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.
The time of year has come where everyone is in a hurry (or dreading) to move out. The boxes are packed and suitcases are ready to go – but how does this process work? Luckily, University Housing has provided guidelines for moving out of the dorms! Residence halls and Northwood Apartments Move-Out must be completed by Friday, May 3, so make sure to plan ahead if you will be moving out during the last week of finals. If you live an apartment and your lease is up or you found a subletter and need to move, these tips apply to you
There are about 40,000 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at the University this semester, according to the University’s Office of the Registrar. That’s 40,000 students with leadership roles, academic excellence, athletic achievements and more. When our staff sat down last month to pick 11 students to highlight as the “Students of the Year” — it wasn’t easy. So we sent out a survey to hear from you. We wanted to know: Who are the people you see excelling in student groups and on the stage?
The Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs and Trotter Multicultural Center presents...
72 Hour Study Break
Thursday, April 18 (midnight) to Sunday, April 21 (midnight)
Please encourage your friends to come out and take advantage of everything that MESA/Trotter has to offer you!
The fair is a day-long event where elementary school students participate in “edu-active” activities put on by University student organizations. In accordance with the theme of this year’s fair, “K-Zoo,” organizers created habitat-themed zones, such as jungle, safari, arctic and underwater.
MHappy Month is a celebration of the new ideas, events and paradigms that move us towards a future where wellbeing of both the planet and its citizens are realized. Many campus events tend to focus on problems—the War in Vietnam, global warming, for example. Too much bad news leaves many of us immobilized and unable to act effectively. While we will absolutely fight to overcome the injustices and prejudice in our communities, we also need a vision of the future that sustains us.
Take a break and relieve some stress with these events brought to you by the Center for Campus Involvement!
Since 2012, the Dean of Students office has been piloting free, 90 minute Personal Safety Education PSE workshops. There are two remaining sessions available in Winter Term 2013 for the U-M community: April 2 and April 16, from 3:30-5:00 pm in room 3060 of the Central Campus Recreation Building. Sign up here for Activity # 310239. Register now to ensure space is available.
He looks at his laptop, takes a deep breath and starts his timer.
Allen begins speaking at a furious rate, his manner completely changed: He’s intense and stressed. Some words are heard —"anthropological," "economy," "prices,"— but his diction is so fast that his sentences are literally incomprehensible to the average ears. His head shakes back and forth as his eyes move across the laptop screen. He takes only ragged, gasping breaths. Everyone else frantically takes notes, straining to hear every word. For the next nine minutes he continues like this until four timers go off within milliseconds of each other. He stops....