Two of the most destructive hurricanes in our country’s history just finished ravishing the coastline of our southern seaboard, and it made for great T

Pictures coming out of Williston, N.D., and Homer, Alaska, are beginning to make me worry.

Some of this year’s biggest political issues have not been the big, drawn-out battles that take place in Lansing or Washington, D.C.

In my early teens, my ears began to ring. Friends and family began to sound like what I can best describe as the voice of Charlie Brown’s teacher. At the time, I had chalked it up to just not paying attention as well as I should have.

The unconventional con artist
Erin Wakeland/ The Daily

When I voted for Hillary Clinton in the general election, I, like many other Americans, swallowed my distaste for her personality to do the right thing — avoid electing a man whose policies threatened the very fabric of our democracy and time-tested values.

Some things just don't mix well.
Illustration courtesy of Ava Weiner

Washed up
Emily Wolfe

Not long ago, when iPods could effortlessly moonlight as bricks with buttons and the term “millennial” had not yet been spoken into existence, baseball was all the rage.

When I was around 13 years old, I became absolutely desperate to be in my 20s. I was just old enough to desire independence but still too immature to handle it.

Anti-Latinx, pro-Trump graffiti was found on the Rock at the corner of Hill and Washtenaw on Sept.

On June 1, the Trump administration announced they were fulfilling a campaign promise to remove the United States from the Paris Climate Accord.

Early in May, Michigan state senators introduced two free speech bills to the Michigan legislature: Senate Bill 349, entitled the “Campus Free Speech Act,” and Senate

A series of seven pop-up art installations appeared around the University of Michigan’s Central, North and Medical Campuses between April 3 and April 8.

The Graduate Employees’ Organization, the labor union that represents graduate student instructors and graduate student staff assistants at the University of Michigan, is in the process of negotiating a new contract for union members. GEO hopes

At the end of February, the Trump administration revoked the Obama-era

At the end of March, Mark Schlissel, Lou Anna Simon and M.

Earlier in March, President Donald Trump’s administration released its “skinny budget” proposal for the 2018 fiscal year, causing a lot of bipartisan controversy.