A tough heroine in 1870s Ann Arbor was the star of a novel about U-M's early days.
Tons of trash, visitors from all over the earth and the 50-Yard-Line Club keep it hopping. Plus: football update and stadium photos.
Energy makes everything we do possible, but its essence is elusive. Still, we know some basic truths about how it behaves.
Writing in the margins of books is wrong. Right?
For the first time, video outdoes film in a major movie. It might be the start of a revolution.
It's no ivory tower. When students enroll in the Semester in Detroit, they live, study and work in the city. They build relationships with tough, creative colleagues. And they literally get their hands dirty.
Related: Semester in Detroit website
In July, artist and alumnus Tony Rosenthal, creator of the Cube, passed away. In this slideshow, we see his creation serving as shelter, playground, inspiration for whimsy, prop for protests, and more.
U-M in the News
Andy Warhol photos come to the Museum of Art; U-M rated #4 public university by US News; the outcome of the investigation into the football team remains difficult to predict; and more.
Maybe. Maybe not. But one thing's certain: young people who do live together think it's the best way to head off divorce later.
"If you want your kids to do well in school, then the amount of education you get yourself is important," said U-M's Pamela Davis-Kean.
In an effort to keep lakes and streams clean, municipalities around the country are banning or restricting the use of phosphorus-containing lawn fertilizers, which can kill fish and cause smelly algae blooms and other problems when the phosphorus washes out of the soil and into waterways.
About 75 percent of the participants at the U-M Bike Camp typically learn to ride in five days. It's a daunting task: The children and young adults at this camp have autism or Down syndrome.