From the battles of Lev Gleason to a Civil War battle that changed a nation
In the first volume of his presidential memoirs, Barack Obama writes about his campaign and events during his first term
Obama covers well-known moments from that presidential campaign, such as the controversy that arose over his relationship with the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, and lesser-known ones, such as a tense exchange with his then-rival Hillary Clinton on a tarmac.
A young human rights lawyer’s journey has taken her to the country her activist parents fled
Since January 2020, Rez Gardi has been living in Duhok, in Iraq’s autonomous Kurdistan Region.
Michigan's secretary of state reflects on the work needed to preserve voting rights
“We were prepared for everything with regard to this last election cycle, except for the levels to which people would stoop to try to stop democracy and deny the voice of the people,” says Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson ’04.
From her early years to the formation of her opera company, Cerise Lim Jacobs has charted an unexpected path
From her early years to the formation of her opera company, Cerise Lim Jacobs ’81 has charted an unexpected path.
After a long career in academia and the U.S. Army Reserve, Gregory Maggs achieved a dream with a seat on the highest court for military personnel
“I don’t think we are dominated by any one school of thought. I disagree with the judges that were appointed by the Republicans about as much as I disagree with the judges appointed by Democrats,” says Maggs.