On the 25th anniversary of Nirvana’s album Nevermind, Jesse Frohman, BA ’81, recounts his experience as one of the last artists to photograph the late Kurt Cobain.
Experts are testing the first commercial-scale prototype of a device that uses slow-moving river and ocean currents to generate electricity.
Author and U-M professor Heather Ann Thompson, BA ’87/MA ’87, delivers the first definitive history of the 1971 Attica prison uprising and its devastating aftermath.
Mitchell Robins, BBA ’77, and Amy Robins, BS ’78, lost their teenage son to cancer. Today their Seany Foundation helps other young warriors ‘reach for the sky.’
Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Henderson, BA ’92, embodies the ‘power of one’ as he transforms his blighted childhood home into a Detroit literary center.
Stamps professor David Turnley and Head Football Coach Jim Harbaugh co-author photographic documentary of “what it takes to make champions.”