Novelist Nicholas Delbanco celebrates the art of correspondence in a whimsical series of letters that captures the wonder of words among friends.
While co-authoring a book about Hollywood’s Golden Age, studio exec Tom McLaren, BBA ’84, flipped the script and became an actor.
Former Michigan Daily editor releases film that strikes a timely chord.
Past and present collide as photographer Jennifer Karady collaborates with veterans to create indelible images of a war carried home.
A cardiologist, medical historian, and musicologist join forces to discover whether cardiac arrhythmia played a part in some of history’s most famous works.
U-M is now home to a very special Steinway once owned and played by quintessential American composer George Gershwin.