FREE meals, FREE massages, FREE tutoring, FREE entertainment!
The bi-annual Trotter Multicultural Center 72 Hour Study Break is here! 11:59PM Thursday, December 6th through Midnight Sunday, December 9th, 2012. Come to study, eat, play games, get some comedic relief and de-stress at the Trotter!!
Come take a study break at Michigan's premier late night program, because it's finals time and you deserve some rest and relaxation! Friday December 7th at the Michigan Union you can "Live. Laugh. UMix." Enjoy an improv comedy show hosted by College Humor at 10:30, cookie decorating, relaxation stations that include meditation and massages and much more. The feature presentation is "What to Expect When You're Expecting" at 10:30pm.
Stop by the U-Club on the first floor of the Michigan Union and be served a free, hot breakfast by your favorite UM administrators, faculty, & staff on Thursday December 13th, between 10pm and 1am. We'll have tons of great food (mmm...pancakes...), giveaways, and activities to help you relieve stress.
Go Blue Box is a reusable takeout container program that offers a convenient way to grab food on-the-go from the University Club. More imporantly, it helps Univesity students, staff and faculty be greener Wolverines by reducing the number of containers sent to landfill. The program is in its pilot phase and is currently only offered at the U-Club in the Michigan Union. Go Blue Box was made possible by a grant from the Planet Blue Innovation Fund which enables students to launch sustainable projects on campus.
Getting your Go Blue Box is simple:
The University of Michigan Residence Halls Association has won the Commitment to Diversity 2012 campus award from the Great Lakes Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (GLACURH).
Last week, CAPS hosted another a "do something and play" event on North Campus, to help promote the idea of playing and relaxing to help manage stress and to work toward achieving balance, even in the midst of a really busy academic schedule/lifestyle. Around 1,000 students really loved the event and were very appreciative.
The event was sponsored and supported by the four schools/colleges on North Campus, the Center for Campus Involvement, and student leaders from the Art & Design Collective.
MESA/Trotter’s 18th annual Taste of Culture was a great way to start the semester! Held at the Trotter Multicultural Center, the event showcased a variety of cultural restaurants from South-East Michigan.
Approximately 900 members of the University of Michigan and Ann Arbor communities enjoyed free food from local restaurants such as Jamaican Jerk Pit, Los Amigos, and Eastern Flame – just to name a few.
Everyone at Michigan is the Michigan Difference. The diversity each student brings to this campus is what makes everyone’s experience at Michigan amazing