Upcoming Events

Wednesday, April 16

  • 7:00pm

     Adaptation of Robert Harling's popular drama celebrates the strength of 6 humorous and individualistic women who pull together when tragedy strikes and one of them dies of complications from diabetes. Followed by a talk by a U-M research scientist on advances in diabetes research and treatment.

  • 7:00pm

    This film is about the political struggle in Punjab in the '80s and '90s and corruption in government and police forces. Presented by the Sikh Student Association in honor of the 30th anniversary of the Sikh Massacre in India.

  • 8:00pm

    This documentary film showcases the challenges, discrimination, and harassment that people who transgress the gender binary system face in gendered bathrooms. Discussion will follow.

Thursday, April 17

Friday, April 18

Saturday, April 19

Sunday, April 20

Monday, April 21

Tuesday, April 22

Wednesday, April 23

  • 7:00pm

    Taped broadcast of the National Theatre (London) live production of a play about an English teenage boy and his beloved plough horse, shipped off from Devon to a French battlefield at the start of WWI. The play features life-size puppets, created by the South African Handspring Puppet Company, that bring the charging, snorting horses to life. 

  • 9:00pm - 10:30pm

    FREE!!!!!  Presented by U-M’s Contexts for Classics. Beginning at 5pm, an interdisciplinary panel of U-M faculty will present FIVE CLOSE READINGS of the facade of Angell Hall. At 7pm, a live DJ-- hoisted twenty feet above the crowd--entertains students and community members. Laser light show by Mike Gould and Illuminatus. Free hot tea for the first 500 dancers! 

  • 9:00pm

    Outdoor Film and Pizza Pajama Party 

Friday, April 25

Saturday, April 26

Sunday, April 27

Tuesday, April 29

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