Safer play: How 90,000 Michigan soccer players went back to playing the sport they love

Girls in masks prepare to play soccer

When soccer teams across Michigan meet over the next few weeks for traditional tournaments and championships, the COVID-19 mask mandates and event attendance restrictions will start feeling like a thing of the past.

  1. U-M Arts Initiative launches collaboration with Yo-Yo Ma, regional artists

    “Mapping Without Boundaries” will use performance and audience participation to reflect how the pandemic radically altered education and dispersed the University’s students, faculty, and staff.

  2. U-M board votes to censure Regent Ron Weiser

    For the first time in its history, U-M’s Board of Regents voted in a special meeting April 2 to censure member Ronald Weiser. He called three top state leaders “witches” and suggested assassination for political foes.

  3. Giving music: Alum shares violin and life lessons

    Clara Hardie, U-M grad and Detroit resident, co-founded Detroit Youth Volume in 2010, a mixed-income Suzuki violin program that offers scholarships and extra support for lower income students seeking classical music training.

  4. Former U-M President Mary Sue Coleman recognized in building naming

    The building that houses the Life Sciences Institute will be named after President Emerita Mary Sue Coleman. It is the first academic building on the Ann Arbor campus named for a woman.

  5. The perfect (chatter) storm

    Using real case studies to explain behavioral and brain research, psychologist Ethan Kross reveals how that voice in our heads shapes our lives, work, and relationships.

  6. Detroit partnerships on the rise during COVID

    U-M ramped up collaborations in Detroit during the pandemic to help residents address food insecurity, unemployment, eviction reform, and more.