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Living the La La Life

From orientation to the Oscars, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul have been at each other’s side, composing songs and writing lyrics. In the last year, they have taken...

Teaming Up

Women’s sports won varsity athletic status at U-M thanks to the efforts of two women. We tell their story on this, the 45th anniversary of Title IX.As the...

The Times, They Were A-Changin’

In the 1960s, Ann Arbor had it all: JFK, MLK, LBJ, and the CIA; hawks, doves, panthers, and pigs; sit-ins, teach-ins, lock-ins, and sleep-ins; radicals on the left,...

No Label, No Problem

Vulfpeck, a funky quartet of U-M alumni, is upending the music industry, rocking the world, and battling Spotify.Every decent band has a golden era. Not every band...

Michigan Is The Common Thread

From Nobel Prize winners and astronauts to noted actors and athletes, U-M alumni have made an impact on the world. They come from different countries and different cultures;...

Summer 2017 Issue

  • Pasek & Paul's Rise
  • Title IX
  • 1960s in Ann Arbor
  • Vulfpeck

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News from State Street to Burton Tower and Angel Hall to The Big House (and everything in between) View all >

On The Diag

Anna Garcia, '17 | Ready to Combat the WorldOur student reporter randomly chats with a fellow student on the Diag.So what are you up to today?...

A Gathering of Hackers

Twice a year, U-M students organize the very successful MHacks, one of the oldest and largest hackathons in the country. For 36 hours, programmers and coders are in a hacker’s paradise.

On The Diag

Beatrice “Bice” Kelly-Andrews: Sign me up!Sophomore, LSAOur student reporter tracks a freshman’s first Festifall.So this is your big moment to learn all about thousands of campus...


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Michigan Musings: An Unlikely Friend

During my freshman year at U-M, I liked to study late at night in the basement of Mary Markley Hall, specifically, the women’s restroom. It was deserted, and...

Michigan Musings: Maize and Blue Through and Through

The small high school I attended, boasting a mere 125 students, was a college-prep school, which meant students studied hard to get into a good university.School spirit was...

Sound Effect

Bernie Krause spent part of his career composing music for films such as “Rosemary’s Baby.” But for more than 40 years, he has recorded the natural world. Can...


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Where in the World is Blue? – Summer 2017

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