Elections 2016

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Hundreds of University of Michigan community members signed a petition condemning recent protests and vigils held on campus, as well as statements made by Uni

And maybe that’s what art is for. Maybe it’s to remind us all of our own humanity, to hold a mirror before our face and say “See, this is what you are.”

Yesterday, many students woke up and didn’t know what to do. Over the past eight years, most millennials have lived and breathed an Obama administration, an administration that captured many of their goals and inspired tremendous hope for the future.

After what seemed like an eternity, the election is over. All I have to say is that this country is more careless than I thought.

Protestors mourn the fact that Donald Trump was elected U.S. president on the Diag Wednesday.

Both a vigil and anti-Trump rally were held Wednesday night in protest of President-elect Donald Trump’s unexpected win in the Diag, drawing a crowd of nearly 1,000 University of Michig

Former U.S. Congressman John Dingell, Ambassador Ron Weiser, Marina Whitman, Mara Ostfeld and Betsey Stevenson provide analysis of the unprecedented presidential election yesterday for audience members in the Ford School of Public Policy Wednesday afterno

More than 200 people, many sitting on the floor to fit into the space, assembled Wednesday at the Ford School of Public Policy to listen to a panel of five professors and politicians analyze the results of the election and give projections on how future policy will be affected by President-

Dear Secretary Clinton,

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Wednesday morning, University of Michigan students woke up to find the Rock — a University landmark located at the intersection of Hill Street and Washtenaw Avenue frequently painted by students — depicting violent slogans.  

U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell (D–Mich.) speaks with supporters of then-presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton about campaigning for Clinton in the Michigan Union on February 13, 2016.

While Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump won an unexpected victory in the general election Tuesday night, on the state and congressional level Democrats dominated in traditionally blue Ann Arbor.

LSA sophomore David Schuberth embraces LSA freshman Sonny Newman on the Diag early Wednesday morning after Donald Trump was announced president-elect.

Immediately following President-elect Donald Trump’s unexpected victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, about 30 students at the University of Michigan gathered in the Diag to hold a vigil for the country and the rights of minorities.

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