Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M
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.
Resilience is the order of the day at Michigan, COVID or no COVID.
From COVID-19 to a contentious GEO strike, ‘Michigan Daily’ reporters certainly got a taste of the really-real world this month.
As our world spins seemingly out of control, the Rock reminds us to roll with the times.
Welcome to the award-winning Michigan Today. We snagged ‘silver’ from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.
That’s the biggest challenge for any storyteller, especially the chatty ones.