Campus and Community Photography
A long stories tradition of the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), a collaborative organization of nine historically African American Greek lettered fraternities and sororites happens on the Central Campus Diag at midnight each fall.
Balance of Engineering
Tristian Perez-Rivera, EE BSE Student, balances life and studies just like he balances himself on the pommel horse and the apparatuses of gymnastics with his involvement on U-M's Men's Gymnastics team.
The metronome days of warm and sun on central campus as students pass by the dial of Orion.
Tradition of Representation
The tradition of students protesting the political and societal changes around them is strong in Ann Arbor as these students march in protest to recent immigration raids.
The Bookstore Mural
Fourth legendary authors overlook the students, staff, faculty, and citizens of Ann Arbor every day as they pass by the corner of State St. and E. Liberty.
The Glow on the River
As the sun sets on the rest of Ann Arbor, it glimmers powerfully on the ever-flowing Huron River that flows through the Nichols Arboretum.
Notes from Nichols
Familiar notes flow from an unsuspecting, but familiar park in Ann Arbor, MI on a beautiful summer day.
Last Stroke of the Day
The Ann Arbor Pioneer High School rowing team practices on the Huron River during a beautiful fall evening.
Unsung Hero of E. Liberty
Adding to the ambiance of Ann Arbor are the performers who line the streets of Ann Arbor who we pass by on a daily basis.
Before the Hustle & Bustle
When the sun dawns on North University Ave., it starts coming to life with the students, staff, faculty, and townies that inhabit Ann Arbor.