campus | 4/4/2016
In AD 79, Mount Vesuvius erupted, wiping out a favorite vacation spot of the ancient Roman elite. LSA’s Kelsey Museum of Archaeology’s exhibit displays the luxury of one opulent villa and signs of the slave labor that maintained it.
the michigan difference | 3/28/2016
From the Battle of Germantown to gay rights and the beginning of AA, one LSA professor’s work in public history expands our notions of who and what we recognize in the past.
the michigan difference | 3/14/2016
The fascinating story behind the first integrated basketball game that was played in the South a decade before the civil rights movement.
the michigan difference | 3/7/2016
Sharon Shattuck spent years preparing for a life in botany before moving to New York City to make documentary-style films. Here's how she flipped the script.
the michigan difference | 2/29/2016
On this quadrennial occasion, much of the world adds an extra day to our calendar. LSA asks: What the heck for? And what’s so special about it?