Video: physicist Tim McKay tells the mind – boggling story of how we know the universe is expanding.
Archive for January, 2010
U-M helps transform the economy and teacher education; the oldest American in Canada is an alum; two Wolverines, ranked #1 in the world in ice dancing, vie for the Olympics; new A.D. Dave Brandon resolves to heal rifts among U-M fans; and more.
After graduation, Karl Rosaen moved from Michigan to Silicon Valley, where he worked on the now-famous Google Android phone. So when he wanted to start his own high tech firm, where did he go? Back home to Michigan, of course. A story about hope for a new economy.
Second home to radicals, hipsters, jazz lovers, rock stars, nudists, DetBurgers, giant burritos and the Midwest’s most hostile waitstaff, the Del Rio bar embodied countercultural Ann Arbor—until it finally outlived its times and closed. In this book excerpt, the Del’s former owner Ernie Harburg remembers when Ann Arbor was a very different place.
What were the biggest games, the most impressive performances, the best Wolverine teams of the ’00s? Sportswriter John U. Bacon makes his picks. What are yours?
Our film maven looks back at the best movies and big trends of the ’00s.