Law & Politics

  1. Going Back to School, Mom? May 2, 1997
  2. Provost Search Advisory Committee named May 1, 1997
  3. Prof. Joyce Marcus first U-M woman elected to National Academy of Sciences May 1, 1997
  4. U-M puts Americana on the Web April 29, 1997
  5. Information on U-M units’ commencement activities April 29, 1997
  6. Immigrants who get amnesty earn more money April 24, 1997
  7. U-M students share more than $50,000 in Hopwood Awards and other creative writing prizes April 22, 1997
  8. Well-known scholars to debate national substance abuse policy April 22, 1997
  9. Four honorary degrees at spring commencement; Bollinger to speak April 18, 1997
  10. “Senioritis” sweeps nation’s campuses, including U-M. “All I want to do after graduation is lie on my mother’s couch.” April 16, 1997
  11. U-M Associate Provost Susan S. Lipschutz died Sunday (April 13) April 14, 1997
  12. Tom Rowe, former pharmacy professor and dean, died at age 86 April 14, 1997
  13. Alumna Beverly Godwin to discuss “re-inventing” government April 9, 1997
  14. John Bongaarts to discuss population policy options April 9, 1997
  15. Project aims to ease transition between high school, college level German April 7, 1997
  16. U-M summer program guide has activities for all ages April 7, 1997
  17. Goal of new ISR training program for South Africans is to overcome a “legacy of distortion.” April 3, 1997
  18. A. Sidney Johnson of American Public Welfare Association speaks on child welfare April 14. April 3, 1997
  19. Culture conference links U-M with community April 3, 1997
  20. Municipalities thinking of funding a new sports stadium should make a critical demand: “Show me the money!” April 2, 1997