• Boosting equality in craft brewing

    Fermenta was co-founded by Pauline Knighton-Prueter, a 2012 graduate of U-M, after she realized how few women were represented in the brewing and spirits field and started the advocacy group with two experienced brewers.

    Learn more about Fermenta

  • Blindfolded Rubik’s Cube world champion

    The Rubik’s Cube. Many of us grew up finding the colorful 3×3 block to be an infuriating, and largely impossible, puzzle of frustration. But for one University of Michigan student, the cube opened doors to international travel, a Guinness World Records entry and multiple world championship titles.

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  • Visit The Plastic Bag Store

    Brooklyn-based artist Robin Frohardt, uses single-use plastics, organically harvested from streets and garbage dumps, stocks store shelves with thousands of original grocery items meticulously sculpted by hand and artfully repurposed to re-create a 6,000-square-foot supermarket.

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  • 2023 MLK Symposium

    Around the theme of “The (R)evolution of MLK,” the keynote memorial lecture of the 2023 MLK Symposium will feature a panel discussion with Aletha Maybank, a physician and chief health equity officer and senior vice president for the American Medical Association, Edward Buckles, a film director and producer, and Jalen Rose, philanthropist and former U-M and NBA basketball star.

    Learn more about the 2023 Symposium events

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