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Forty years ago, a prankish article in the Michigan Daily helped create a modern myth: Paul McCartney of the Beatles was dead, and he'd been secretly replaced by a double.
U-M's Kelsey Museum of Archaeology opened a new wing this month. See a slideshow of some of its ancient treasures.
Remembering Wolverine great Forest Evashevski; reconsidering "Asperger's Syndrome"; fighting the flu; helping those who help the recession's victims; and more.
In April, President Mary Sue Coleman announced that the University of Michigan's three campuses will go smoke-free in 2011. Now comes the tough part.
Some claim there is little left to know about Impressionism, but an exhibit at the U-M Museum of Art reveals something new: the impact of photography on the movement's greatest artists, including Whistler, Monet, Courbet, Manet and Degas.
U-M has topped all U.S. universities for the amount of public interest measured by media coverage, Internet traffic and social media mentions, according to an independent national analysis released this week.
U-M researchers disclosed 350 new inventions in fiscal year 2009, setting a new record. Despite the state's economic woes, the university licensed eight new startups in the last fiscal year.
50 years later, the Law School remembers "Anatomy of a Murder" and the fly-fishing, U.P.-loving, mushroom hunting, state Supreme Court justice, U-M alum who wrote it. (.pdf format)
U-M researchers and colleagues working in Argentina have discovered how dinosaurs were able to navigate muddy and slippery inclines.
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