As an expert on the Renaissance and Reformation, Professor Albert Hyma claimed an advantage over other historians. He communed with the dead.
How long do you want to live? Victor Katch launches a three-part series on how to live up to our bodies' biologic potential. He'll explore the latest research on how genetics, lifestyle, and environment contribute to healthy longevity.
U-M's vast Altman archive offers researchers, students, and filmmakers a rich trove of rare resources.
Time is money and love is a battlefield. This month Anne Curzan examines the common (and rather poetic) ways we use metaphors in everyday speech.
Farting beetles, exploding sea urchins, and sex-crazed bed bugs: It's all in a day's work for "science nerd" Liz Wason, MS '09/PhD '12.
Video: LSA Today's inside look at the Baird Carillon high atop Burton Memorial Tower is sure to ring your bell(s).
An online magazine for alumni and friends of U-M.
September 12, 2012
Dick Kimball, '59, MA '60, is truly a Michigan Man. He's been doing backflips at the Big House and in the diving well for more than 50 years and counting. His name is synonymous with Michigan diving and he still puts on his old cheerleading sweater each homecoming. This video, presented by the Alumni Association's Michigan Alumnus magazine, offers up some amazing then-and-now footage of Kimball in action. He also reveals his secret to staying young.