Winning and losing is the essence of politics, and losing badly is exactly what happened to Democrats across the country on Nov. 8.

As an organic chemistry lab exam is fast approaching, the topic of studying comes up among a group of my classmates and me. How best should we prepare for the exam?

The past few weeks have taught American voters an important lesson about delving into crass and bigoted political language: A politician who spouts unsavory rhetoric often commits unsavory acts as well.

My parents were born and raised in Israel, and lived there until they were 28 years old. They’re my only family members who don’t currently live in Israel, so the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is very near and dear to my heart. Human rights have also always been important to me.

Students, you have power. You are stressed, tired and much is demanded from you here. You worked your tails off to be at the University of Michigan, and you are paying more for it now than any generation has.

The world of progressive college students was shocked this week when Donald Trump was elected president.

Now that Donald Trump has been elected, it is time to face the truth about the outcome of the Dakota Access Pipeline. North Dakota is the second-largest domestic oil producer in the United States.

Tuesday night’s debate and vote on a Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions divestment resolution against Israel would be exciting — if it weren’t so repetitiv

On Nov. 8, one of the closest elections in United States history took place. That day, I woke up knowing history would be made by the time I went to bed that night.