Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M
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.
Miracles are in our DNA at U-M, including that famous one involving a bearded man on 34th Street.
I once considered myself a ‘starving student,’ but I had no idea. Food insecurity on college campuses is real.