Bentley Historical Library Director Terrence McDonald examines the creative (and sometimes conflictual) tension that has long existed between U-M and its constituents.
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The carillon bells in Burton Tower have been tolling for 80 years, but they are only the latest in an astonishingly varied series of bells and chimes making music at U-M.
University historians collaborate with Detroit Public Television to produce shortform documentary series about U-M’s legacy.
U-M’s chief executives haven’t all been fans of our beloved Wolverines, though President C.C. Little (second from right) enjoyed the Big House dedication in 1927.
U-M’s bicentennial is upon us. What better time to celebrate the legacies and achievements that make Michigan what it is?
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.