Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M
The Bentley Historical Library recently digitized more than 12 decades of Michigan Daily history. It’s a ‘gold mine.’
U-M was the nation’s first university to own and operate its own hospital. Watch ‘A Miracle Cure,’ by Detroit Public Television.
In the spring of 1954, Bermuda shorts raised a three-way ruckus between women, men, and, of course, the dean of women.
U-M celebrates distinguished graduates of 20 years or fewer as part of 2017 Spring Commencement.
In “A Writer Worth Reading,” Detroit Public Television partners with U-M historians to explore the University’s commitment to “the new, the unusual, and the radical.”
“Belle, Scholar, Athlete.” In the 1930s, a portrait in the Michigan League honored student Marian Van Tuyl as the epitome of young womanhood.
Celebrate U-M’s musical legacy in ‘An Ear for Excellence,’ the latest installment in Detroit Public Television’s series about U-M history.
In the midst of the civil rights movement, U-M historian Dwight Lowell Dumond published his anti-slavery masterwork. The backlash was ferocious.
The ‘house that Cazzie built’ is more than just a sports facility. It’s a palace packed with Michigan memories.