University of Michigan History

Can you answer these questions about the University of Michigan?
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Last updated: July 5, 2019
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What three cities are home to a University of Michigan campus?
Ann Arbor
What are Michigan's colors?
Maize and Blue
In athletics, what school is considered to be Michigan's greatest rival?
Ohio State
Who announced his idea for the Peace Corps on the steps of the Michigan Union in 1960?
John F. Kennedy
What future U.S. President graduated from Michigan in 1935?
Gerald Ford
Michigan's motto is "Artes, Scientia, Veritas". What does "Veritas" mean in English?
What is the team name of the University of Michigan?
What Michigan quarterback went on to become one of the greatest players in NFL history?
Tom Brady
What is the nickname of Michigan's football stadium?
The Big House
What med school graduate built a hotel so that he could murder people during
the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago?
H. H. Holmes
In a famous 1925 trial, law school graduate Clarence Darrow defended a Tennessee teacher
who was on trial for teaching evolution. What was the name of the teacher?
John Scopes
What T.V. show featured the fictional "Dharma Project" - the creation of U of M scientists?
What 1978 Michigan dropout went on to become one of the most influential
pop singers of the 20th century?
What is the nickname of notorious Michigan graduate Ted Kaczynski?
The Unabomber
What science of 1's and 0's was invented by Michigan grad Claude Shannon?
Information Theory
What company was co-founded by Michigan grad Larry Page in 1998?
What is Michigan's fight song?
The Victors
What Michigan grad wrote many famous plays including "The Crucible" and
"Death of a Salesman"?
Arthur Miller
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