In just under a century, humanity has gone on to create revolutionary medical devices that have saved millions of lives.

Nobody’s perfect. It’s an age-old mantra that lets us find a bit of comfort in our shortcomings. Our mothers, friends, teachers and coaches have hammered this basic pillar of humanity into our brains. Imperfections, we are taught, are universal and part of what make us human.

If you told me a year ago that in a year I’d be writing about how I love chemistry, I probably would have laughed in your face.

On June 12, 2016, a gunman opened fire in Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla.

Every year, students leave their homes to attend college with the hope of achieving their personal and academic goals.

Your next hurdle should not be the end of the race. Of course, the completion of that midterm you’ve been agonizing over for weeks feels incredible.

For the past three and a half years, I’ve fought fiercely against being titled a “Michigan Engineer.” I rejected this title because to me it seemed like the Michigan Engineer represented so many of my negative experiences amid engineering culture: having to prove to my male teammates that I’m jus

The work required to make the University of Michigan campus a more diverse, more equitable and more inclusive community of scholars requires a long-term commitment.

President Donald Trump’s second month in environmental policy has continued down a dangerous path. Policies that prioritized clean energy, environmental health and sustainable business practices during former President Barack Obama’s administration are being dismantled step by step.

There is nothing like a fall afternoon at the Big House. A football game, a great band, discerning fans and lots of excitement.