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.
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.
Helmet therapy developed at U-M corrects plagiocephaly, a flattening of the head, which afflicted two of three triplets born at Mott.
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.
Football legend Charles Woodson urges new Michigan grads to reject hate and view one another as human beings, “nothing more, nothing less.”
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.