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Richard Hill Jr. (front bottom left) and a group of students pose on the front porch of 1017 Catherine Street in 1910. The photo comes from a collection donated to the Bentley Historical Library by Hill’s granddaughter, Sharon Patton.

Life at 1017 Catherine Street

Rare photos offer a glimpse into early campus life for Black students, expanding research avenues for the Bentley Historical Library’s African American Student Project.

Patrick Carter photograph

Office Hours: Patrick Carter

U-M School of Medicine and School of Public Health associate professor Patrick Clark discusses the U-M Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention and its research.

Richard Hill Jr. (front bottom left) and a group of students pose on the front porch of 1017 Catherine Street in 1910. The photo comes from a collection donated to the Bentley Historical Library by Hill’s granddaughter, Sharon Patton.

Life at 1017 Catherine Street

Rare photos offer a glimpse into early campus life for Black students, expanding research avenues for the Bentley Historical Library’s African American Student Project.

Patrick Carter photograph

Office Hours: Patrick Carter

U-M School of Medicine and School of Public Health associate professor Patrick Clark discusses the U-M Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention and its research.

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Guest Column: Tribute to Steve Grafton

In March, Alumni Association President and CEO Steve Grafton announced his retirement after leading the organization for 28 years. Here, U-M President Mary Sue Coleman pays tribute to Grafton.