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Young Alumni Newsletter - University of Michigan College of Literature, Science, and the Arts

FRIDAY 04.07.17

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BORN TO RECORD WILD

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Step aside ELO, there’s a new instrumentalist group in town and they’re called nature. Hear how LSA alumnus Bernie Krause (A.B. ’60) records a symphony of animal sounds and mixes them with music. Then, take the mystery audio quiz to test your animal noise knowledge and check out Krause’s music on LSA’s Soundcloud page.

GET CONNECTED

PSA to all young alums: Don't miss an opportunity to mentor a current student as they work or intern in your city this summer! The LSA Summer Mentorship Program pairs young alumni mentors with students who want to learn how to make the most of their summer experiences and how to adult after graduation. The 2017 application is now open! It’s due by the end of the day on Sunday, April 9th and will take less than 5 minutes to complete.

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POP-UPS AND THE PAST

Seven pop-up art exhibits can be found around campus recognizing the challenging aspects of U-M’s past while looking forward towards our future.

WALK IN THE PARK

Parks seem like pretty standard spaces— trees, grass, swing sets, that really annoying mulch that gets in your shoes. . . time to reimagine them.

EW, THAT’S SOOO GROSS

The human instinct of disgust has its perks. The reaction is probably going to keep you from eating those questionable fish tacos that are still sitting in your fridge from last week. Is this reaction keeping us from living sustainably though?

FOOLIN’ AROUND

In case you needed another reason to love Ann Arbor, everyone’s favorite city will be hosting its annual community art spectacle, Festifools, this upcoming weekend.

The Friday Bluebook

The world's largest manufacturer of magic supplies can be found in what city in Michigan? (Click answer below.)

A

Saginaw

B

Colon

C

Mackinaw
City

Last week, 39% of you correctly guessed that women were first admitted to the University in 1870. Another 38% of you guessed 1910 and the rest guessed 1892.

Join the Conversation Support Students

Share DYAC stories and connect with us and each other! Mention @UMichLSA and tag #LSAvictors on your favorite social networks.

Donate now to the LSA Fund for Need-Based Student Support or the LSA Fund for Student Internships.

About the Dean's Young Alumni Council

The Dean’s Young Alumni Council (DYAC) is a highly engaged group of recent graduates whose mission is to meaningfully connect with the College and within their communities, and work to create a culture of giving among LSA’s young alumni. Check out our website for more information and fill out our interest form to get involved!


Let’s chat:
Amanda is a 2016 LSA graduate who is going to be eating some deep dish pizza for dinner. To all the young alums living in Chicago, here are some suggestions. Have information or events you’d like included in the newsletter? Any questions or feedback? Just hit “reply” to talk to me.

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