U-M’s Student Life launches new website to help students find community during pandemic
'The Cube' is motionless in the video portraying an empty U-M campus. ANN ARBOR – Life during the coronavirus pandemic has been turned upside down, and for college students whose normal experience relies so heavily on social interactions, this year in isolation has left many feeling disconnected. In response, University of Michigan’s Student Life recently launched Find Community, a new website geared toward helping students connect with one another. The site has suggestions for a variety of interests, including those who want to:Join a student organizationJoin a fraternity or sororityConnect with others and exerciseConnect with others and volunteerLearn about leadership opportunitiesConnect with resources during a difficult time“Meeting people, participating in Student Orgs, volunteering and just getting involved is so essential to the campus equation,” Susan Thwing from Student Life Communications wrote A4 via email. “Student Life’s new Find Community website is available to help by providing many options for getting involved either virtually or through activities with safety protocols in place.”For more information, visit www.studentlife.umich.edu/find-community.
Sisters of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority show support for vice President-elect Kamala Harris
She is the first woman, Black woman and Indian-American person to hold the office. READ: Biden inauguration: Viewer guide to Jan. 20, 2021For years, members of Alpha Kappa Alpha have been leading by example and setting the standard. We are beaming with excitement and pride,” said Great Lakes Regional Director Carrie J. Clark with Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. “To ascend to the second-highest position as a woman, as a woman of color, and, oh by the way, as a woman of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. “Seeing Kamala Harris become the Vice President is not just Howard history or black history, it’s American history,” Townsel said.