• Local farms, stores fill gap for groceries

    Reports of wasted milk and rotting onions no longer needed by restaurants showed the limitations of the food industry to quickly pivot during times of great stress, but local farms and stores have stepped in to fill consumers needs.

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  • U-M photography students document their lives in quarantine

    “Earn the trust of a stranger, and work with them to document the essence of a day in their life over the course of five weeks.” The parameters of the project quickly changed in March when U-M announced plans to move classes online and encouraged students to return home in order to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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  • Helping, learning in Kenya

    Before the global pandemic reached Kenya, 30 University of Michigan students immersed themselves in the east African country in a learning and service journey. This team of U-M faculty and students in dentistry, medicine, pharmacy and engineering work together on programs to improve health care and overall community health around Meru, in central Kenya.

    Learn more about their learning and service

  • Hail! Class of 2020

    Congratulations to all of the U-M students who earned their degrees this spring. We appreciate the work you have done to earn a University of Michigan degree, and the sacrifices made by you and your families. #MGoGrad

    Celebrate the Class of 2020

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    Classes end (Spring Half)
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    • Jun 25-26
    • Jun 26
    Spring Half Term ends
    • Jul 1
    Summer Half Term classes begin

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