Toilets, Ladies, and Exercise
Toilets came to Ann Arbor with U-M President James B. Angell, who had one installed in the president’s house in 1870. Improvements to sanitary conditions on campus would eventually extend to students’ living quarters.
Bluegrass as a Cure for the Blues
Rising music star Rebecca Frazier on the source of her heartache and inspiration.
After World War II, one bold professor went straight to General MacArthur and asked for a research field station amid the rubble of Occupied Japan. The result was an outpost that gave LSA faculty an unprecedented look at Japanese life and tested their scholarly mettle.
Grace Sims studied abroad in Turkey, and is one of thousands of U-M students who go abroad every year in more than 50 countries.
Detroit’s Fresh-Food Guru
Fiona Ruddy is working hard to increase access to nutritious food in Detroit to improve the health of the city.
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