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"Listen In, Michigan" is an audio storytelling feature brought to you by the online alumni magazine, Michigan Today. From historical features and alumni dispatches to campus news and provocative opinions, "Listen In, Michigan" will entertain and inform, helping to keep you connected to the University of Michigan — today.

"Listen In, Michigan" is an audio storytelling feature brought to you by the online alumni magazine, Michigan Today. From historical features and alumni dispatches to campus news and provocative opinions, "Listen In, Michigan" will entertain and inform, helping to keep you connected to the University of Michigan — today.

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United States

Description:

"Listen In, Michigan" is an audio storytelling feature brought to you by the online alumni magazine, Michigan Today. From historical features and alumni dispatches to campus news and provocative opinions, "Listen In, Michigan" will entertain and inform, helping to keep you connected to the University of Michigan — today.

Language:

English

Contact:

734-647-5717


Episodes

Episode 53: The Greatest Comeback, Featuring John U. Bacon, BA '86/MA '94

11/20/2022
John U. Bacon at amazon.com

Duration:00:13:48

Episode 52: Harvest at the Campus Farm, featuring Jeremy Moghtader & Talya Soytas

11/18/2022
Campus Farm U-M’s Sustainable Food Program (UMSFP) Michigan Dining Maize & Blue Cupboard,

Duration:00:17:46

Episode 51: Art Fair -- A ‘jewel in Ann Arbor’s crown,’ featuring Angela Kline

8/27/2022
Artists featured in this episode, in order of appearance: Ann Arbor Street Art Fair Chris Roberts Antieau Armando Pedroso Mark Sudduth Jack Magurany Jake Blok Thomas Wargin School of Rock Ann Arbor

Duration:00:19:31

Episode 50: Making the "Joy Choice," featuring Michelle Segar, PhD, MPH, MS

6/25/2022
The Joy Choice Michelle Segar

Duration:00:19:00

Episode 49: Remembering Jim Toy, featuring Scott Dennis, MS '90

2/11/2022
Transforming Societal Paradigms: Jim Toy at TEDxUofM Spectrum Center website Spectrum Center Oral Histories Project Spectrum Center: Jim Toy's Legacy: Video Jim Toy Community Center Remembering Jim Toy (at Michigan Today) Jim Toy: Spectrum Center Oral Histories Project

Duration:00:17:59

Episode 48: Tales of a G-man, featuring Greg Stejskal

12/17/2021
FBI Case Files: Michigan -- Tales of a G-man Music samples are royalty-free tracks from elements.envato.com

Duration:00:19:51

Episode 47: Sing to the Colors, featuring James Tobin

10/22/2021
"Sing to the Colors: A Writer Explores Two Centuries at the University of Michigan" is published by the University of Michigan Press. Music in this episode includes: The Yellow and BlueVarsityI Wanna Go Back to Michigan

Duration:00:21:03

Episode 46: Scents and sensibilities, featuring Michelle Krell Kydd

8/28/2021
Blog: Glass, petal, smoke TedxUofM Talk: Secrets from a trained nose

Duration:00:20:11

Episode 45: Wisdom and whimsy, featuring David Zinn

6/25/2021
David ZInn Facebook David Zinn Instagram The Chalk Art Handbook: How to Create Masterpieces on Driveways and Sidewalks and in Playgrounds Temporary Preserves Chalk Art by David Zinn Underfoot Menagerie: More Street Art by David Zinn

Duration:00:23:48

Episode 44: The (commencement) song remains the same

5/14/2021
Read about Michigan's 2021 Commencement Ceremony Visit the 2021 Commencement page for videos, photos, and coverage of individual schools and colleges

Duration:00:15:37

Episode 43: Art'sTangible Effect, feat. Wendell Pierce

2/22/2021
University Musical Society Register to view "Some Old Black Man" 5 things to know about "Some Old Black Man" Post-premiere discussion with the cast & crew The making of "Some Old Black Man" Set tour Producing theater in a pandemic

Duration:00:18:16

Episode 42: The interior life of Albert Kahn, featuring Claire Zimmerman

1/29/2021
Michigan Today Claire Zimmerman Albert Kahn Associates

Duration:00:19:38

Episode 41: The conquering heroines of Title IX, featuring Sara Fitzgerald, BA '73

10/23/2020
Conquering Heroines: How Women Fought Sex Bias at Michigan and Paved the Way for Title IX.

Duration:00:18:59

Episode 40: Ken Fischer: Ann Arbor's 'Music Man'

8/30/2020
University Musical Society

Duration:00:20:45

Episiode 39: Going /aut/ with Keith Orr and Martin Contreras

6/27/2020
When Keith Orr and Martin Contreras refashioned their Mexican restaurant La Casita de Lupe into /aut/BAR in 1995, they sought to deliver a radically different gay-positive experience to the people of Ann Arbor. Their club would be the city’s first full-time, gay-owned gay bar. For the more than two decades that followed, Orr and Contreras created a sanctuary in Kerrytown’s Braun Court that sustained and nurtured the local LGBTQ community through myriad social, political, and legislative ups...

Duration:00:15:43

Coffee, COVID, & a course correction with Sweetwaters' Lisa Bee

4/25/2020
Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea

Duration:00:16:54

Prof Andrea Turpin: The first female students at U-M

2/28/2020
The Heritage Project Madelon's World Andrea Turpin "A New Moral Vision: Gender, Religion, and the Changing Purposes of American Higher Education, 1837-1917 (American Institutions and Society)."

Duration:00:11:45

The editor and the the giants

2/28/2020
Bentley Historical Library Collections Magazine Esquire Classic: F. Scott Fitzgerald

Duration:00:20:29

It's a Woman's World, featuring Coach Kim Barnes Arico

2/28/2020
Kim Barnes Arico mgoblue.com

Duration:00:16:26

Capturing space at the Michigan Union

1/24/2020
This is how you 'capture space' (Michigan Today) Listen in, Michigan, Episode 19 -- Re:Union Constructing gender: The origins of Michigan's Union and League (Bentley Historical Library.) Renovated, improved, historic Michigan Union offers intriguing features (University Record) Union project revealed surprises, reuse opportunities (University Record) Michigan Union Re:Union website

Duration:00:12:57