In the fall of 1969, students went ‘on strike’ — not to protest the war in Vietnam but to insist on the right to run their own bookstore.
University historians collaborate with Detroit Public Television to produce shortform documentary series about U-M’s legacy.
U-M’s first black homecoming queen remembers her reign, five decades after relinquishing her crown.
In 1861, the crisis of southern secession turned Michigan’s campus into a cauldron of pro-Union meetings and military drills as students prepared to exchange books for weapons.
Bicentennial colloquium packs the house; U-M community reacts to policies of new administration.
As surging activism makes headlines nationwide, U-M alumni reveal the challenges they faced as students with a commitment to both causes and coursework.