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In 1930, U-M tried to ignore African American women when it opened Mosher-Jordan, a new dormitory for female students. Meet the women who refused to accept being invisible.
As U-M celebrates 200 years, Bentley Director Terrence McDonald reflects on the “vows” that the University has made since its inception.
A meeting in fire-razed Detroit. Two physicists on an Ann Arbor lawn. A lone woman in a Greek class in 1866. In honor of U-M’s Bicentennial, we look at some of the moments and movements that altered the course of Michigan history forever.
Two archivists at the Bentley write about a new initiative to uncover women’s stories at the University of Michigan.
What do maize and blue look like? The answer has historically depended on whom you ask — and when.
For John Kemp, digitizing The Michigan Daily means creating an important resource for preserving Michigan history.
How a 1905 stadium collapse changed the way U-M fans would watch the game for good.
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