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Two innovative students share their story.
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.
A peek inside a University place.
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.
Alum hopes to bring back a sense of community through a virtual event on the Diag.
One of Michigan’s storied football rivalries had humble beginnings, as a pair of U-M players served to bridge a gap and teach the game to Notre Dame.
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.
We take a peek inside a University place.
Sean Esteban McCabe, director of the Center for the Study of Drugs, Alcohol, Smoking, and Health, discusses substance use disorder symptoms in adolescents and how those linger into adulthood.
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.
U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson delivered U-M’s most famous commencement speech in 1964. Learn the story of what led to that event.
From the late 1980s to the early 2000s, one April tradition gave U-M administrators a headache and student participants an unorthodox freedom: the Naked Mile.
LSA professor Kristie Dotson discusses the intersection of feminist philosophy and epistemology — our understanding of knowledge.
We take a peek inside a University place.
With the dismissal of Mark Schlissel and the search for the University’s 15th president underway, the University looks to the future.
We ask a student leader to share her story.
Oluwaferanmi Okanlami sustained an injury that paralyzed him from the chest down, an experience that provided a view of disability “from the other side of the stethoscope.”
How one student’s racially discriminatory experience led to a short-lived, but impactful, U-M club.