My throat was as dry as my feet were sore. I wedged my way upstairs through sweaty dancing bodies and walked into the room of a guy I considered a friend. I was just going to grab water and that’s when he grabbed me.

Running for Central Student Government president and vice president this year was an incredibly challenging yet meaningful experience.

Late March to early April is celebrated as Asian/Pacific Islander American Heritage Month at the University of Michigan. While this is a time that pays tribute to the history, contributions and experiences of A/PIAs, we cannot ignore the persisting struggles our communities face.

Clarence Cook Little’s name should be removed from the University of Michigan’s science classroom building. The building bearing his name supports a narrative that the University condones his unethical behavior.

Sororities have been criticized for many things in the past few years, including female objectification, racist exclusion and 

Dear Colleagues:

Dear members of the University Michigan community,

The official results were released a couple weeks ago, and we are humbled and honored to have been elected to serve as the University of Michigan’s Central Student Government president and vice president.

The viral video of Jake Croman launching an onslaught of verbal assaults on a local Uber driver reminded me of my experiences wo

In an infuriating display of stubbornness, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R–Ky.) refuses to hold hearings on President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland, citing that the American people deserve to have a say in this process. The thing is, they did.