Tag Archives: U-M campus

  • Bentley Historical Library

    Constructing Gender

    A digital exhibit exploring how gender differences are literally built into the architecture of the Michigan Union and League buildings.

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  • Panther by the Tail

    In 1968, bomb explosions rocked downtown Ann Arbor and the U-M campus. No one was killed, but the case involving the suspects and issues of wiretapping would go all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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  • Michigan Today

    The President’s Back Yard

    The grounds of the University president’s house over many decades reflect changes in the nature of campus life at Michigan.

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  • Michigan Today

    A Building By Any Other Name

    A walk across campus delivers a ‘who’s who’ of early University pioneers, researchers, and leaders.

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