While still a U-M student, Nicole Khamis, BA ’17, responded to an international crisis by founding a refugee assistance program.
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In 1910, U-M students attended class in unventilated buildings; spit on the floors and sidewalks; and contracted tuberculosis in alarming numbers. Good times!
It’s been home away from home for Jewish students for nearly a century, offering everything from free Shabbat dinners to spiritual support and academic guidance.
In the 1920s African-American and white students joined hands to fight racial bias — but the University was unsympathetic.
The smallest of all U-M housing units is a vibrant model of the University’s diversity ideal.
In the 1960s the title of hippest town in the Midwest most certainly belonged to Ann Arbor, home to a vibrant music scene and a host of hip clubs. Among the very hippest was a small converted print shop called Canterbury House.