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How U-M coach Fritz Crisler and World War Two created modern football.
Plus: Lloyd Carr retires as associate athletic director
She won a Pulitzer Prize for uncovering tragic events at a New Orleans hospital following Hurricane Katrina, but that was just one small part of a remarkable career.
More words that give the state its particular flavor.
The great writer Alan Sillitoe wrote two of the finest novels to inspire movies ever.
How Dwayne McDuffie created some of the comics' first black superheroes, invented the first heroic clean-up crew, and keeps kids TV icon Ben 10 in business.
On the 50th anniversary of the Peace Corps, we revisit Michigan Today's story about the JFK speech at the Union that started it all.
Plus: U-M/Peace Corps stories.
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What Division Street divided
July 14, 2010
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is an author and historian. His new book, The Man He Became: How Franklin Roosevelt Defied Polio to Win the Presidency, will be published by Simon & Schuster in November.