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As U-M was getting ready to celebrate a major milestone in its existence in 1912, the school discovered a surprising fact: the famous Maize and Blue had not been officially defined.
While starring in her own television series has elevated Michelle Oakley’s profile, life as a veterinarian remains her foremost priority.
We take a peek inside a University place.
In this series, John Wang, '03, shares his culinary insights.
We ask a U-M faculty member about his field.
Shakespeare in the Arb returns to celebrate its 20th anniversary after two-year hiatus.
Jules Pieri helped house a refugee couple from Afghanistan and, in the process, gained new family members.
Two former U-M students have grown their screen printing business from a two-man dorm room hustle into a company with 200 employees and 25 retail locations in 13 states.
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.
We catch up with one of our former LEAD Scholars.
We can never pick when the world shifts, so seeking growth on purpose prepares us for being comfortable with these forced adaptations.
What alumnus was president and general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers when he signed Jackie Robinson, thus breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball?
A look at the watery offerings of Ann Arbor parks.
U-M alumni share their travel photos.
The United States’ and Japan’s passion for baseball proved to be a tool for cultural exchange in the 1920s and 30s, and U-M’s prowess on the field contributed to it.
What makes the ongoing fight for environmental and climate justice a civil rights issue? In this episode, we explore environmental burdens and their disproportionate impacts on indigenous communities through conversations with United Tribes of Michigan leader Frank Ettawageshik, ’70, and climate justice advocate Juan Jhong Chung, MS’20, MUP’22.
Read the inspiring story of 2022 LEAD graduate Adetola Ojo
Get a slight taste of the rustic spirit and fun of the Alumni Association’s family camp in Northern Michigan.