March 15, 2023
by Anna McCarley

The block M on the back of the scoreboard at Michigan Stadium stands against the sky above the gates to the stadium.

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 Wynton Marsalis announced as 2023 commencement speaker

The University has announced that Wynton Marsalis will be the 2023 Spring Commencement speaker. Marsalis serves as director of Jazz Studies at the Juilliard School in New York City, and has been the recipient of both the National Medal of Arts and the National Humanities Medal. The commencement ceremony will take place on April 29 at Michigan Stadium.

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CSG hosts free pop-up thrift store in the Michigan Union

On Sunday, Central Student Government organized a pop-up thrift store at the Michigan Union. CSG has spent the last month setting up clothing donation stations in residence halls, fraternity and sorority houses, and some apartment buildings. CSG partnered with the National Panhellenic Conference, the Residence Halls Association and the U-M Interfraternity Council to arrange the event.

Holocaust survivor stands on a stage with a microphone in Angell hall. Behind her is a screen with a slide saying “Day of Remembrance. 11:00-12:00. Wednesday April 17”. There are some students' heads at the bottom of the photo.

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Holocaust survivor shares her story with UMich students

Michigan Hillel and Students for Holocaust Awareness, Remembrance and Education hosted the second event in the “Media, Memory and Messaging: How We Remember the Holocaust Matters” series. The event featured Irene Miller, a Holocaust survivor who spoke about her experience escaping Poland as a child and the years after the end of World War II.

Digital illustration of someone on the beach, holding a drink with a little umbrella in it. A rocket travels through the sky and the earth implodes with fire.
Design by Arunika Shee.

 Rejecting the final frontier

An illustration of 8 blue boxes surrounding the text “TV Beat’s Top Title Sequences”. From the top left going clockwise each box contains Buffy from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Aria from Pretty Little Liars, Kim from Kim Possible, Donna from That 70’s Show, Raphael from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Wanda from Wandavision, Marissa from the O.C., and Mabel from Gravity Falls.

Design by Grace Filbin.

 The TV beat’s favorite title sequences

There is nothing like the feeling of sitting down and hearing the sweet tune of  your favorite television show’s introduction. From Disney Channel classics to HBO dramas, there is no shortage of iconic opening credits. Read more here to find out what our Daily Arts writers think are the best TV intros of all time.

Courtesy of Carolina Costa.

A conversation with Caroline Costa of Sundance’s ‘Fancy Dance’

Design of someone reading a book in a chair looking confused.

Design by Abby Schreck.

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