April 12, 2015, Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy for president of the United States. That was one year, six months and 14 days ago; 563 days have come and gone since then and there are still 13 left to go before Election Day.

Last Saturday, Penn State University shocked the college football world with an improbable upset over Ohio State University in State College, Pa., the town popularly known as Happy Valley. Despite being 20-point underdogs, the Nittany Lions defeated the Buckeyes by a score of 24-21.

For weeks, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has claimed that the election is rigged against him and that voter fraud will hand Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton

Michigan wins against State
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Earlier this month, a Walmart executive gave a surprising campus talk.

Seeing the classic call me when you get a sec text from my stepdad Tuesday morning, I knew my day was about to get much worse. Walking out of East Hall to a quiet place to call him back felt like a lifetime.

After a long, hype-filled summer prepared us for the showdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, we are finally done with presidential debates for the 2016 election season.

Staying afloat
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I have a deep self-destructive streak, which is why I often add myself to Tea Party Facebook groups.

The state of Michigan has a history of taking power away from local governments, witnessed in the use of emergency manager systems and more recently in the state’s implementation of a Receivership Transition Advisory Board in Flint.

Earlier this month, the University of Michigan launched its Diversity, Equity & Inclusion plan, committing

Over the past few years, both students and administrators at the University of Michigan have addressed campus sexual assault through new policies and ongoing campus activism — but amid all this focus, at times the personal stories of individuals who have survived an assault can be lost in the big

As Detroit Public Schools continues to face turmoil, a group of attorneys and experts, including a nonprofit law center in Los Angeles, has brought a lawsuit against the state of Michigan in feder

In fall 2015, University President Mark Schlissel introduced plans to create a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategic Plan for campus. This initiative specifies that by Oct.

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Early yesterday morning, students discovered three different types of fliers in Haven and Mason Halls that advocated racist viewpoints such as “Why white women shouldn’t date

As the University of Michigan and Ann Arbor grow in population and develop each year, demand for off-ca

Last Thursday, the University of Michigan Board of Regents voted to reinstate a bylaw that encourages student participation in University decision-making removed in 2011.

On Aug. 4, Ann Arbor became the first city in Michigan to raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco from 18 to 21.