaib has been first in many arenas over her lifetime. She was the first of 14 children, born and raised in Detroit by her Palestinian immigrant parents.

Republican Women's Federation of Michigan President Linda Lee Tarver moderates the in Politics Panel presented by College Republicans Women in the League Ballroom Wednesday night.

The University of Michigan chapter of College Republicans hosted a panel titled “Women in Politics” Wednesday evening in the Michigan League to showcase strong conservative female leaders in the Republican Party. 

High school students read the names of the school shooting victims in the student-organized event Never Again Student Die In at Liberty Plaza this past Saturday.

Anthony, an LSA junior at the University of Michigan, said he learned to shoot when he was 8 years old. His grandfather, a military veteran, taught him how to do it well and how to do it safely.

The Michigan state Senate is scheduled to vote later this week on the legislation, which was inspired by the recent trial of Larry Nassar, a former doctor at Michigan State University who sexually abused hundreds of young patients.

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Penny Pritzker, former U.S. Secretary of Commerce, participates in a conversation on America's economic future with Ellen Hughes-Cromwick, Interim Associate Director of Social Science and Policy at the University Energy Institute in Weilll Hall Friday.

Former Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker, who worked under President Barack Obama and currently works as chairman of PSP Capital Partners and its affiliate, Pritzker Realty Group, spoke Friday in the Ford School of Public Policy’s Annenberg Auditorium.

Last week, Michigan lawmakers of the Progressive Women's Caucus proposed new legislation to fight sexual assault.

Last week, the Michigan lawmakers of the Progressive Women’s Caucus proposed new legislation to fight sexual assault and bolster resources available to victims in t

Mayor Christopher Taylor participates in a conversation with students on public policy in Weill Hall Wednesday.

Approximately 20 students gathered Wednesday night at the Ford School of Public Policy as Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor discussed a wide array of issues relevant to city residents, including how the City Council, under his leadership, has tried to foster stronger ties with University of Mich

Bret Stephens, New York Times columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner, discusses the roles of free speech and personal discomfort in education in the League Tuesday.

Bret Stephens, a columnist at the New York Times, spoke on the importance of free speech and disagreement Thursday at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre in a talk titled, “Free Speech and the Necessity of Discomfort.” The talk, presented by Wall

Ana Navarro, a Republican strategist and political contributor to CNN, ABC News, and Telemundo, discusses her views on recent political events and answers various questions from the public at Mendelssohn Theatre Monday.

Ana Navarro, a Republican strategist and political contributor, spoke at the University of Michigan’s Lydia Mendelssohn Theater Monday night as a pa