. . . Summer 1998|
Women Divers of Japan
The ama---pursuing a profession and a way of life.
'USA and RSA can learn from each other'
Commencement speaker Mamphela Ramphele promotes the pursuit of excellence and equity in the U.S. and South Africa.
Honorary Degree Recipients
Novelist Richard Ford, chemist Mary Lowe Good and scholar Edward Said were given honorary degrees.
Year of the Humanities and Arts
Hillary Rodham Clinton spoke at the closing ceremony celebrating the Year of the Humanities and Arts.
Washington Post Publishes Bollinger-Cantor op-ed piece
An article focusing on the lawsuit against the University and its admission policies.
President Hatcher dies at 99
U-M President Emeritus, Harlan Hatcher, who led a tremendous expansion of the University, died on Feb. 25.
Spending Spring Break on Hardwood Floors
Activities of one of several U-M student groups who volunteered for Alternative Spring Break.
The Clements at 75
U-M's special historical library, the Clements, celebrates it 75th birthday on June 15.
The Soul of the Academy
Professor of history W. Andrew Achenbaum spoke on wisdom at one of four Canterbury House spring lectures.
The Fishing America Project
Artist Larry Stark discusses his plan to fish in all 50 states and write a book describing the experience.
Florida: The Fishing Oscar Goes To...
Larry Stark fishes in Florida for the relatively unknown oscar.
A Revival at the Health System of Last Resort
Michigan medical care was forced to respond to the changes in the medical industry, both state and nationwide.
Tales of the Hacker Trackers
Information and Technology Division staff members Dora Winter and Jim Knox are concerned with proper use of electronic communciaton.
The Mystery of a Pool Shark
The search for a former Michigan billiards champ.
Trio Finish Great U-M Careers
Three of the most succesful athletes in U-M history completed their careers this spring.
Samurais of Summer
How a Japanese suit of armor made it to the U-M via the baseball field.
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