The Ambassador of the Arab League, Mohammad Al-Husseini Al Sharif was on campus last Thursday discussing current issues in the Middle East, such as the Arab Spring, Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, Egypt, Syria, and other topics.
President Barack Obama visited Ann Arbor on Wednesday, April 2 to give a speech about raising the minimum wage nationwide.
This past Friday, with 17 in favor and 5 against, Student Government voted to pass a resolution calling to create an advisory committee to review the University’s financial investments.
The Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) held a weeklong campaign titled “Israeli Apartheid Week” from Monday, March 10 to March 13.
On January 31, the University of Michigan-Dearborn’s Student Government Organization hosted a phone bank in the Student Organization office to reach out to several representatives and Senators to endorse the Senate Bill No. 408, which will provide a 50 percent tax credit for repayment of loans.
Students got a chance to voice ask questions and voice their concerns to student government members last Tuesday at Kochoff Hall.
University of Michigan-Dearborn student, Alex Garza was recently elected into 3rd place for the Taylor City Council.
Members from the University of Michigan Board of Regents and the Presidential Search Advisory Committee met with UM-Dearborn staff and students on Friday to discuss their search for a new university president.
Recent changes within the University of Michigan-Dearborn’s administration has got the students talking about who should take the place of Mary Sue Coleman, the president, who is currently retiring. Here’s what students had to say.
If you were to compare the circumstances surrounding the Detroit Mayoral Primaries to that of a soap opera television drama, you’d find quite a few similarities; controversies run rampant, characters (candidates) are constantly bickering at one another, and there is no shortage of entertainment