Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M

Podcast: “Listen in, Michigan”

  1. Episode 29: Talk about ‘music to your ears’

    The University Musical Society now offers playlists on Apple Music and Spotify. UMS’ Eric Woodhams says we’re in for some adventurous listening, amazing guest-curated tracks, and endless surprises from the UMS Rewind archives

  2. Episode 28: Getting snazzy and jazzy on Main Street

    Bassist Dave Sharp has found a new groove on Main Street as musical director of the elegant Blue LLama Jazz Club on Main Street.

  3. Episode 27: Being not-rich at U-M

    The ‘real’ college admissions scandal is not about cheating and bribery, says public policy senior Lauren Schandevel. It’s about how low-income students get lost amid the unwritten norms, values, and expectations on a wealthy college campus.

  4. Episode 26: Locked in at the Bentley

    History nuts and people who like old stuff, quite literally, should enjoy this episode of “Listen in, Michigan,” as we enter the inner sanctum of the University’s Bentley Historical Library.

  5. Episode 25: And now for the highlights

    At Listen in, Michigan, you may hear scholar Ralph Williams quoting Shakespeare, composer Albert Ahronheim deconstructing ‘Let’s Go Blue,’ or raconteur John U. Bacon talking sports. Enjoy these segments from some of our best episodes to date!

  6. Episode 24: We can be heroes

    He was brilliant, brave, and curious — and his tale unspools like a thrilling mystery. Architect Raoul Wallenberg, ’35, protected thousands of Jews from the Nazis in World War II. And then he disappeared off the face of the earth.

  7. Episode 23: Football’s Valhalla: The Bob Ufer Story

    Filmmaker Dan Chace, BA ’83, will screen his film about the beloved Wolverines football announcer Oct. 5 at the Michigan Theater.

  8. Episode 22: Keith Taylor’s Ecstatic Destinations

    Poet and retired lecturer Keith Taylor delivers a new book that celebrates Ann Arbor and all its charms. In Taylor’s world, the skateboarder is angel, the hickory is holy woman, and the park bench? Nirvana.

  9. Episode 21: I witness

    Good news! Your 1968 photo of RFK is on the cover of a 2017 bestseller. Bad news: It’s credited to someone else. Listen in, Michigan, as Daily alumni Andy Sacks and Jay Cassidy take you back in time to when RFK campaigned in Detroit. The candidate was killed three weeks later.