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To Gather Again

Michigan Alumnus celebrates a century’s worth of images of students gathering on campus.
By Gregory Lucas-Myers, ’10

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A campus with no students is like a play without actors. While looking forward to the days when students can gather again on campus, Michigan Alumnus looks back at a century’s worth of images from U-M’s Bentley Historical Library. Regardless of the era, these images show students’ penchant for gathering on campus in all sorts of ways, from cheering on athletes to protesting policy changes.


Gregory Lucas-Myers, ’10, is assistant editor of Michigan Alumnus.

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