Over the past eight years, frustration with partisan gridlock has reached an all-time high. The U.S.

With Valentine’s Day less than a month away and the heart-shaped boxes of chocolate appearing on the shelves of Walgreens, I find myself reminded of the time when I would spend countless hours perusing aisle upon aisle for the perfect box for my then-girlfriend.

Age does not mean much in regard to who you are as a person. Sure, it means a lot for your physical development as a human being in the early stages of your life, but it should not hinder one’s credibility.

On Monday, Jan. 16, I attended the keynote Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium event at Hill Auditorium. And while I was there to see Amy Goodman and Issa Rae, I was really struck by a version of the U.S. national anthem that was performed by two graduate students.

After about four and a half months of downtime following a rocket explosion during test operations, SpaceX returned to flight on Jan. 14.

Do you remember how, for many Americans, Nov.

Hacker Voice: I'm in?
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I am pretty good at keeping my personal information private, so I tend not to think of my banking app as part of my online presence.

A half-century ago, James Watson and Francis Crick became renowned for revealing the double helix structure of DNA, the molecule in each cell that provides the “blueprint” for human beings.

Sometimes it’s refreshing to hear a distinction between America’s political parties that isn’t the hackneyed “liberals drive BMWs and conservatives drive pickup trucks” shtick. Other times, however, it can be a bit jarring, as you realize just how ideologically divergent the two parties are.

Last November, the University of Michigan announced it would participate in Ann Arbor’s deer cull efforts, a program first approved by Ann Arbor City Council by an 8-1 

Last month, Michigan’s Lt. Gov.

Do you have a voice that needs to be shared? Do you find yourself theorizing about why events in the news happen the way they do?

Over the past several months, protests over construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline have grown from a whisper to a feverous roar, both on campus and across the nation.

This week on campus, students continued to react to both the presidential election results and the multiple hate

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.

What we feel — and what most of our campus feels — is an enormous loss in Hillary Clinton’s defeat in this election. With Trump’s victory, racism, misogyny and hate appear to have won.

A month ago, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton held an 11-point lead over Donald Trump. As of Monday night, that had dwindled to a 3-point lead.

Next week, Ann Arbor residents will vote to elect the city's mayor as well as five candidates to fill seats on City Council. Four of the six seats are uncontested, including the mayoral position.

Next week, Ann Arbor residents will vote on a controversial ballot proposal to extend the term of office for Ann Arbor mayor and City Council members from two years to four years.