Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M
Alumnae from the 1920s through the 1960s share tales of the ‘good old days,’ as current women describe their U-M experience.
In 1973, student feminists burned a textbook containing ‘criminally sexist material’ written by U-M’s chair of obstetrics and gynecology.
For many student-athletes, sports can be exciting — and agonizing. Read a Q&A about U-M’s efforts to support our young athletes.
U-M invites community to share essence of the University’s past and present in personal stories for future generations.
By early 1962, the Twist was all the rage at Michigan, with events and contests galore. We tracked down U-M’s reigning king and queen.
The Bentley Historical Library recently digitized more than 12 decades of Michigan Daily history. It’s a ‘gold mine.’
In the spring of 1954, Bermuda shorts raised a three-way ruckus between women, men, and, of course, the dean of women.
In 1967, Ann Arbor was abuzz over an album fans knew would change the world. So what do they think today?
“Belle, Scholar, Athlete.” In the 1930s, a portrait in the Michigan League honored student Marian Van Tuyl as the epitome of young womanhood.