Way OT-Dog friendly apartments near campus?

Way OT-Dog friendly apartments near campus?

Submitted by da3mite on July 27th, 2014 at 2:38 PM

If this is not acceptable as an MGoBlog forum topic, I apologize! Please let me know where else I could direct this question.


I'm searching for an apartment/townhouse/houseroom close to the UMich's central campus (within 2 miles) that would allow a dog. Does anyone have any recommendations/places they know of? Any place in walking distance to central campus would certainly be fantastic. I've already checked many apartment finder websites/Craigslist, but I feel like I'm not receiving the entire picture---after going to school here, I am confident there are more dog-friendly, nearby places than the apartment finder websites are showing.


Thanks in advance! Help a fellow Wolverine out!

OT? - Albert Kahn Buildings on Campus

OT? - Albert Kahn Buildings on Campus

Submitted by mikoyan on March 3rd, 2011 at 1:11 AM

Lately, I've been doing quite a few pictures in Detroit.  In particular, I have been trying to seek out the buildings of Albert Kahn as he was one of the prominent architects of many of the more famous buildings in Detroit.  Anyways, I also noticed that he did a bunch of the buildings on the University's main campus.

So last night, I went for a walk around campus and of course I was accompanied by my camera.  So here are my blog entries:


My first stop was Angell Hall


Then Hill Auditorium


The Tower...Well not *THE* Tower as that's in Ypsi...:)




The Grad LIbrary


West Engineering Building


Randall Laboratory


The C.C. Little Building


The Natural History Building

I hope you all enjoy.

OT - Smokestacks on Campus

OT - Smokestacks on Campus

Submitted by blue_shift on February 8th, 2010 at 6:20 PM

OK, so I have an embarrassingly dumb question.

I've been a student here now for almost four years, and I have to ask, what is that building on central campus with the smokestacks? It's right next to the USB and across from the glass Biomed building.

My first guess was that it was a power plant, but I can't seem to find a name or anything it. Is it owned by the university? And do any classes utilize it for anything?