the michigan difference | 11/2/2015
How Zachary Ackerman beat the odds to become the first U-M student in decades to be elected to Ann Arbor’s City Council—and what he plans to do once he’s there.
campus | 10/26/2015
Studying abroad can be tough, even in Ann Arbor. Two international students talk about the tests and triumphs of living in the States, including how resources—such as LSA’s Sweetland Center for Writing—are important for personal and academic success.
the michigan difference | 10/19/2015
Moving from math to comics to sonnets to science, this issue of LSA Magazine celebrates mashups and the discoveries that happen when ideas connect.
the michigan difference | 10/13/2015
Malcolm Gladwell calls LSA social psychologist Richard Nisbett "the most influential thinker in my life." Nisbett's latest book builds on a career spent studying the way people think in order to help us make better decisions.
the michigan difference | 10/8/2015
Voting rights. Capital punishment. Affirmative action. LSA Dean Andrew D. Martin offers his take on the issues currently before the Supreme Court and explains his fascination with this "anti-democratic institution."