1. He never saw the Law Quad

    The man who endowed the University’s gothic, architectural masterpiece vowed never to lay eyes on it. He feared he would be disappointed.

  2. Bill Freehan: Legend and legacy

    The esteemed athlete’s story is all about faith and love, says mgoblue.com’s Steve Kornacki. In 1968, Freehan, ’66, helped Detroit win the World Series; today he is battling Alzheimer’s.

  3. Michigan state of mind

    The Rockettes have flipped the switch at NYC’s iconic Empire State Building, officially lighting up the 2018 holidays. But there would be no switch to flip, if not for a certain U-M alum.

  4. A public health crisis?

    Researchers and health care providers are tackling youth firearm injuries from a public health perspective via the federally funded national effort FACTS, for Firearm Safety Among Children and Teens.

  5. Here comes the sun

    Electricity-generating windows and high-temperature solar power are the aims of two new U-M projects with $1.6 million from the Dept. of Energy’s Solar Energy Technologies Office.

  6. New digital archive preserves Jewish history

    U-M recently launched a searchable database containing more than 100 years of digital copies of the Detroit Jewish Chronicle and the Detroit Jewish News.