‘Hands-on skipper’ Willard Vincent Nash, BA ’35/LLB ’35, is the little-known hero in the ‘battle before the battle’ as told in the new book ‘The Heart of Hell.’
On Oct.15, 1969, President Robben Fleming advised U-M faculty to forgo attendance. The campus had been given over to the biggest of all 1960s peace protests.
In the summer of 1967 aviator Ann Pellegreno, ’58, flew around the world, retracing the fateful path of Amelia Earhart.
Beloved Wolverines football announcer Bob Ufer, ’43, is the subject of a new documentary by filmmaker Dan Chace, BA ’83.
In 1955 U-M officials fought Michigan State’s effort to change its name from “College” to “University.” Guess who lost?
The smallest of all U-M housing units is a vibrant model of the University’s diversity ideal.