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A peek inside a University place.
We ask a U-M faculty member about her field.
For the first time in nearly 18 months, the Diag resumed its normal rhythms on Aug. 30, with students meeting, greeting, eating, and generally having a great time. We spent time over the course of 12 hours recording the comings and goings.
See how many questions you can answer about U-M history, academics, alumni, and more.
This summer, LSA senior Eva Yeh completed an internship with Detroit Disability Power, part of LSA’s Semester in Detroit program. Learn how she applied her education to a real-world experience.
In September 1945, World War II officially came to an end. But news of Japan’s surrender in August prompted celebration at U-M.
The University welcomes students back to campus while also putting COVID protocols into place.
An alumna shares her memory of registering for classes in the 1960s.
In July 1975, President Gerald R. Ford welcomed 64 participants of the U-M Public Service Intern Program to a White House reception.
We ask a student leader to share his story.
A peek inside a University place.
As the world slowly moves toward normalcy, policies and guidance continue to change.
When one alumna got vaccinated at the Big House, she discovered a thrill greater than winning any football rivalry game.
We ask a student leader to share her story.
We ask a student leader to share her story.
Michigan Alumnus spoke with Shelie Miller, an associate professor in the School for Environment and Sustainability and director of the U-M Program in the Environment, about some common misperceptions regarding sustainability.
A peek inside a University place.
A civil rights-era visit to U-M by Martin Luther King Jr. provoked discussions regarding student activism on campus.