Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M
For 40 years Barry King, JD ’58, has lived with the mystery of his son’s murder. Now he’s taking his “true-crime” saga to social media.
A rambunctious war of words is raging on the political front line while U-M’s No. 1 debate team reaps the spoils here at home. (With podcast.)
Jack Kevorkian’s archive at the Bentley reveals the life of an artist, composer, and controversial advocate of the right-to-die movement.
What happens to democracy when militarized police send signals that dissent is dangerous to security?
Wayne County prosecutor Kym Worthy, AB ’79, partners with key allies to bring overdue justice to rape victims.
When Tim Caballero, ’07, took a friend to see “The Price is Right,” he expected a few laughs. But two cars and a vacation?
When law professor Kyle Logue offered to host an Ethiopian boy who needed medical care in the U.S., he had no idea the experience would change, well, everything.
They forged a friendship navigating the turbulent political landscape of the late 1960s. Today Congressional scholars Thomas Mann and Norman Ornstein enjoy a productive and sometimes contentious relationship with our nation’s leaders.
Sisters Cornelia Kennedy, ’47, and Margaret Schaeffer, ’45, have always called each other Nealie and Margie. For decades, however, they went by Your Honor.