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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.
We ask a U-M faculty member about his field.
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.
We ask a U-M faculty member about her field.
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.
The Michigan Union would not be the nexus of campus activity that it is today if not for a student-led effort in the late 1970s.
Rachael Merritt is one of only 32 Americans chosen as a 2022 Rhodes Scholar. Learn what she plans to do with this prestigious scholarship.
The 2021 U-M Annual Report highlights many successes within the University community, despite global challenges.
The University is rolling out a sweeping new initiative to address student mental health struggles holistically.
U-M’s ice hockey team is filled with NHL draft picks, but a title means more.