Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M
Sometimes it is preferable to live in the past, especially when the present is a bit too ugly to handle.
There’s nothing like editing a mistake into one of your favorite writer’s copy. . .
Ever tried to “do the thing you think you cannot do?” It’s exhausting. But in a good way. Right?
It’s not over till it’s over, MT readers. This issue has a great story that continues well into the comments section. Read on!
Are kids today just “snowflakes” who need unprecedented coddling?
A recurring and unintentional thread about leadership can be found running through this most-recent tapestry of content.
Heritage writer James Tobin, a three-time U-M alumnus, delivers a story that one reader feels does not belong in a U-M publication. Not surprisingly, Tobin disagrees.
Discourse, dissent, debate. It’s all good, and it’s all in the Michigan Today “comments” section.
A dive into the MT archives reveals a treasure trove of photos (circa 1967-70) by award-winning artist and American Hustle editor Jay Cassidy.