Yesterday was the anniversary of the attacks in Paris at the Bataclan concert venue and other locations throughout the city.

As my friends and I watched the numbers on FiveThirtyEight and CNN’s coverage tick toward a Donald Trump victory, we tried to hold back our tears.

Yesterday our country got the first glimpse of a Trump presidency. He spoke about infrastructure spending, a conservative court and the need to come together as a nation.

Dear Secretary Clinton,

“How did this happen?”

Islamophobia is a huge problem in the West in this day and age. An argument often cited against Islam is that it calls for the oppression of women, but this is simply untrue.

Last week, The Michigan Daily’s Editorial Board endorsed a controversial City Council ballot initiative to extend council members’ terms from two years to four years.

He wore a white dishdasha and kufi, a flat AK-47 prop hung across his shoulder, a black “ISIS” flag in his hand, and “THEOCRACY” taped to his belly: He was ISIS Man.

Look at the person sitting next to you. Who are they? You question yourself: Are they different from you because of some physicality, some accent, or maybe they are just like you — human. That person might not be treated with the same respect and freedom as you.

This election must culminate in a vote for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Yes, her opponent is racist, sexist, misogynistic and xenophobic, but Clinton is a candidate we need to be excited about.