This Week in the Shapiro Lobby: November 28 - December 4, 2016

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On Display

Native American Heritage Month
Monday 11/28 - Sunday 12/4
The Shapiro Lobby continues to recognize Native American Heritage Month this week with a digital exhibit created by the Native American Students Association (NASA), UM Peer Information Counseling program (PIC), and University Library Operations. It was designed by Michelle Sheng and organized by Jasmine Pawlicki.

This exhibit showcases the history of Native American Heritage Month and why it is important, with slides that take us through the unique history and experiences of Native Americans through colonization. It also turns our focus on Native American relationships with the University of Michigan, what are the Native American student groups at UM, and provides information for Native American History Month events.

Spectrum Center (Worlds AIDS Day)
Monday 11/28 - Sunday 12/4
The Spectrum Center will be presenting information about Worlds AIDS Day on the video wall. Information includes the importance of knowing your status and information on getting tested.


Open Reading: Woolf's A Room of One's Own
Friday 12/2 10 am - 2 pm
Open reading provided by the students of English 313.

Information Tables

Central Student Government
Monday 11/28 from 9 am - 1pm

Active Minds at the University of Michigan
Tuesday 11/29 from 11 am - 4 pm
Active Minds will be providing information on how to maintain mental wellness during the winter months as well as candy.