Recently, Hillary Clinton referred to some of Donald Trump’s supporters as “deplorables” in a rare and surprising gaffe for a poli

We’re all familiar with the perceived dichotomy between humanities majors and majors that are a little more “career-oriented.” Humanities majors are either criticized or lauded for being heady, wandering souls unworried about what kind of internship they’re offered over the summer or how much the

Though Dr. Denis Mukwege was here at the University of Michigan just yesterday, he won’t be staying long.

“I love girls,” my friend once proclaimed as she exited the bathroom. “I didn’t have a pad, and five girls offered me one.”

A few weeks ago, I was in an Uber with a driver named Nick. He happened to be from Greece, but immigrated to Michigan with his family when he was a teenager.

I have a deep history of having social anxiety from totally innocuous things. One of my greatest fears is that the baristas at Espresso Royale will begin recognizing me and treating me better. Yes, this is extremely irrational.

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In light of the recent ceasefire agreement brokered between Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov in Syria, I began thinking again about an issue that is close to my heart: the Syrian refugee crisis.

Forced arbitration: It’s a tactic used by corporations to avoid being held accountable in a court of law for detrimental, and possibly illegal, activities against consumers.

“And you have to be smarter than they are. I hear so many times, ‘Oh, I want my people to be smarter than I am.’ It’s a lot of crap.

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.

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

In a letter to incoming freshmen on August 24, John Ellison, University of Chicago’s dean of students, denounced the use of safe spaces and trigger wa

For the past two years, the University of Michigan has been under investigation by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights for its handling of allegations of sexual violence.

Two months ago, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory signed a bill banning transgender individuals from using public bathrooms that don’t match the sex on their birth certificates.

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have the highest unfavorability ratings of any Democrat or Republican nominee ever running for the presidency.

This new policy favors the claimant in numerous ways and will likely increase the number of assaults punished, thereby raising the standards around sexual activity and changing the culture around sexual assault on our campus.

Though Title IX ensures that students have the right to use the restroom aligning to their gender identity, the Office of Student Life and the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities should explicitly state that transgender students can use any bathroom on campus they feel most comfortable using.