Wonder and Woe: The Challenges of Internet
U-M School of Information’s Cliff Lampe explores bad internet behaviors in accompaniment to performances of The Believers Are But Brothers.
Reality Winner: Espionage or Whistle-Blowing?
A discussion of Reality Winner’s case with Brian Willen (lawyer and UMS board member), Barbara McQuade (U-M law professor and NBC News legal analyst), and Greg Stejskal (former FBI special agent).
“Believers” by Javaad Alipoor
UK-based artist, director, writer, and activist Javaad Alipoor shares insights into the development of his play, The Believers Are But Brothers, and its journey to Ann Arbor.
Meet Cayenne Harris, UMS’s new VP for Education & Community Engagement
Harris will oversee UMS’s activities designed for K-12, university, and community audiences.
10 Favorite Moments of 2019
We are ending the year with a look back at some of our fondest memories from 2019!
Why Join the UMS Student Committee?
Student Committee co-leaders Jacob Gibson and Jaime Sharp share what makes UMS’s student committee stand out from more than 1,600 student organizations at Michigan.
Favorite Internship Moments by Victoria Briones and Zion Jackson
2019 21st Century Artist interns Victoria Briones and Zion Jackson share some of their favorite moments and lessons learned.
UMS’s Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide 2019
Unwrap an unforgettable performance this holiday season.
From ‘Native Son’ to ‘Native Song’
Tony Award-winning playwright and composer Stew speaks about the relevancy of his work today as it comments on Notes of a Native Son by legendary writer James Baldwin.
#UMSplaylists: Big Band Holidays Takeover
Deck the halls on Apple Music and Spotify with Wynton Marsalis and his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.