Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M
Working on a college campus keeps you forever young. (In your mind at least.)
One of the joys I have as editor of ‘Michigan Today’ is hearing from U-M alumni in their golden years.
It’s summer in Ann Arbor, and you know what that means: construction, construction, construction.
It’s been 50 years since Woodstock transformed the cultural trajectory of popular music. Were you at Yasgur’s Farm? Do tell.
Storytellers often preface an outrageous tale with the disclaimer: “You couldn’t make this stuff up.” And they’re usually right.
Podcasts are popping up all over campus. Here’s a handful we suggest for U-M fans who like to listen.
Former Wolverine Tom Brady logs his third consecutive Super Bowl and Michigan Today wraps its 25th podcast. Coincidence?
From Bill Freehan to the Empire State Building, U-M is connected to almost every cool thing in the universe.
Sometimes it is preferable to live in the past, especially when the present is a bit too ugly to handle.