. . . June 1994|
A Wise Move
Women in science and engineering room together in new residence program..
Joy in an Unfolding Field
Chemist Isabella Karle receives nation's richest science prize.
A New Woman of the 19th Century
Alice Freeman Palmer, class of 1876, combined marriage and a career.
Back in Business After 40 Years
Beatrice Guyton completing a college education begin in 1952.
Commitment to a Dream
Jane Bloomfrom chicken farmer with 10 kids and no college degree to doctor.
U-M Launches Plan to Foster Success of Women
'Michigan Agenda for Women' takes the lead in promoting women's success.
Dalai Lama delivers Wallenberg Lecture
Nobel Laureate tells audience of 9,000, "build a happier world."
Hentoff, Panel Tackle Free vs. Hate Speech
a discussion of "Free Versus Hate Speech in the Academic Setting."
Holocaust Memorial is Dedicated
Sculpture by noted artist Leonard Baskin dedicated near Rackham Building.
A dramatic reading sparks discussion of sensitive issues on campuses.
'Love's Pow'rful Queen'
Women's views of love make the publishing world go 'round.
Readers (Anonymously), Writers and Critics Reflect on 'Them'
Reading romance novels at a big U is strictly non-U.
At the Kitchen Table
Why one author writes romance novels.
My Hero...You Villain!
The role of an ancient ritual in shaping romance novels.
Romance Yea or Nay
Opinions on the worth of romance novels.
Romancing the Buck
Women readers, buyers and writers continue to dominate the publishing world.
Michigan's Au Sable Light Station has a role in alumna Laura Halford's novel.
Growth in Endowment Fund Helps Secure U-M Future
U-M Endowment Fund is a financial foundation for education and research.
New Gifts, Investment Gains Spur Endowment Growth
Private generosity coupled with changes in investment strategy.
Endowed Chairs Are at the Base of University's Intellectual Life
"Fully endowed chairs ... are the prestigious cornerstones of a university."
Would Paul Graham Go Pro or Stay in School
A College of Engineering senior reveals his future plans.
Michigan women win second straight Big Ten track title.
MBA Students Say 'Stay in School'
MBA students host 7th through 10th graders from Benton Harbor, Michigan.
Professor's Heroic Efforts Delight His Students
Prof. James Winn's heroic couplet gallops over a 150-year period.
'Look For the Dog'
Award-winning teacher tells students to persist in seeking the big picture.
Seven Receive Honorary Degrees
And students recognized for their academic achievements.
Cartoonist Guisewite addresses LSA grads
Cathy Guisewite '72, creator of "Cathy," says "remember what you love."
Beth Wymer's Parents Made the Most of Their Bouncing Baby Girl
Fear of heights is not one of junior Beth Wymer's problems.
Return to Figuration
A new exhibition at the Museum of Art.
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