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U-M alumnus Paul Milgrom’s pioneering work in auction theory leads to a Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences.
Before anyone else, the University of Chicago Maroons where U-M’s Big Ten football rival.
The debut episode of Voices of Victors recounts a life-defining trip to the Big House and the story of an academic icon who became an inspiration for fans and students alike.
In 1977, a U-M conductor combined music and Halloween revelry to create a new October tradition.
When then-Sen. John F. Kennedy spoke to students in October 1960, he inspired them to take the first steps toward the establishment of the Peace Corps.

This article was originally published in the early fall 2010 issue of Michigan Alumnus magazine.

U-M alumni photos from around the world.
U-M Professor Angela Dillard provides details on the Democracy & Debate theme semester.
In this series, Sara Moulton, '81, shares her wisdom on all things culinary, from trends and treats to tips.
We catch up with one of our former LEAD Scholars.
A peek inside a University place.
Bob Woodruff, JD’87, and his son, Mack, are the duo behind a new series called “Rogue Trip,” documenting four months of adventurous travel in troubled countries.
The Alumni Education Gateway shares U-M insights, research, and thoughts on the upcoming election.
Current events may have erected new obstacles, but 2020 has also raised the stakes in spurring young voters to the polls.
Emerita Lorna Goodison discusses her art, teaching, and activism.
We ask a student leader to share his story.
The Ann Arbor Summer Festival changes for safety.
The COVID-19 pandemic put a surreal spin on the arrival of the University's 2020-21 academic year.