1. Original Earth Day organizers reunite 50 years later

    Former student activists who established the 1970 Teach-In on the Environment examine how history can inform the present — and the future.

  2. Flattening the curve for COVID-19

    History shows that taking strong steps now to slow the spread of coronavirus will help communities and individuals. How can you help?

  3. The nature of pain: Approach brings relief without opioids

    U-M launches an outreach program to teach clinicians more about the different types of pain and approaches to relief that are nonaddictive and more effective than opioids.

  4. Wine country goes urban

    In 1701, Antoine Cadillac saw promise in the juicy, beautiful grapes lining the Detroit River. It took a while, but Detroit Vineyards has replied to the city’s founder by embracing urban viticulture. Cheers!

  5. A tale of two writers, an editor, and one amazing box

    As co-founder of ‘Esquire’ magazine, Arnold Gingrich, BA ’25, was a headhunter of literature’s leading talent, from Ernest Hemingway to F. Scott Fitzgerald.

  6. Madelon’s world

    When she died in 1924, Madelon Stockwell, BA 1872, was believed to be the richest woman in Kalamazoo, Mich. A half-century earlier, she was the first – and only – woman to enroll at U-M.