As much as I attempt to read as many New York Times and Atlantic articles as I possibly can, I confess: It just isn’t feasible.

In an episode of "Master of None," the Netflix comedy produced by and starring Aziz Ansari, there’s a scene where a colleague of Ansari’s character, Dev, introduces himself to Dev’s friends at a New York City bar.

Now that the college football season is officially over, I’ve begun to reflect on some of the debates I have had the past few weeks over the future of the postseason.

Last year, as I sat in my organic chemistry lecture, a rather disturbing thought passed through my mind: This professor could say pretty much anything, and I’d believe it.

In 1936, F.

I, too, sing America.


They’ll see how beautiful I am

And be ashamed—

I, too, am America.

-Langston Hughes

Betsy DeVos’ appointment as secretary of education under the Trump administration marks what the Detroit Free Press has justifiably labeled as the “

With the hate crime reports and white supremacist fliers that have spread throughout campus this year, it is important that we as a university further address how to be a proactive bystander in problematic situations where racist language is spewed and racially charged aggressions are committed.

Early Sunday, the U.S.

As a graduate of the University of Michigan, I have been paying extreme attention to the 2016 presidential campaign. My change from being a Hillary Clinton supporter in 2008 to a Donald Trump supporter in 2016 isn't typical. I barely knew about Trump after he declared he would run for president.