The UM-Dearborn chapter of the American Association for University Women (AAUW) organized a screening of the National Geographic/Fox Searchlight documentary, “He Named Me Malala,” last Wednesday in Kochoff Hall.Read more
Anticipation filled the air on Thursday afternoon as the University of Michigan-Dearborn volleyball team was introduced to new Head Coach Eric Stark. The team gathered at the Fieldhouse before traveling to Kochoff Hall, the setting for the introduction.Read more
Cultures united at the University of Michigan-Dearborn on Friday, March 7 during a bash of international music and art hosted by the University’s GLOBE.
GLOBE is dedicated to integrating the campus and bridging gaps between different ethnicities, and the International Music and Arts Expo (IMAX) did just that.
Upon arrival to the event, one was greeted with the sights and smells of various cultures of the world. Decorative tables lined the walls of Kochoff Hall, promoting artifacts of the world. Posters provided facts about various cultures as well.Read more
Students and faculty on University of Michigan-Dearborn’s campus will gather together for a Leadership Lens film series next week, on February 12 and 13 in Kochoff Hall B and House of Maize and Blue in the Union at Dearborn. The series will expose controversial issues throughout the world and after the screening students and staff will be able to share their thoughts and ideas about the film.Read more
The annual Cultural Expo took place on Thursday, March 15, 2013 in Kochoff Hall. This event exemplified what it means to live in a diverse world.Read more
Heather Ault, a graphic artist, researcher and abortion rights activist, gave her “4000 Years for Choice” presentation Thursday evening at Kochoff Hall in the University Center about the history and conflicts of abortion, contraceptive devices, and the research and artwork it inspired her to create.Read more
“The purpose of the event is to provide students an opportunity to network with business owners and learn the steps to owning their own businesses,” said Fluker. Fluker said Black History Month is important because it is a time for students to “learn, reflect, and grow.”Read more
University of Michigan-Dearborn students had the opportunity to explore the history of discrimination in Detroit housing with a one day traveling exhibit that appeared in Kochoff Hall last week.Read more
Homecoming Week is taking over the University of Michigan-Dearborn from October 8-13. Various events will be taking place throughout the week in preparation for the Homecoming football game versus Illinois on Saturday.Read more
October is National Breast Cancer month. The University of Michigan-Dearborn has a few events this week to both raise awareness, as well as honoring those we have loved and lost due to breast cancer.Read more