Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M

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Rip current sign

Deadly rip currents

Since 2010, more than 600 people have drowned in the Great Lakes. One survivor, a U-M communicator, turns survivor guilt into life-saving action.

Lifelike human relation at University of Michigan Museum of Natural History, 2018.

All in the family

When the U-M Museum of Natural History reopens in 2019, visitors will come face to face with a hyperrealistic reconstruction of an extinct human relation.

Triplets served at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital

3 babies, 2 helmets, 1 victory

Helmet therapy developed at U-M corrects plagiocephaly, a flattening of the head, which afflicted two of three triplets born at Mott.

Mar-A-Lago

Polite society?

Long before it was home to Donald Trump, Mar-a-Lago was the splendid palace of Marjorie Merriweather Post. Its shimmery past still glitters at U-M.

Charles Woodson, Commencement 2018

Commencement 2018

Football legend Charles Woodson urges new Michigan grads to reject hate and view one another as human beings, “nothing more, nothing less.”

Barbara Newell, 1971

Me too, circa 1970

In 1970, a female secretary inspired one of the great sea changes in the University’s history: that Michigan should treat women the same as men.