. . . March 1995|
The Suspension of Jam Handy
In 1903, a seventeen year old freshman is the first student ever to be suspended from the University, due to an article he wrote in the Chicago Tribune.
A Jam Handy Production
A short chronicle of Jam Handy's life after the University of Michigan.
Clicking in the Classroom
Multimedia technology invades the University of Michigan.
Bringing Technology into the Classroom
Developments in technology rapidly taking place at U-M.
Service Learning at Michigan
The past and present of community service and service learning at U-M.
Close to 5,000 students volunteer every year for Project Outreach, a U-M Psychology Department-based community service program.
Engineering uses Total Quality to Help Students Succeed
The College of Engineering establishes a program to assist undergrads whose grades are low and might not know where to go for help.
One of the U-M's best-kept secrets is the School of Music's January concerto competition.
U-M Research Outlays at an All-Time High
Michigan was the leading public research university in the country in 1993-4 for total research expenditures, signifying a remarkably diverse research effort.
It's An Ill Wind...Blowing Some Good
U-M atmospheric scientist James C. G. Walker weighs the benefits vs. the drawbacks of smog.
Seasoned Critics: Gael Greene and Ruth Reichl
Visits with alumnae who are food critics--one for New York Magazine, the other for the New York Times.
100 Years of a Piercing Glance
Article looking at medical technology through the history of the X-ray.
Human interest article focusing on the lives of four U-M alumni and their experiences at and after college.
Plenty O' Somethin'
Professor James Standifer proposes a 90-minute film documentary, Porgy and Bess: An American Voice, which will examine the opera from historical, racial, social, and gender perspectives.
Sitting On Top of the World
Two Michigan graduates embark on the 1995 American Mt. Everest Expedition.
The 'Guernica' of the Holocaust
Bara Zetter, U-M arts alumna, focuses her life on the story of a painting done by a Holocaust survivor.
Faculty Patents Are Up
The U-M Technology Management Office honors U-M researchers who have received patents in the last year.
March Of the Flowers
The annual Flower and Garden Show of Matthaei Botanical Gardens approaches.
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