. . . Spring 1998|
'Let Us Cast Our Net as Widely as We Can'---An interview with Provost Nancy Cantor.
The Return of 1947's Mad Magicians---The '48 Rose Bowl victors take the field in Pasadena 50 years later.
Rose Bowl Glory---A Michigan Daily report on the end of "the greatest football season in school history."
He Backs The Line---The Federal Reserve Bank in Los Angeles is one of many major structures 1948 Rose Bowler Dan Dworsky '50 has designed, including Crisler Arena.
Fanfare for a Scholarship---The Louise G. and Lawton Johnson Engineering Class of '31 scholarship recipient is tooting the horn of his benefactor.
Reading the Future---More than 80 U-M students tutor locally in the nationwide AmericaReads program.
A Rose is a Rhodes---When she gets to Oxford University this fall, Rhodes Scholar Fiona Rose '98 is looking forward to more than her studies.
The View From Midstream---The information revolution is to be explored by British and American scholars, many of them former Marshall Scholars.
Opera Major---Many people believe that voice majors at Michigan are giving sterling performances thanks to Joshua Major.
The Voice of Verrett---Shirley Verrett's successful operatic career has helped her nurture new talent since she became a U-M voice professor in 1996.
Wishbones and Giggles---"What do your vocal cords look like? Do you know?" asks music Prof. Shirley Verrett.
Master Architects/Master Plan---Venturi Scott Brown Associates, the Philadelphia-based architectural firm, is developing a master plan for the University.
Stadium Concept---A proposed new look for Michigan Stadium.
Wiring History---Archivists struggle to keep electronic tabs on paperless documents.
The Making of America---A preview of the library of the future.
The Mosquito War---Expert on dengue fever reports bad news from the front.
Destination 2005---An undergraduate hobnobs with Nobel Prize winners in search of the last bits of matter.
A Polish Perspective---His nation's suffering has honed journalist Ryszard Kapuscinski's insights into struggles for freedom.
The Life and Times Of Avery Hopwood (1882 - 1928)---A look, 70 years after his death, at the playwright who established student writing awards that have been bestowed since 1931.
A Nature Study---The Environmental Theme Semester engages students and faculty members while reaching out into the community.