Mike Rosenbaum


Location icon United States of America

Mike Rosenbaum is a Michigan-based freelance writer and author of the book, "Wolverine: A Photographic History of Michigan Football." His next book, on the history of University of Michigan basketball, will be published shortly.

D-Link website
The Evolution of Wi-Fi

Infographic on the history of Wi-Fi, produced for the D-Link website. I wrote the text, but didn't design the graphics.

Michigan Today

A generation of Michigan football fans has grown up expecting that every U-M game would be on TV. But it wasn't always that way. For many Michigan fans, radio provided the primary link to Wolverines football. And nobody made those broadcasts come alive more vividly than Bob Ufer, '43.

Detroit Jewish News
Olympic Dream

Jamie Silverstein's skating goals led to sacrifices for herself and her family.

Solidarity Magazine
Corvette at 50

America's premier sports car celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2002.

Detroit Jewish News
Was (Not Was) Is

The story of a rock/funk/soul band that mystified record companies but thrilled critics and fans.

Observer & Eccentric Newspapers
Walk On

How Sam Yashinsky achieved his dream of pitching for the University of Michigan.

Detroit Jewish News
A Glass Act

Dani Katsir is a former Israeli Air Force officer who became a stained-glass artist.

The Scoop
A Daring Rescue

Detroiter Paul McGrier explains how he rescued a man from a flaming car.

Observer & Eccentric Newspapers
What Are the Maccabi Games?

A sports column explains the history behind the Jewish athletic competition.