Michigan Daily alum Stephen Henderson, AB ’92, transforms his passion for hometown Detroit into a very personal Pulitzer Prize.
Prehistoric creatures break digital ground and blow scientific minds in new 3-D showcase.
There’s danger in the air, warns cultural historian Neal Gabler, AB ’71/AM ’75, and it’s coming from that screen right in front of you.
Student archivists immerse in the genius of maverick filmmaker John Sayles as they prepare for June festival/symposium.
Kenneth Johnson redeploys military training to bring healthy food and other sustainable solutions to underserved populations.