U-M physicist Gordon Kane remembers the late Stephen Hawking, a betting man who always paid his debts.
Lyman T. Johnson, MA ’33, was the grandson of former slaves. He integrated the University of Kentucky five years before Brown v. Board of Education.
Oral history project aims to document the stories of Iranian-Americans with ties to the state, and highlight their everyday lives.
Mo Wagner and Jon Teske power Michigan to its second straight Big Ten tournament title.
Many men schedule their downtime to watch college basketball. A Michigan Medicine expert explains.
As a field geologist, 98-year-old Helen Foster, BA ’42/PhD ’46, mapped the farthest-flung islands of Japan, met Emperor Hirohito, and documented Alaska’s landscape.