Marna Clowney-Robinson, Karen Downing, Darlene Nichols and Helen Look speak on why it's so important for libraries to take deliberate actions to ensure that they are inclusive of multiracial populations.
Looking for a course related to game studies for the Fall term? We'll list several of them here. You can find out more about studying games at U-M on our video game studies research guide.
The June display of Undergraduate Library books in the Shapiro Lobby highlights memoirs by LGBTQ+ authors. Celebrate Pride month by exploring the diverse array of stories presented through these selections.
Unlike most other large East Asia libraries in North America, the University of Michigan’s started its collection with materials related to Japanese rather than Chinese Studies. In October 1950, the library made a significant addition to its newly formed collection by purchasing nearly 20,000 volumes from the Kamada Library in Sakaide, Kagawa Prefecture.
Who knew that Boba Fett was a fan of the dab?
Design Lab Intern Aaron Chow describes a video he created using his homebuilt, motorized board, a smartphone, and a DJI Osmo gimbal.
Design Lab Intern Gloria Chun talks about her cookie-decorating Community Night project.
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