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Michigan Daily News Update

February 12, 2005

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CURRENT HIGHLIGHTS:

* A Life on the Grand Stage
* Theater to preserve Miller's presence
* 'U,' students remember playwright, mourn loss
* Soaring from 'U' to immortality
* From the Daily: Arthur Miller
* Off the Stage
* Miller at the Daily
* Writings
* Miller's work for the Gargoyle * The life timeline of Arthur Miller
* Quotes on Arthur Miller

* A Life on the Grand Stage

Arthur Miller, one of the University's most distinguished alumni and a leading force in American theater, died in his Roxbury, Conn., home Thursday night at age 89. The Associated Press reported heart failure as the cause of his death....

* Theater to preserve Miller's presence
With a single postcard, Arthur Miller ensured his legacy at the University would endure. Penned by Miller in 2000, the postcard granted his alma mater the rights to name a theater after him which, when completed, will be the only theater in the...

* 'U,' students remember playwright, mourn loss
Arthur Miller's legacy lives on through his impact on the University community. His life and work influenced many involved in theater at his alma mater. "We mourn the death of Arthur Miller, one of the nation's most...

* Soaring from 'U' to immortality

Miller, who gained national renown for his twin plays criticizing McCarthy-era America, "The Crucible" and "Death of a Salesman," died Thursday. These works exposed the tenuous bonds between government and private life. His...

* From the Daily: Arthur Miller

Arthur Miller, the acclaimed American playwright, passed away yesterday at the age of 89. One of the University's most distinguished alumni, he stood out not only for his influential and symbolic playwriting but also for his consistent...

* Off the Stage

Miller, aside from writing for the theater, was a prolific contributor to magazines and newspapers. While attending the University, he was a writer and an editor for The Michigan Daily, as well as The Gargoyle. In his later life, even after...

* Miller at the Daily 1934

Arthur Miller arrives at the University to study journalism. May 1935 Miller begins writing articles and editorials for the Michigan Daily 1936-7 Miller wins two Avery Hopwood Award for drama for "No...

* Writings Click on the image to view this article.

* Miller's work for the Gargoyle

* The life timeline of Arthur Miller

October 17, 1915 Born in Brooklyn, New York City 1927 Sees first play at the Shubert Theater in New York City 1934 Enrolls at the University of Michigan 1936 Wins first Avery Hopwood and Julie Hopwood...

* Quotes on Arthur Miller

"He said he stopped writing for the Daily because he didn't like sticking to the facts. He much preferred making things up. The rest, you know, is history." --Enoch Brater, Theater and English professor who...

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