Student Government

Liz Barry, Special Council to the President, presents about ongoing projects of the President at the CSG meeting in the Union Tuesday.

Updated with CSG's statement on C.C. Little. 

Central Student Government convened on Tuesday evening to discuss the renaming of the C.C. Little Building, eventually passing the resolution to support the name change.

After a tumultuous first month with racist incidents and controversial 

Central Student Government released its first official statement of the year regarding bias incidents on campus, addressing white nationalist and author

Following the initiatives put forth on behalf of LSA Student Government, Central Student Government briefly convened Tuesday night to introduce a resolution supporting the pr

The University Council discusses University issues Monday in CSG Chambers.

The University Council convened Tuesday evening in the Michigan Union to discuss topics such as documenting student racial categories and the possibility of a resolution to academically protect students targeted by racist incidents.

LSA sophomores Josie Gilmore and Kevan Casson advertise for LSA Student Government Monday during the Mental Health Week Diag Day.

LSA Student Government kicked off its Mental Health Week Monday afternoon by gathering student organizations focused on mental health for a Diag Day.

LSA Student Government Vice President Ryan Gillcrest speaks at the LSA Student Government meeting Sept. 14 in Mason Hall.

LSA Student Government convened Wednesday to pass a resolution pertaining to inadequate on-campus housing for University of Michigan students.

Business representative Eldar Hoessel discusses a Ross School of Business event in the Union Tuesday.

Central Student Government met Tuesday night to pass a resolution to place a charging station in the Shapiro Undergraduate Library.

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.