LSA sophomore Eric Olivero shaves his beard after participating in No-Shave November.
The annual Fashion Issue combined art and clothing. This portrait was inspired by Johannes Vermeer’s “The Girl with the Pearl Earring.”
MSA President Chris Armstrong was the subject of national news after coming under attack from Assistant Attorney General Andrew Shirvell for his “radical homosexual agenda.”
The cover photo for The Statement’s annual Photos of the Year Issue.
The Dream Act, which would have granted citizenship to undocumented immigrants enrolled in college, passed through the U.S. House of Representatives, but failed to become a bill in the Senate.
Denard Robinson’s father Thomas Robinson Sr. watches the Iowa football game (with his son on screen) in their hometown Deerfield Beach, Florida on Oct. 16, 2010.
Michigan rowers Ashley Kroll and Felice Mueller won gold in the 2,000 meter race at the World Championships in Belarus on July 24, 2010.
Brady Hoke was announced as Michigan’s new football coach on Jan. 11, 2010.
People dressed as Stormtroopers walk in the Gator Bowl parade in Jacksonville, Fla. on New Year’s Day.
A member of the University’s parkour club practices his skills.
Members of the University’s synchronized swimming team practices their routine.
A member of b-boying group Element 1 showcases his moves.
President Barack Obama delivers the commencement address to the class of 2010 on May 1, 2010.
Children perform a traditional Native American dance at the 39th annual Dance for Mother Earth Powwow on March 19, 2011.
Troy Woolfolk was a leader on Michigan’s defense, but an injury kept him off the field this season.
Graduate student Sam Mast participates in a prescribed burn in the Arb coordinated by Natural Areas Manager Jeff Plakke on Nov. 9, 2010. These burns take place every spring, summer, and fall in order to control exotic plants and promote native plant regeneration. Graduate student Sam Mast participates in a prescribed burn in the Arb coordinated by Natural Areas Manager Jeff Plakke. These burns take place every spring, summer, and fall in order to control exotic plants and promote native plant regeneration.
Fashion and art are celebrated in a recreation of Roy Lichtenstein’s pop-art portrait, “Thinking of Him.”
Quarterback Denard Robinson after Michigan’s 52-14 loss on Jan. 1, 2011.
Students from the Musical Theater Department have gone on from Ann Arbor to Broadway productions
Former Michigan football coach Rich Rodriguez’s Michigan apparel being auctioned off at the Salvation Army on Jan. 15, 2011.
Darius Morris reacts after missing a buzzer shot against Duke in the third round of the NCAA tournament on Mar. 20, 2011. Michigan lost 73 to 71.