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GMOs: The Next Agricultural Revolution

June 7, 2017
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Nearly 11 millennia ago, humanity invented agriculture. This gave way to cities, allowing for a far greater number of people to live on Earth. About 100 years ago, Fritz Haber patented a revolutionary technique called the Haber Process that allowed for the synthesis of ammonia -- a major component o...

Get a Taste of Taste of Ann Arbor

Get a Taste of Taste of Ann Arbor

Sacha Verlon and Sam Ciesielski
June 7, 2017
Filed under FRONT PAGE, UNCATEGORIZED

On Sunday, June 4, hundreds of Ann Arborites gathered downtown for the city’s annual Taste of Ann Arbor’s food. Every year, various local restaurants set up food stands up and down Main St to showcase their cuisine. The event, put on by the Main Street Area Association, featured upwards of three...

Women’s District Soccer

May 31, 2017
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Going for the Green

Going for the Green

Sacha Verlon
May 31, 2017
Filed under CATEGORY FRONT PAGE, OPINION, UNCATEGORIZED

Ever since global climate change became prominent in politics, the majority of Republicans have rejected the idea and the scientific evidence behind it. Because of this, many Republicans feel that shifting our energy consumption from primarily fossil fuel-based to renewable-based is pointless, and block any le...

Will Ann Arbor’s New Tobacco Law Really Make a Difference?

Will Ann Arbor’s New Tobacco Law Really Make a Difference?

Ally Einhaus
May 30, 2017
Filed under OPINION, UNCATEGORIZED

On Aug. 4, 2016, Ann Arbor city officials approved the ordinance of raising the legal tobacco purchase age. The ordinance went into effect on Jan. 1, making Ann Arbor the only city in Michigan to raise the legal age to purchase tobacco products from 18 to 21. This also made Ann Arbor the first city i...

Dressing For The Season

Dressing For The Season

Sacha Verlon
May 3, 2017
Filed under THE COMMUNITY HIGH LOOKBOOK, UNCATEGORIZED

Sonja Benjamins-Carey’s grandmother taught her how to embroider when she was young. Although she does not embroider anymore, she still admires the appearance of a hand-embroidered garment. Benjamins-Carey, freshman at Community High School, purchased this flower-stitched denim skirt from H&M’s C...

Silence Speaks Louder Than Words

Silence Speaks Louder Than Words

Sacha Verlon
April 24, 2017
Filed under NEWS, UNCATEGORIZED, US AND WORLD

The effects of derogatory LGBT phrases and name-calling goes even further than harming the recipient. In many cases, it suppresses the individual into keeping quiet about their struggle, therefore suppressing the LGBT rights movement. That is what the Day of Silence hopes to spread; harassing people for...

Being Around Others

April 17, 2017
Filed under UNCATEGORIZED

"Those who are Deaf wish to remain unaided by hearing aids or cochlear implants,” Skodzinsky said. “They have a unique and rich culture that is often fiercely protected. Those who are hearing impaired often feel like they are outsiders to both the Deaf and hearing communities since they are neit...

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