1. Letters from Long Binh

    Greg Stern, BA ’00, regrets he never asked his late father about his service in Vietnam. Then the filmmaker found a family treasure that turned into documentary gold.

  2. U-M to build $300m center in Detroit

    The Detroit Center for Innovation will serve students pursuing advanced degrees in mobility, artificial intelligence, data science, and more. Construction begins in 2021.

  3. Meet me at Camp Davis

    Since 1929, students of earth and environmental sciences have convened at U-M’s Camp Davis in Wyoming. A recent reunion inspired some heated (but friendly) debate.

  4. Apple and U-M collaborate on sound study

    Scientists have long grappled with measuring the impact of noise exposure on humans. U-M has partnered with Apple to use a person’s iPhone and Apple Watch to generate a more holistic overview.

  5. Cancer trap shows promise

    Researchers find that a tiny ‘decoy’ implanted just beneath the skin in mice attracts cancer cells traveling through the body. The trap even picks up signs that cancer is preparing to spread.

  6. Two-thirds of parents cite barriers in recognizing youth depression

    One in four parents say their child knows a peer with depression and one in 10 say a child’s peer has committed suicide, a new poll finds.