On Saturday, Oct. 3 the Indian-American Student Association (IASA) hosted the Gandhi (Day) Jayanti Day of Service.
Taking place on Sept. 30 on the UC stage, Alpha Psi Lambda Co-Ed Fraternity and the Office for Student Engagement held a trivia game to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month. Read Guest Columnist Julianne Saad’s reflection on the event.
Friends of the Rouge, a nonprofit organization that’s dedicated to preserving the Rouge River, will be offering classes to property owners along the riverfront dealing with safety procedures in case of flooding.
During the week of Sept. 21, The Office of Student Engagement and the Latin American Student Association (LASA) hosted two events in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Read Guest Columnist Julianne Saad’s reflections on “Soup & Conversation” and “Salsa Night.”
Amnesty International is a human rights organization with a presence in more than 150 countries. Get to know the students who make up UM-Dearborn’s chapter of the prolific activist group.
Traveling is the gateway to new experiences, opening eyes and minds to what life is like outside of the personal bubble that is cast by the minutiae of everyday life. At UM-Dearborn, the Office of International Affairs (OIA) is instrumental in making this possible for students through study abroad initiatives.
Learn about Hispanic heritage as Guest Columnist Julianne Saad participates in events related to Hispanic Heritage Month and reflects on them in a weekly column.
The Alfred Berkowitz Gallery held a public reception on Saturday, Sept. 18 from 5-7 p.m. to present a new exhibition titled “A True Impact: Celebrating the Stamelos Legacy.” The exhibition will be on display until Jan. 18, 2016.