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David Siev, ’15, pens a love letter to his ‘imperfect’ hometown in a critically acclaimed documentary.
As the Alumni Association celebrates its 125th year, Michigan Alum delved into its archives to highlight various key moments in the organization’s history.
We ask a U-M faculty member about their field and research.
We take a peek inside a University place.
Sophia Holley Ellis, ’49, MS’50, MA’64, fought conventions and dedicated her life to creating opportunities for future generations.
We ask a student to share his story.
Carol Jantsch, ’06, is breathing new life into an often-overlooked brass instrument and winning accolades for her pioneering role.
John Wang, ’03, reflects on the mission of his business, Queens Night Market.
“I’d acquired the name of my firstborn child because I was too tired from cramming all night to clearly enunciate my own name.”
LEAD Scholar Nick Daly pursues new industry opportunities thanks to LEAD support, connections.
A 1951 Hopwood Award winner, what alumnus was an influential poet and leading figure at the New York School, an informal group of artists, writers, and musicians?
U-M alums share their travel photos.
Flint’s only Black female bookstore owner is creating a diverse, inclusive destination just a block from campus.
A great sponsor and mentor once gave me a chance. You should look to do the same.
We take a look at a few of the earliest U-M alumnae.
U-M’s bold leadership on diversity is both right and business savvy.
Hundreds gather on the Diag to honor the victims of the deadly shooting at MSU.
Join us as we celebrate and lift Black voices.