In the fall of 1969, students went ‘on strike’ to demand the right to run their own bookstore.
As surging activism makes headlines nationwide, U-M alumni reveal the challenges they faced as students with a commitment to both causes and coursework.
Bicentennial colloquium packs the house; U-M community reacts to policies of new administration.
U-M unveils blueprint for making the University community more diverse, equitable, and inclusive.
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.
Stacey Ervin, BA ’16, shares his experience as a student gymnast managing mental health, athletic, and academic challenges.