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Ann Arbor’s March for Science

Ann Arbor’s March for Science

Elena Bernier and Bella Yerkes
April 22, 2017
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Scientists, allies of scientists, teachers and those who just can’t believe what is happening in America during 2017 gathered in the Diag on Apr. 22, 2017, Earth Day, for the March for Science. Ann Arbor’s March for science was one of the many satellite marches based off Washington D.C.’s March ...

Not Your Average Librarian

Not Your Average Librarian

Paige Duff
April 17, 2017
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At a first glance, you can tell Jeri Schneider is not your typical high school librarian.   Her fuchsia-tipped hair, red reading glasses and vibrant smile stand out as soon as you see her. But there is even more to Schneider than what meets the eye. She is a woman of many interests, pursuits and pass...

2017 City-Wide Poetry Slam Finals

2017 City-Wide Poetry Slam Finals

Ella Edelstein and Mira Simonton-Chao
March 31, 2017
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Fourteen teen poets huddled together under the yellow lights and dormant disco ball hanging above the stage in Ann Arbor’s Neutral Zone on March 30. The poets—winners of preliminary rounds at high schools across the city—were competing for six spots on the Neutral Zone’s Ann Arbor Youth S...

Community High Mock Trial Team Competes in State Championships

Community High Mock Trial Team Competes in State Championships

Cammi Tirico and Paige Duff
March 28, 2017
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  Teenagers shuffled into the Veteran's Memorial Courthouse in Lansing, MI, the morning of March 25, pressing against each other to escape the drizzle outside. They were screened and carefully checked by security before accessing the building. This, however, was no field trip or juvenile ...

The Ides of Trump

The Ides of Trump

Francisco Fiori
March 15, 2017
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The striking smell of sharpies and markers spread across the third floor as five students from the Social Justice Community Resource class sat behind a table draped with a pink paper tablecloth. On the table sat a pink paper bin with phrases on it like “Freedom of Expression Anybody?” and “Exercise you...

Pi Day 2017

Pi Day 2017

Gina Liu, Andie Tappenden
March 15, 2017
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  “One at a time, one at a time,” math teacher Craig Levin said at 11:09 a.m. on March 14. “What kind of pie do you want?” Despite being six minutes prior to fourth block ending and lunch starting, the line for Community’s Pi Day festivities had already begun to wrap around th...

Spork Game 2017

Spork Game 2017

Ally Einhaus
March 14, 2017
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Jenny Dean was sitting quietly at her table in forensics class, examining her chapstick, preparing to apply it to her dry lips. All of a sudden, she felt a jab on her left shoulder. She looked up to see Zach Cameron, smiling. Dean then realized she had set her spork down in order to better examine her ...

ACLU: A Time for Action

ACLU: A Time for Action

Suephie Saam and Viv Brandt
March 13, 2017
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Many adults and children entered the Community High School media center on March 11 at 4:30 p.m. in anticipation of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) livestream. The ACLU is a non-profit organization that helps to that ensure each and every person lives with rights and dignity. According to their...

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