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To whet your travel appetite, learn about just a few of the many trips you can take in 2022 with Michigan Alumni Travel.
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.
As people begin to reconnect in person, the arts at U-M are poised to present exciting new developments.
In July 1975, President Gerald R. Ford welcomed 64 participants of the U-M Public Service Intern Program to a White House reception.
The Block M’s importance to the University is relatively recent, despite its seemingly long history.
As the world slowly moves toward normalcy, policies and guidance continue to change.
The University paid tribute to those who gave their lives in World War II at a special reunion in 1946.
While COVID-19 dominated the health news cycle over the past year, research continued to uncover new ways to combat other illnesses.
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.
Jason DeCamillis, who is legally blind, yearned to fly a plane. A U-M professor helped make his dream come true.
For more than a century, Michigras, an annual April festival welcoming spring, also served as a “fun raiser” for campus causes.
In commemoration of Earth Day on April 22, the Alumni Education Gateway shares insights from the U-M community on the environment, sustainability, and policies that affect the planet.
U-M alumni remember the moment they learned of their acceptance into U-M.
We ask a student leader to share her story.
The Alumni Education Gateway shares insights from the U-M community on research pertaining to women’s history, health, and pressing social issues.
Natalia Molina won a MacArthur Fellowship for studying the history of different racial and ethnic groups from their perspective. Now, she is researching her own family.
As the calendar turns from winter to spring, Nichols Arboretum will once again become a quiet haven of flowers and fauna. But history reveals its past was not always so peaceful.