The University of Michigan Central Student Government launched a new campaign, “It Starts With Me,” at an event on the Diag Tuesday. The initiative aims to bring awareness to racism and discrimination on campus.
About 15 student leaders from organizations in the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering gathered Thursday night in Chesborough Auditorium on North Campus to hold a student-led review of the University President Mark Schlissel’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
At their Wednesday meeting, Engineering Student Government discussed plans to host a review of the University’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion plan, separate from the forums hosted by the College of Engineering, because of sentiments from students that they felt uncomfortable and unable to
Tuesday’s Central Student Government meeting featured guest speakers from the Academic Innovation office to discuss future plans for University of Michigan-sponsored websites. The body also discussed allocating $600 of their budget for self-promotion on Facebook.
Central Student Government discussed a resolution stating the body’s support against the possible deportation of an immigrant activist Tuesday night, leading to a debate on the legality of lobbying versus advocacy.
At its Tuesday assembly meeting, Central Student Government announced a new mental health survey that will be distributed to University of Michigan faculty and brought a resolution to the floor that aims to attract more freshmen students to the body.
With the presidential election only weeks away, Voice Your Vote, a Central Student Government commission, organized a residence hall crawl last week where volunteers went door to door in freshman dorms to encourage students to register to vote.