She made the Arb a stage
Shakespeare in the Arb creator Kate Mendeloff left the most delightful legacy at U-M.
Do you like my hat?
There’s nothing like a little pomp and circumstance. Bring on the rowdy protesters and undercover security guards.
Sending thoughts and prayers — and research, research, research
Here’s an idea: Let’s add ‘research’ to those ‘thoughts and prayers’ on social media.
Up in smoke, or should we say ‘vape?’
A devastating fire in Ann Arbor destroyed a restaurant that once was home to the iconic Canterbury House.
Merry maize and blue
As excitement mounts for peak college football, Michigan Today offers entertaining options for the non-sports fan.
Engineers are people too
As a tech-averse creative, I am fully on board with the College of Engineering’s new ‘people-first’ approach.
Home(coming) is where the heart is
Remember how much you loved this place? You’re welcome any time.
A site for sore eyes
Fleming’s demise has this editor mourning a monument to student activism.
We’re back, baby
Shakespeare, hammocks, and Top of the Park. Summer in Ann Arbor is back, baby. Well, almost.