As part of a campus-wide effort to share information about the weekend of March 15 – 17, campus and community officials sent a proactive message to the student body about showing maize-and-blue pride, staying safe, celebrating responsibly, and being considerate of each other and the community. Read the full text of the message here.
As U-M Senior Guard Josh Bartelstein has said, "This is the last stretch. There isn't a lot of practice now, so this is the time to go for it. We've had a great season so far, and I think we'll have a lot of special memories that will keep coming." You are invited to the watch parties as our team creates memories at the 2013 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament.
While you might be wearing green on St. Patrick’s Day, you can still choose to stay true and stay blue. Here are some tips for having a fun weekend, while choosing to be safe and legal. "Staying in the Blue" means keeping your blood alcohol content (BAC) at .06 or below. A reminder that there are a lot of students who choose not to drink, and they are always in the blue.
View our slideshow of University of Michigan students enjoying past St. Patrick’s Days around campus. Many of our students make the most of their St. Patrick's Day by choosing not to drink or by Staying in the Blue. Check it out.
Campus will be full of exciting events during the weekend of March 15-17, from Honors Convocation to the participation of the Men's Basketball Team in the Big 10 Conference tournament. As Wolverines, it’s important to show our maize-and-blue pride while respecting the Michigan community, other fans, and our competitors.