Good news! Your 1968 photo of RFK is on the cover of a current bestseller. Bad news: It’s credited to someone else.
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.
Elsie MacGill, MSE ’29, the first female aeronautical engineer trained at U-M, weathered polio to build planes for Britain’s R.A.F.
Campus unrest often erupts at times of social unrest. But what about campus humor? Some say it’s at its best when times are not.
Zina Pitcher, an unsung hero of U-M’s earliest years, was a doctor, soldier, politician, and botanist.
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.