Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M
The presence of chorus girls at a 1921 fraternity party revealed scandalous behavior by students and administrators alike.
Forty years ago, a prankish article in the Michigan Daily helped create a modern myth: Beatle Paul McCartney was dead.
It’s football Saturday! Come join the crowds at the Mudbowl, on State and Packard, the Pioneer High lot, and outside Michigan Stadium.
If a single Regent had switched his vote 150 years ago, U-M would stand in a very different place.
A tough heroine in 1870s Ann Arbor was the star of a novel about U-M’s early days.
Michigan’s minority-student lounges grew out of an intense debate about integration.
One night during the Great Depression, police stormed U-M’s fraternities.
Sunshine, lush grass and trees in bloom. On a warm May afternoon, when the semester’s done, there’s no place finer.
History professor Sidney Fine changed countless lives for the better.