Experience Chinese folk music by the Shanghai University Chinese Orchestra, comprised of more than forty musicians on tour in the US.
Dr. David Cleary will speak on South America as a Global Breadbasket: China, Europe and the Environmental Implications on Oct. 6 at 7 p.m.
All members of the UM community are invited to attend the annual reception honoring women faculty, staff, and graduate students on Oct. 8
Bicycles may travel on Grove Loop through the Sorority Row intersection until reaching Union plaza, where they must exit and use caution.
Foster a campus climate in which all students feel safe, supported, respected, and affirmed, regardless of sexual orientation or identity.
Angela Pulley Hudson, discusses her book "Real Native Genius: How an Ex-Slave and a White Mormons Became Famous Indians."
Neuroscience & Learning: Healing the Injured Brain -- 10/19 & 20. Reduced registration available for UM-SOE students.
Discover the ways that the meaning of Lytle Collection films have changed as they have been re-used in contemporary documentaries.
Maarten Zwiers discusses "Southern Popular Culture and Politics in the 1970s."
Miss. Humanities Council Lecture by Dr. Hilary Becker, Ass't. Prof. of Classics & 2015 MHC Humanities Teacher of the Year at UM. Oct. 28
Cynthia Joyce speaks about her new book.
119 photos: Students enjoy the Rebel Challenge Course.
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