In discourse about politics, I see increased divisiveness, cynicism and an averseness to perspective and debate.

A thought popped into my head as I walked out of Hill Auditorium after a live Q&A with a politician I deeply respect, Hillary Clinton. I realized that, to my recollection, Clinton didn’t mention a single word about the mistakes her campaign made in 2016.

On Oct. 4, reports emerged of an alleged ambush on U.S. troops in Niger by ISIS forces occupying neighboring territory. 

I’m an evolutionary anthropology major, and, if asked for a detailed definition of what exactly that means, I wouldn't be able to give a comprehensive answer. My apologies for not yet memorizing my degree-tailored elevator pitch for future employers — that's a problem for another day.

This is a man’s world. Despite all the accolades women have won and the inequalities we continue to work against, women still receive deplorable treatment and are usually left with less than they deserve. 

Last week, the United States Navy announced the redeployment of the aircraft carrier U.S.S.

On my family’s annual hibernal sojourn to visit family in the Northeast, I wore a red T-shirt I bought online from an American Apparel sale. The front read: “Legalize LA!” We always took the shortcut through Canada, which required us to go through customs.

Fall’s arrival to the University of Michigan can be marked by the student body’s switch from lazy and expensive summer attire to lazy and even more expensive fall attire.

Three and a half years ago, the city of Flint, Mich., switched its water supply from the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department to the Flint River.

October is one of my favorite months of the year. It’s home to beautiful fall days, visits to the cider mill, corn mazes and pumpkin patches. But above all, it’s home to Halloween.