Traces of an irascible millionaire’s views of the “fair sex” linger all through the Martha Cook Building a century after its construction
Video: Architect Albert Kahn defined the look of the U-M campus, as demonstrated in this then-and-now video montage of his finest work.
Mark S. Schlissel, MD/PhD, provost of Brown University, will succeed Mary Sue Coleman July 1. President Coleman is retiring after 12 years leading U-M.
Engineering students fight off mosquitoes, survive harrowing travel, and live off rice and beans as they seek to deliver safe drinking water to people living in one of the largest wetlands in the world—Pantanal, Brazil.
From fly fishing and physics to world peace and Quidditch, student clubs enrich campus life. Clearly that’s what these members of the 1890s’ Smokers’ Club would have told you.
Things are looking up in Ann Arbor—way up. A recent building boom is reshaping the city skyline, hastening a vertical shift in perspective.