Ann Arbor’s Summer Festival presents Top of the Park, the free outdoor event that has been the talk of the town for thirty long seasons now. The celebration is centered around Ingalls Mall at the Rackham Stage, located on Washington Street directly in front of the Rackham Graduate School, which will be buzzing with activity every night between June 14th and July 7th. Six nights a week the Washtenaw area populations will gather for live music, food booths and special events all in the name of Ann Arbor’s favorite season – summer.
The university continues to promote sustainable transportation options to the campus community through its bicycle rental program, Blue Bikes.
Think green this Friday at the 13th annual Green Fair! This event will be held on Main Street and will feature different exhibits to showcase the importance of being green.
University of Michigan is now accepting bike donations year-round! Please consider donating your bike if you don't want to ship or store it. The bike will be used to support bike programs on campus.
With the cold weather finally behind us and sunny days ahead, now is the perfect time to explore the great outdoors of North Campus! Take a walk through the woods and flower gardens; admire outdoor sculptures, fountains, and ponds; visit the art galleries -- maybe you’ll be lucky enough to catch a recital or performance! Need more ideas?
Coach Cafe Ann Arbor is participating in International Coaching Week!
Our local chapter is celebrating by sharing career, leadership, life and writing coaching at several locations in the area, FREE of charge.
If you are staying in town this spring or summer to take a few classes, work, participate in an internship, prepare for a graduate school oral exam or continue working on a dissertation, living in Ann Arbor during the summer can be challenging time for a variety of reasons.
When students return to campus in the fall, they will see a newly renovated MUG space on the ground floor of the Michigan Union with new and updated food vendors.
University Unions is announcing that locally owned and operated Ahmo’s Mediterranean Grill is coming to the Union, and that Wendy’s and Subway will return with expanded offerings.
The Jim Toy Library (JTL) supports LGBTQA student development by exposing students to, and engaging them in, the rich cultural, social, historical, psychological, political, and relational aspects of LGBTQ people, identities, experiences, and communities.