Small Grants – Barger Leadership Institute

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Right to Success

By Ismael Rivera-Padilla The Right to Success event occurred on March 15, 2024, marking a significant milestone in ourongoing commitment to empowering marginalized students from underrepresented communities.Collaboratively organized by Delta Tau Lambda Sorority Incorporated and Sigma Lambda BetaInternational Fraternity Incorporated, this annual program aims to provide an enrichingexperience for students by offering an informative and […]

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University of Michigan Science Olympiad

By Pooja Yalavarthi The University of Michigan Science Olympiad Invitational brings over 1000 middle and highschool students from around the country to central campus annually to compete in variousevents focusing on subjects such as computer science, cellular biology, public health, andphysics. Our goal is to foster an interest in STEM in middle and high school

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Indian American Student Association

By Priya Kalra Each year, the Indian American Student Association (IASA) at the University of Michigan runs thelargest student-run non-competitive production in North America. This year, the event took place onNovember 3rd at the Michigan Theater and featured student performances through over ten dances thatrepresent various aspects of Indian culture. This show brings together members

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Muslim Student Association – Michigan Active Citizen Alternative Spring Break

By Taaseen Kibria The goal of Michigan Active Citizen – Alternative Spring Break (MAC-ASB) is “…to fosteractive citizenship by engaging with community partners to cultivate an understanding of socialjustice issues and to create a community of positive social change on the University of Michigancampus and beyond.” Due to covid, MAC-ASB has not been able to

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Wellness Journals for Wolverines

By Taylor Burnham Mental health and wellbeing are essential for college students; living in a healthyheadspace allows us to work effectively and properly balance our multiple responsibilities. Onecommon outlet used to monitor and assess one’s mental health is wellness journaling. Journalingutilizes writing and creativity to document our thoughts and emotions, enabling us to becomemore self-aware

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