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A police raid in 1931 brought national attention to drinking on U-M’s campus. Archived records show what the fallout was like.
The Whimsies was an anonymously published literary magazine that became massively popular on U-M’s campus in the early 1920s. But who was behind it?
The Bentley is part of a new effort to examine Philippine materials across campus and take the necessary steps to repair damage to Filipino communities and people.
Sarah Emma Edmonds disguised herself as a man and enlisted in the Civil War. Things got more complicated when she fell in love with a fellow soldier.
The archives of Radio Tahrir feature 25 years of Arab and Arab American voices on a groundbreaking program hosted by Dr. B. Nimri Aziz.
Archived papers at the Bentley show how U-M counseled women on their reproductive options in the early 1970s, prior to Roe v. Wade.
In the early 1900s, a determined professor of astronomy undertook the ambitious quest to build a new observatory abroad in South Africa.
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