campus | 1/11/2016
Thirty years before Photoshop, artist Robert Heinecken used scissors, paste, and Con-Tact paper to transform magazine ads into art. History of Art Professor Matt Biro is writing the first book-length treatment of his life and work.
campus | 1/4/2016
People might joke that they’re addicted to cookies or a favorite flavor of ice cream, but addiction to some foods could be no laughing matter.
the michigan difference | 12/7/2015
Planning to do some online holiday shopping? LSA Ph.D. student Darren Stevenson explains how advertisers get and use your personal data to predict what you’ll buy—and, sometimes, even what you’ll pay.
the michigan difference | 11/23/2015
As a patron and purveyor of delicious healthy food, LSA alumnus Noam Kimelman helps bring local high school kids together with entrepreneurs in Detroit to inspire better living through better eating.
the michigan difference | 11/16/2015
Twitter is transforming the way LSA professors interact with peers, engage with students, and share insights about their favorite TV shows—er, research!