A campus landmark closes after more than a century of service in health care, the military, and more.
In the 1920s African-American and white students joined hands to fight racial bias — but the University was unsympathetic.
“Anyone who has touched the place is passionate about U-M,” says the University’s 14th president as he prepares to lead Michigan into its third century.
Reclaiming one of the most precious and vulnerable gems in Nichols Arboretum.
Budget emphasizes fiscal discipline, increased access, world-class education.
As longtime director of athletic counseling, U-M’s Greg Harden “teaches people how to stay sane under insane circumstances.”