Tuesday, April 9, 2019 - 10:55pm

From bright, multicolored “rocks” strategically placed on the walls to puffs of white chalk lingering in the air to climbers dangling fifty feet in the air, there was no shortage of visually interesting things to photograph at Planet Rock in Ann Arbor. Accompanied by two experienced climbers, I was able to shoot as they tackled bouldering problems and top-roping routes. Eventually, I took a break from shooting to get my belay certification so I could try out the top-rope routes myself.

Sunday, March 24, 2019 - 7:56pm
Katelyn Mulcahy and Alexis Rankin served as co-Managing Photo Editors in 2018.

In observance of Women’s History Month, The Daily’s sports section is launching its second annual series aimed at telling the stories of female athletes, coaches and teams at the University from the perspective of the female sports photographers on staff. We continue the series with this story from the 2018 Managing Photo Editors Katelyn Mulcahy and Alexis Rankin.

Monday, January 28, 2019 - 10:35pm

Saturday morning, students from the Program in the Environment (PitE) Club joined over 75 other volunteers and the Huron River Watershed Council to search for stoneflies in the Huron River.


Tuesday, November 28, 2017 - 7:02pm

The Michigan Daily photo staff share photos from their Thanksgivings, featuring traditions, family, and memories. 

Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - 9:44pm

Ann Arbor, like every other quintessential college town, has an abundance of coffee shops. From the well-known chains like Starbucks to more local varieties, choosing the right coffee shop to study at or catch up with friends can be a daunting task. As someone who usually frequents the same coffee shop on campus, I wanted to branch out and explore what makes each shop on campus unique. Additionally, I wanted to capture their ambience and explore why students pick one over the other.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 - 8:21pm
A man enjoys the fall weather.

As students of the University of Michigan, it's easy to forget that this town isn't made up of solely 20-something-year-old transplants. On Saturday, CameraMall hosted a street photography workshop taught by the renowned, Detroit-based, street photographer Andy Shields. With the students fleeing town for fall break, this presented an interesting opportunity to document the lives of a wider variety of Ann Arbor residents. So I took to the streets.

Thursday, October 12, 2017 - 10:30pm
LSA professor Annemarie Toebosch presents a commemorative plaque to speaker Gea Sijpkes.

The 22nd annual DeVries-Vanderkooy Memorial lecture, an event organized by the University of Michigan Germanic Languages and Literatures program to spread information about Dutch society, was held Thursday evening and featured a presentation by Gea Sijpkes, CEO of Humanitas Deventer, a long-term elderly care facility in the Netherlands. 

Thursday, October 5, 2017 - 5:53pm
University of Michigan faculty support students protests against the naming of the C.C. Little building Thursday.

University of Michigan faculty gathered outside the C.C. Little Building Thursday afternoon to take part in an informational picket in support of recent student activism calling for the renaming of the building. Faculty members distributed flyers pointing to former University President Clarence Cook Little’s support for eugenic, anti-immigrant and anti-miscegenation movements as reason to change the building’s name.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017 - 7:49pm

On Friday September 15th, I headed to the Diag to photograph my friends’ band, Shmongo, at an event hosted by Stamp Nation, a student organization devoted to student musicians. Shmongo is made up of five students in the school of Music, Theatre & Dance: Geoff Brown, Aaron Willette, Jacob Suagrman, Ryan Cox and Joey Fortino. Having a large DSLR camera in my hands didn’t stop me from dancing to the music. It is almost impossible not to have a great time at a Shmongo concert. The band never fails to create a special experience for its audience.

Sunday, September 24, 2017 - 3:15pm
Ann Arbor residents participate in the Out of the Darkness walk for suicide prevention in Ann Arbor Saturday.

Approximately 400 Ann Arbor community members embarked in unseasonably warm temperatures to raise awareness for suicide education and prevention by participating in the Out of the Darkness community walk Saturday morning in West Park.