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"I blurted out, 'Where is Accucopy?'"
In this series, John Wang, ’03, shares his culinary insights.
U-M alumni share their travel photos.
In addition to “commanding” an innovative band of the late 1960s and 1970s, what musician is featured in apiece in the permanent collection of New York’s Museum of Modern Art? See answer below.
Weaving has taken textile designer Carol Cassidy around the world. For more than 30 years, she has been based in Laos, where she creates the highest-quality woven art while employing 50, mostly women, artisans.
A barn in the Ann Arbor area has cheered on the University for years. Here’s the story behind the barn by the side of the road and its plans for the future.
A 2004 U-M class exercise has resulted in plans for a real-world park in the city of Detroit.
Vishen Lakhiani seeks to redefine how we think about everything from our daily routines to the rules that govern how, when, and why we work.
What alumnus’s encounter with McCarthyism became a central plot point of the 2005 film “Good Night, and Good Luck”? See answer below.
U-M alumni share their travel photos.
In this series, John Wang, '03, shares his culinary insights.
On Sept. 11, 2001, one alumna had just started her first year at U-M. She remembers that day.
Twenty years have passed since Sept. 11, but the lives of those lost will never be forgotten. In remembrance of those alumni, we share their stories.
Filmmaker Ursula Liang brings empathy and nuance to a difficult subject in the timely documentary “Down a Dark Stairwell.”
U.S. Rep. Grace Meng, ’97, reintroduced legislation to fight anti-Asian hate, and it was signed into law in May. Meng, also a member of the Alumni Association board, writes here of how the law came to pass and what we all must do to fight hate.
U-M alumni share their throwback photos.
"Natty as ever, my grandfather in his wool cap and my grandmother in her stylish raincoat hugged me, surveyed the room, and handed me a wicker tray of fruit."
In this series, Sara Moulton, ’81, shares her wisdom on all things culinary, from trends and treats to tips.