November 19, 2019

Arts & Culture

  1. December 9, 2013

    Professor conducts U-M Symphony Band, represents U-M abroad

    When he was growing up in North Carolina, Michael Haithcock had one dream: to replace his high school band teacher when he retired. However, after a few years in college, Haithcock’s career plan changed. He’s now director of bands and professor of conducting at U-M.

  2. November 25, 2013

    Detroiter, director of exhibitions ‘illuminates’ inner city issues

    A fourth-generation Detroiter and director of exhibitions at the Work•Detroit gallery, Stephen William Schudlich draws inspiration from the highs and lows of the city that raised him. “I see heartbreaking things in Detroit, societal breakdowns, failures. … I inform people of that in a visual way,” he says of his art. “I like to illuminate things.”

  3. November 14, 2013

    Federal judge rules in favor of Google in book-scanning lawsuit

    A federal judge ruled Thursday that Google’s use of copyrighted works in its library books digitization project is “fair use” under copyright laws and therefore does not infringe on authors. U-M was the first library to sign a book scanning agreement with Google.

  4. November 11, 2013

    Don’t miss

    The Confucius Institute and Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design host the art exhibition “Chinese Now: Contemporary Portraits” presented by 31 faculty members from the School of Arts, Renmin University of China. The exhibit is presented Nov. 15-Dec. 21 at Work•Ann Arbor.

  5. November 5, 2013

    Computer & Video Game Archive celebrating five years of growth

    The U-M Library’s Computer & Video Game Archive opened with 10 games and little fanfare in 2008 has grown to house 5,000 titles and 20 gaming stations, and serves as both an academic and recreational resource.

  6. November 4, 2013

    Exhibit presents Jewish cookbooks’ contributions to American cuisine

    Jewish cookbooks from 50 states, including the first one printed in America and the first Jewish charity cookbook in Detroit, are part of the Hatcher Graduate Library exhibit “American Foodways: The Jewish Contribution.”

  7. November 4, 2013

    Campus briefs

    A roundup of news from around the university.

  8. November 4, 2013

    Global experiences come alive in storytelling event

    Global experiences can be poignant, funny, uplifting and sometimes unsettling. Faculty, staff and students will share their stories of those experiences Thursday at the second “Lost in Translation” event.

  9. October 28, 2013

    Campus briefs

    A roundup of news from around the university.

  10. October 9, 2013

    Coleman measures plans, progress toward ‘university of tomorrow’

    The historic launch next month of the university’s boldest-ever capital campaign and the celebration of its bicentennial in 2017 were among the key messages of President Mary Sue Coleman’s annual Leadership Breakfast address.