Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M
In 1971, it took an actual Beatle to get you out of jail for marijuana possession.
The return to work on campus signals a new era in this bizarre pandemic.
Pete Seeger’s nod to the Bible’s book of Ecclesiastes resonates as the vaxxed and masked return to campus.
You know Ann Arbor is embracing its pre-pandemic self when you hear the Hare Krishnas chanting at Art Fair.
Now that the vaccinated can move freely without fear of imminent death, it’s time to address another pandemic: Selfishness.
That feeling you’re fighting? It’s called languishing, according to ‘The New York Times.’
COIVD-19 is ravaging our nation’s prisons as U-M challenges society (and me) to connect with inmates’ humanity through art.
The ‘Michigan Today’ comments section always delivers drama and delight. The past two months have been a study in extremes.
The first time I heard the term ‘fake news,’ I was insulted. This month, I was devastated.