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Carmen Harlan and longtime partner Mort Crim shared the anchor desk for 17 years at Detroit's Channel 4.

Anchor, away

Award-winning and barrier-breaking journalist Carmen Harlan, BA ’75, retires after an unprecedented 38 years at WDIV-Channel 4 in Detroit.

Prison Creative Arts Project, 10-16

Escaping with theater

U-M brings Prison Creative Arts Project to Brazil, exploring the power of performance in prisons, hospitals, and underprivileged areas.

Carrie Thorpe

Mail-order pride

Carrie Thorpe, MBA ’12, launches subscription service ProudBox, an official U-M ‘fan box’ that delivers treats, U-M memorabilia, and a whole lotta love.

Brothers Nicholas and Leonard Falcone. (Image courtesy of the Michigan State University Archives and Historical Collection.)

Brothers of band

In the 1920s, brothers Nicholas and Leonard Falcone played opposite sides of the field as rival directors of the Michigan and Michigan State marching bands.

Nirvana

Reaching Nirvana

On the 25th anniversary of Nirvana’s album Nevermind, Jesse Frohman, BA ’81, recounts his experience as one of the last artists to photograph the late Kurt Cobain.