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HERE’S TO FOUR MORE YEARS

HERE’S TO FOUR MORE YEARS

By Ryan Moonka   “Four more years! Four more years!” thundered throughout McCormick Place as President Obama mounted the podium for his victory speech. The roaring crowd seemed even more exhilarated about Obama’s victory than Obama himself, perhaps because only Obama knows the daunting challenges that lie ahead. At such a critical point in our [...]

An Preposterous Policy

An Preposterous Policy

By Maddie Rohr   A parent’s word used to be an almighty voice taken as the truth. There was no questioning of a parent who said they were taking their sick child to the doctor. Not any more. Despite a call into the attendance office or the physical appearance of a parent, a doctor’s note is [...]

An Apathetic Generation

An Apathetic Generation

By Michael Gawlik Lahser was positively giddy with joy the morning of November the 7th amid the incoming results of the 2012 election.  Whose victory were they celebrating?  President Obama’s?  Sander Levin’s?  Ingrid Day, Howard Baron, or Rob Herner’s? No, instead they celebrated marijuana’s legalization in Colorado and Washington. It’s a sad day when Lahser [...]

Swift’s New album has listeners seeing RED

Swift’s New album has listeners seeing RED

By Regina DiMaggio She wrote your song on an old napkin and wishes she wasn’t invisible. You belong with her because she can’t breathe without you. You’re still an innocent even though you gave her roses she left to die. And even though losing him was blue like she’d never known, loving him was red. [...]

Another Attack?

Another Attack?

By Daniel Bordener        While most of us have heard of Pokémon, the world-famous Japanese strategy game gone media juggernaut and an organization that protects animal rights, no one would see the connection between them. That is until PETA, or the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals is starting to wage war on [...]

Commit To Sanity

Commit To Sanity

By Jazmynn Croskey        With the biting chill now in the air and Halloween long over, last year’s breakout hit American Horror Story is back for season two hoping to keep the Halloween spirit alive. From Glee muses Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy came a show with a simple premise; scare the living [...]

SKYFALL

SKYFALL

By Colby Gillette In a casino, somewhere in Europe, a man is smoking at a card table, only to be interrupted by a lady sitting across from him with a simple question, “What’s your name?” And the man responds, “Bond…” puff of smoke follows the words suspense builds. “James Bond.” then Ian Fleming’s fictional character [...]

End of an Obsession

End of an Obsession

By Regina DiMaggio As trends are known to come and fade, the first that comes to mind is the mega successful franchise series The Twilight Saga. Full of violence, love, and jealousy, you’d think it would be the perfect recipe for an outstanding novel. Wrong! If the sappy playful nature wasn’t enough, the saga has [...]

Marching the way to success

Marching the way to success

By Jackie Shandler The field is pumping with the beats of the drums and horns of the trumpets. It is a familiar sound for which is reassuring but there is still much to focus on. Is the pitch right? How is the line form? The members of the marching band have these thoughts running through [...]

Learning Communities: The New Classroom

Learning Communities: The New Classroom

By Brendan Eathorne The claustrophobic feel of a windowless classroom is soon to be replaced by the casual lecturing environment of a modern, state-of-the-art learning commu- nity. This college-esque atmosphere is all part of the designs for a matured learning environment at the new Bloomfield Hills High School building, set to be com- pleted for [...]

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