A few weeks ago, when I was sitting in bed and recieved email from MVision offering me a position to run as a representative candidate, I was truly overjoyed. I felt everything I had worked so hard on this year was building and good things would be coming my way.
The University of Michigan recently announced that it would transition to winter rush for social Greek organizations, starting in the 2019-2020 academic year as a part of a plan to improve the first-year experi
Diversity is a topic that touches every sector — higher education, corporations and government. Yet, the issue of diversity in government is typically focused on the state and national levels, with less attention paid to local government.
For the past two years, I have researched and written about former University of Michigan President Clarence Cook Little in various capacities, examining his papers at the Bentley Historical Library and the