Friday's UMich200 Fall Festival was the final festival of the University of Michigan's bicentennial year. Despite the day's wet weather, the campus celebrated its 200th birthday with a variety of events.
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The UMich200 Fall Festival, which also coincides with the third and final President's Bicentennial Colloquium, will run Thursday through Saturday. Here is a list of stories about related activities. Click the headlines to read more.
As the University of Michigan closes out its bicentennial celebration, the UMich200 Fall Festival turns the spotlight on U-M's next 100 years with the Third Century Expo.
A puppet procession inspired by the Huron River and an art exhibition featuring a pop-up projection pavilion will be part of the many artistic attractions offered during the University of Michigan's bicentennial Fall Festival.
In honor of the University of Michigan's bicentennial, a group of U-M students have embarked on a mission to send a time capsule into space for 100 years.
Titled the Michigan Bicentennial Archive, or M-BARC, the team plans to launch a small time capsule containing photos and a DNA experiment encoded with U-M's mission statement.
The iconic Rackham Building will come to life as the canvas for HAILstorm!, a nighttime display of 3-D projection mapping that celebrates the university's bicentennial.
Planned for Friday, HAILstorm! will be the pinnacle of the UMich200 Fall Festival.
• A Welcome Center with bicentennial materials and information will be open from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday in the Michigan Union’s Pond Room. Light refreshments will be available.
At the third University of Michigan President's Bicentennial Colloquium, students will showcase their innovations that reimagine higher education, teaching and learning at U-M, and the future university experience.
The U-M Library will partner with the national oral history organization StoryCorps to record and preserve stories from the University of Michigan community during the Fall Festival bicentennial celebration.