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U-M alumni share photos of their throwback photos.
An alumna shares the story of when her grandparents came to visit her on campus.
In this series, Sara Moulton, ’81, shares her wisdom on all things culinary, from trends and treats to tips.
The Block M’s importance to the University is relatively recent, despite its seemingly long history.
Father-son duo Stan and Braylon Edwards enjoyed decorated football careers, donning the winged helmet as U-M students. But they have found the University’s power extends far beyond the football field.
The University paid tribute to those who gave their lives in World War II at a special reunion in 1946.
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.
U-M alumni remember the moment they learned of their acceptance into U-M.
"We got our affairs together, celebrated my birthday early, and said goodbye at the airport. We had been married four months."
In this series, Sara Moulton, ’81, shares her wisdom on all things culinary, from trends and treats to tips.
U-M alumni share photos of their Maize and Blue pets.
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.
A U-M connection led to an altruistic organ donation, despite COVID-19 and a cancer scare.
An interracial couple who married in 1912 while U-M students encountered insidious racism but endured.
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.