Student Government

In response to yesterday’s protests regarding racist incidents on campus

Students protest on their way to the "To Rename or to Remain" CC Little Discussion Panel in the League Tuesday.

Students and community members gathered together in the Diag Tuesday afternoon to protest the C.C. Little building name as well as other injustices facing the minority community on campus.

University Council, the body comprising representatives from each student government on campus, convened its biweekly meeting Monday evening in the Michigan Union.

The Leadership Engagement Scholarship, approved in January by Central Student Government and designed to provide assistance to students who wish to become more involved on campus but may not have the

Convening for its second time this academic year, LSA Student Government met Wednesday evening to pass resolutions addressing the renaming of the C.C. Little Science Building and to increase lighting on North Campus.

Graduate student Jared Ferguson speaks at the CSG in the Union on Tuesday.

On Tuesday’s Central Student Government meeting, CSG President Anushka Sarkar, an LSA senior, spoke on the weekend’s racist incidents in West Quad Residence Hall, in which three Black students found

Steven To and Ross BBA Sophomore Shreyas Poddar socialize in Palmer Commons on Thursday as a part of the CSG M-Pals program.

Adjusting to college life can be difficult, but adjusting to college life in a new country, surrounded by new people, new customs and new traditions can be even harder.

University of Michigan Central Student Government convened Tuesday night, introducing the various initiatives of their executive committees for the academic year and passing revisions to the CSG Elections Code.

Kate Stenvig, BAMN College Organizer, proposes a university defense of DACA at the CSG meeting in the Union on Tuesday.

Tuesday evening, Central Student Government hosted their first meeting of the school year under new administration, with LSA senior Anushka Sarkar as president.

Engineering Student Government members hold a meeting in the Union.

A new Counseling and Psychological Services center, as well as a 3-D printing lab, will come to North Campus soon following a $7,500 grant from Engineering Student Government.