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In the wake of President Donald Trump calling Haiti, El Salvador and nations in Africa “shithole countries” when discussing immigration policy, people from these countries have been

As my roommates finally began to settle on something to watch, I smiled. They had chosen one of my favorite movies of all time, Disney’s “Hercules, and I would be able to hear it all in the background as I made dinner — or so I thought.

Earlier this month, H&M sparked outrage when an image appeared on its online store featuring a Black child modeling a sweatshirt that read “coolest monkey in the jungle.” Two white child models were f

By targeting women, minorities and other vulnerable populations through his twee

Feeling hatred is a given, rejecting it is a choice. It is not enough to disagree privately; we must vocally remind ourselves that every person has value, regardless of origin.

Prior to last week’s college football national championship game, President Donald Trump took the field for the national anthem.

I spent the majority of my Winter Break watching CNN while doing some reading. It felt like every few seconds, I was hit with a “breaking” story that made me turn my eyes toward the television.

What do you mean, fabric softener?
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I am both an early-morning person and a runner.

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Illustration by Natalie Brown

On Jan. 3, the Interfraternity Council at the University of Michigan lifted their two-month self-imposed suspension and gradually restarted social activities and formal rush.

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? Are you passionate about politics, the environment, technology, business, campus life or culture?

Over the past few weeks, U.S. Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich, has been accused by multiple former employees of sexual harassment.

For a substantial portion of the student body, approaching the race and ethnicity section on University of Michigan documents poses an issue: Their ethnic identity isn’t there. Such is the reality of many students who identify as Middle Eastern or North African.

On Nov.

In the wake of the Interfraternity Council’s suspension of all fraternity social activity due to serious allegations of sexual misconduct, hazing and dozens of hospitalizations

It’s that time of year again: Football season is coming to a close, the temperature is falling faster than the leaves and the sun is setting before most of us eat dinner. Final exam season is on the horizon. On Oct.

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Illustration by Joe Iovino

Historically and contemporarily, universities have been the center of social change and political discourse. Consequently, the nature of free speech on university campuses is a deeply important issue.

On Nov. 7, Ann Arbor will be electing five City Council members, one from each of the five wards. This year, three of the seats — in Wards 2, 4 and 5 — are contested.

Fall term brings a familiar struggle back to students: the scramble to get a group of friends together, the hours scouring the internet or taking to the streets to find that perfect house or apartment, the scraping together of money for a security deposit.