Tag Archives: U-M campus

  • Michigan Today

    The Tappan Oak: A tale of life, death, and rebirth

    The monumental Tappan Oak tree reflects a layered history of Ann Arbor, much like the University of Michigan itself. Planted in 1858, this tree is now accompanied by 15,000 other trees on the campus.

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  • Michigan Today

    Fleming Building, RIP

    President Mark Schlissel, his vice presidents, and their staffs are preparing to depart the Fleming Administration Building for new headquarters. While some did not care for the building's physical appearance, former U-M President Robben Fleming's lasting impact on the University makes this demolition bittersweet for many.

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  • Michigan Today

    The President’s Back Yard

    Over the decades, the grounds of the University president’s house have reflected 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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