FEATURE ARTICLES

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David Turnley, Jim Harbaugh, and the Power of Pictures

When David Turnley teamed up with Jim Harbaugh, it resulted in a compelling pictorial book and a new friendship.It all began with a signed photo of Nelson Mandela...

Greek Revival

Incidents in the winter of 2015 may have tarnished the reputation of Greek life at U-M, but they also led to a period of reflection, transformation, and...

Political Junkie

From a nonpartisan perch, Norman Ornstein has observed American politics for more than 40 yearsIt’s been called the most unpredictable presidential election the country has ever seen, and...

Warde Manuel: Driving for Success

As U-M’s new athletic director, Warde Manuel returns to his alma mater to oversee one of the country’s largest athletic departments. And his goals are relatively simple:...

The Making of “Maize & Blue On Broadway”

What happened when U-M musical theater alumni learned that Brent Wagner was retiring after 32 years as department chair? They set in motion a 17-month plan to...

Fall 2016 Issue

  • First Season Photos
  • Righting Greek Life
  • Norman Ornstein: Political Pundit
  • Top Chef Izard

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AROUND THE U

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

On The Diag

Hevhynn Jackson: Follow the LeaderSophomore, LSAOur student reporter randomly checks out the action on the Diag.What made you want to be a summer orientation leader?I didn’t...

On the Diag

Sam Francey, LSA StudentWhat are you doing on the Diag right now?I am flyering for my improv show tomorrow night.Your improv show?Yeah, “Farewell to Rachel” with the Impro-fessionals.So...

The Perpetual Motion of a Student-Athlete

We get an inside look at a track and field athlete as she goes about her day.The comings and goings any U-M student are a constant bustle...

ALUMNI NEWS + NOTES

Here’s what’s happening with your fellow Wolverines View all >

Preventing Tragedy

Following the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School four years ago, Tim Makris and other parents launched an organization to help stop future violence.On Dec. 14, 2012, Tim...

Keep on Trekkin’

It was in September 1966 that the starship Enterprise first warped into American living rooms on its five-year mission to boldly go where no man had gone before....

Michigan Musings: My Online Doppelganger

Since 2006, a guy who lives in Virginia has been reading my email. It’s not his fault; we have the same name — Adam Rosen — and nearly...

MAKING TRACKS

Check out how Wolverines show their pride around the world View all >

Making Tracks: Fall 2016

Making Tracks: Summer 2016

Making Tracks: Spring 2016

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