June 20, 2011
It's "lights out" for students at the University of Michigan campus system.
University officials are imposing a smoking ban on all of its campuses, including one in Flint.
The ban affects all buildings, but also applies to much of the outdoors.
People will still be allowed to smoke in their cars, or on a public sidewalk.
Some students are smoking mad about the change.
While others say it's a breath of fresh air.
The smoking ban starts on July 1.