After almost 200 years, it's inevitable that some parts of the University of Michigan's history have faded into obscurity. But thanks to a new comprehensive bibliography compiled by the Bentley Historical Library some of those facts are coming back to life.
The University of Michigan will celebrate the history and stories of Ann Arbor's Lower Town community with the installation of eight historical panels at the Wall Street parking structure.
From learning about the first days of the university to examining campus protests against conditions at global factories producing maize-and-blue apparel, students are immersed in new courses designed to elevate an understanding of U-M's historic role in American higher education.
In the first exhibition of its kind, U-M's Kelsey Museum of Archaeology will bring together artifacts from 1920s and '30s excavations in Egypt, as well as selections from the largest papyrology collection in North America, housed at the U-M Library.