Many presidents of many organizations have come and gone from this campus, but none have a bigger impact on everyday life here at the University of Michigan-Dearborn than the president of student government.Read more
On March 16, the Student Government held a town hall meeting with Chancellor Daniel Little which invited the chancellor to discuss current student related issues.Read more
The two events show what the university can offer its visitors.Read more
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson visited the University of Michigan-Dearborn and spoke to students and faculty explaining DHS, its history, the adjustments made to the department since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and their precautions installed in light of recent attacks world wide.Read more
UM-Dearborn Police Chief and Director of Public Safety Kevin Williams shares his experiences of studying and working on campus.Read more
BY SASCHA RAIYN, News Editor Student Government hosted a Constitution Day event on Wednesday, Sept. 22 to commemorate the creationRead more
This past Friday, Mark Schlissel was officially inaugurated as the fourteenth president of the University of Michigan. Among those in attendance were Governor Rick Snyder and University of Michigan-Dearborn’s own Student Government President Sarah Elhelou and Vice President Bradley Pischea.
Along with being invited to the ceremony, both Elhelou and Pischea were active participants. Both students were in dress robes and Pischea was given the duty of carrying the UM-Dearborn flag.
Criminal Justice and Political Science double major, Bradley Pischea is always dressed to par while on UM-Dearborn Campus. You canRead more
On a fourth down attempt, with the ball approximately 10 yards from the end zone, Beydoun was looking for a receiver that appeared to be wide open, but then defensive back and self-proclaimed “LeBron James of flag football” Michael Parker, came away with a big stop to keep it a one possession game.Read more