Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M
Just before he died at 42, the King rocked Crisler Arena in a slightly strange and thoroughly unforgettable concert.
The grounds of the University president’s house over many decades reflect changes in the nature of campus life at Michigan.
A new scholarship supports students in U-M’s Collegiate Recovery Program — a campus support service for those recovering from substance-use disorders.
Football legend Charles Woodson urges new Michigan grads to reject hate and view one another as human beings, “nothing more, nothing less.”
U-M partners with Destination Ann Arbor, Downtown Development Authority to commission interactive mural at Maynard and William streets to ask, “What lifts you?”
Campus unrest often erupts at times of social unrest. But what about campus humor? Some say it’s at its best when times are not.
In 1970, a female secretary inspired one of the great sea changes in the University’s history: that Michigan should treat women the same as men.
An African-American student of the 1920s left a vivid memoir of his years in a semi-segregated Ann Arbor.
A woebegone corner of campus once attracted trysts, trash and, a magnificent plan for an amphitheater. And then we paved paradise and put up a parking lot.