Student Government

CSG members vote at the CSG Divestment Resolution meeting in the Modern Languages Building Tuesday.

During Tuesday night’s Central Student Government meeting, which extended into early Wednesday morning, the resolution to call for a committee within the University of Michigan

Pro-divestment audience members hold signs that read "Stop Silencing Us!" at the CSG Divestment Resolution in the Modern Languages Building Tuesday.

#UMDivest's resolution — for the first time in the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor’s history — passed in Central Student Government early Wednesday morning with 23 voting in favor, 17 against, and 5 abstained.

University students protest in favor of divestment during CSG on the Diag November 8.

On Tuesday, University of Michigan Central Student Government will vote on its divestment resolution. Tensions have been ramping up, as it has in mid-Novembers over the past decade.


In an email sent to all students Monday afternoon, Central Student Government announced it will continue a program from the previous administration to encourage students to participate in Bystander Intervention training.

Students from various multicultural groups give food to visitors during a CSG event Friday.

Aiming to shed light on food and culture, Central Student Government hosted illUMiNATIONS: A World Showcase Friday, which consisted of a fair and a performance showcasing multiple cultural performance groups.

University of Michigan’s Central Student Government voted early Wednesday morning to convene an investigative committee — a select committee on oversight — to review the “improper use of CSG materials” by a member of the executive team.

Students gather during the CSG On the Diag event in favor of divestment Tuesday.

In support of Palestinians and the #UMDivest movement, Students Allied for Freedom and Equality and more than 250 allies formed a human circle around the Diag proceeding Central Student Government’s first assembly in an open space in near-freezing weather.


Several members of Central Student Government gathered in the Chemistry Building to spread autism awareness Tuesday afternoon.

Business student Grace Nasr presents an initiative to raise awareness of student caregivers at the CSG meeting Monday in the Union.

University Council met Monday evening for its biweekly meeting in the Michigan Union, discussing the possibility of a resolution to support and provide a greater awareness toward student caregivers, as well as other topics such as Central Student Government’s meeting Tuesday on the Diag and this

Senior Kristen Ball gives report to LSA Student Government in Mason Hall Wednesday.

LSA Student Government held its weekly meeting Wednesday evening in Mason Hall to discuss final examination policy and making Election Day a potential academic holiday.