As this semester comes to an end, preparation for the next school year in CAPS has already begun. We are now accepting applications from students for the 2014-2015 CAPS Student Advisory Board until 5pm Monday, April 28th.
Join us on Wednesday, April 16, 2014 in the Vandenburg Room of the Michigan League at 6:30 pm to watch a free screening of the movie "Her."
The bi-annual Trotter Multicultural Center 72 Hour Study Break is right around the corner! 11:59PM Thursday, April 17th through 11:59pm Sunday, April 20th, 2014. Come to study, eat, play games, get some comedic relief and de-stress at the Trotter!!
Study Break Highlights:
* 24/7 Coffee/Tea/Hot Cocoa and Snack Access,
* Massage’s by Relax Station
* Open Mic Performances, 24/7 movie screenings,
Spring is here! If you've upgraded to a new bike and don't know what to do with your old or unused bike, please consider recycling it by donating!
When there are strong feelings on an issue, some students have told us they feel targeted for their religious or cultural identities or for their involvement in this issue.
President Obama to speak at UM Intramural Building. Watch it live in the Kuenzel Room at the Michigan Union today at 2p.m.
Read more information at mlive.com
On April 15, 2014, the University of Michigan Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR) will host a symposium and dialogue on restorative practices from 1-5 p.m. The purpose of the symposium and dialogue is to introduce campus and community allies to the philosophy and applicability of restorative practices. In lieu of a traditional panel, the event will include break-out dialogue sessions on restorative practices in different sectors (schools, courts, universities, community, etc.).
If you, or students you know, were unable to get tickets to President Obama's speech tomorrow, you can still attend an event near and dear to this administration's heart. The Michigan Daily and Student Life are co-sponsoring a Q&A Panel on the new University of Michigan Policy on Sexual Misconduct by Students
in the Kuenzel Room of the Michigan Union
Do not miss out on a calendar of events centering and celebrating Arab history, culture, food, dance performances, poetry, art, and, most importantly, a campus-wide celebration of Arab diaspora in the U.S. The theme for this year's Arab Heritage Month is "Yallah N3eesh: Sustaining the Arab Diaspora in the U.S." "Yallah N3eesh" means "let live" in Arabic and is a song by famous singer Um Khaltoum (pictured on the bottom left of the calendar).