This issue of the Archive is all about, you guessed it, SECRETS! Inside, you'll learn all about what you didn't know you didn't know, from how one man conned an empress (supposedly) to how a Spanish chicken farmer turned into a notorious double agent to the location (maybe) of the Ark of the Covenant. With all of this declassified information to dive into, you'll be sure to have a great time reading SECRETS!
Welcome to yet another edition of The Michigan Archive! Inside you'll find stories of doomed expeditions, scientific discoveries, missing artifacts, and much more. We hope you find it as fun to read as we did to make - but don't get too lost in the pages.
THE FLOP ERA
For our Fall 2022 issue, we're taking a look at some of the most cringe and fail moments in history, and we hope you'll join us on our journey! THE FLOP ERA is 36 pages of articles and activities written, edited, and designed by our wonderful team. Make sure to take a look inside to learn about historical mistakes their subjects only WISH they could forget!
Winter 2022 — Pt. 2
This winter, we're finishing out the (academic) year by taking it back—way back. ROOTS is 34 pages of articles and quizzes entirely written and designed by us!
Take a look in this issue to read about the ancient world and how historical developments, beliefs, and social structures have made our world the way it is today. We hope you enjoy!
Sex, Drugs, and Rock 'n' Roll
We're starting the year off with a spicy issue for the history loving daredevil! Sex, Drugs, and Rock 'n' Roll is 46 pages of articles and quizzes entirely written and designed by us!
This time we've taken a thematic approach, with 3 sections containing 3 pieces each on... you guessed it!
Sex, Drugs, and Rock 'n' Roll!
Fall 2021 — Pt. 2
A surprise end of the year issue!! Retrograde is 54 pages of articles and quizzes entirely written and designed by us!
Retrograde motion is the illusion that a planetary body is moving backwards. While this issue is definitely not an illusion, take a moment to look back on some elements from the past 200 years of history, before you continue forward.