Go behind the music with U-M’s Mark Clague as he reveals some little-known facts about our national anthem on the eve of its bicentennial.
There’s danger in the air, warns cultural historian Neal Gabler, AB ’71/AM ’75, and it’s coming from that screen right in front of you.
The David V. Tinder Collection of Michigan Photography, housed at the William L. Clements Library, offers virtually every photographic format used in the 19th and early 20th centuries: daguerreotypes, tintypes, stereographs, and more. Read more about this fascinating collection.
Student archivists immerse in the genius of maverick filmmaker John Sayles as they prepare for June festival/symposium.
Michigan Daily alum Stephen Henderson, AB ’92, transforms his passion for hometown Detroit into a very personal Pulitzer Prize.
Storyteller Eric Keller delivers wit and wisdom through a series of quirky animated canines, some of whom wear bikinis.