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Red might be the traditional color of Valentine’s Day, but for many U-M alumni, true love’s hue is Maize and Blue.
Sarah Hubbard savors the opportunity to serve on the U-M board of regents following her November election.
Wolverines raised more than $19,000 for the LEAD Scholars Emergency Assistance Fund.
"We had no new insights, no startling revelations ... But Professor Weeks made us feel like we might."
In this series, Sara Moulton, ’81, shares her wisdom on all things culinary, from trends and treats to tips.
What epidemiologist went from Alcatraz Island in San Francisco to combatting smallpox in India? See answer below.
U-M alumni photos from around the world.
Ken Fischer, the former president of the University Musical Society, shares his most memorable moments with performers from his recently published book, “Everybody In, Nobody Out.”
Former U-M basketball star Trey Burke, who signed a three-year deal with the Dallas Mavericks in mid-November, speaks about the lessons he has learned since college, his COVID-19 experience, and why he has plenty of great ball to play.
Chef Sara Moulton, ’81, shares tips on how to fix holiday-cooking disasters.
The president of United Airlines, U-M alumnus Brett Hart, shares why flying is safer than ever during the pandemic.
U-M alumni photos from around the world.
In this series, Sara Moulton, '81, shares her wisdom on all things culinary, from trends and treats to tips.
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.
“It is important that we continue to gather in spirit by looking out for one another.”
What researcher pioneered one of the world’s first polio vaccines after working with U-M’s head of epidemiology? See answer below.
Conservation ecologist David O’Connor has traveled a long, winding, and unlikely journey.
In her latest book, psychiatrist Christine Montross looks at the mental harm that mass incarceration imposes on inmates.