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The Communicator

Sadie Zinn

Sadie Zinn

November 8
Filed under HUMANS OF COMMUNITY, SERIES

“Just to be like, ‘I'm one person, but I still can help,’ that's the best therapy. For me, I don't need to pay 100 dollars to see a professional, if I'm just doing that, it just makes me feel so much better. An eye-opening thing was in Detroit when I was ten years old, I went to volunteer, and I...

Bree Rafko

Bree Rafko

Aliama Schaumann
October 11
Filed under HUMANS OF COMMUNITY, SERIES

“I’m in Pioneer Theater Guild and sometimes I help out here at CET. I am the props crew head. We make the props and design them, and fix them when the actors eventually break them. [The most annoying part is] The directors, they are the worst! Like last minute they just decide that they need someth...

Clubs Gather at CHS Club Fair

Clubs Gather at CHS Club Fair

Sam Ciesielski and Sacha Verlon
September 21
Filed under CHS ANNOUNCEMENTS, NEWS, SCHOOL

CHS students rabbled the Craft Theatre on Friday, Sept. 16 to get a sneak peak on what all of Community’s clubs have to offer. The start of the new school year brings in new students with a plethora of interests, and school clubs were anxious to capture them. The annual Club Fair took place on the secon...

Sacha Verlon

Sacha Verlon

Ella Edelstein
September 19
Filed under HUMANS OF COMMUNITY, SERIES

“I don’t know if I exactly see myself in college. I see myself doing something that is going to further me into what I want to do, which may be an internship or full time working or maybe going to a college. What I know is that I want to go into something creative and something that will allow m...

Events in Ann Arbor: 5/10-5/17

Abby Bogits
May 8
Filed under HAPPENINGS

Sunday, May 10th, 10:30 a.m-1 p.m. “Fresh from the Garden: Lunch and Tour with Mom”: Zingerman’s Cornman Farms Attend a 2 hour tour of Zingerman’s farm led by the staff followed by a Mother’s Day luncheon. You will have a chance to visit the goats and their babies and learn about springtime...

Alicia Doudna: Musical Healing

Alicia Doudna: Musical Healing

December 11
Filed under FEATURES

The silver Honda Civic lay flipped over on westbound I-94 near Parma Township, Michigan. The traffic came to a complete stand-still for hours as investigators scanned the scene and the line of frustrated commuters was directed accordingly. It was July 26, 2011. Alicia Doudna and her fianc...

She Does What She Loves

She Does What She Loves

Grace Koepele
October 24
Filed under LIFE, STUDENT LIFE

Being social is something that Marin Scott enjoys and excels at. This interest and talent has played a big role in the creation of her most recent and extensive hobby: blogging. On July 27 2013, “The QWERTY Blog” was born. The fashion, discussion, and lifestyle blog did not start out its life w...

Preparing for college. A senior’s perspective.

Sean Kiel-Locey and Alex Raschke
October 24
Filed under STUDENT LIFE

Like many other seniors at this time, Anna Raschke is preparing for college. Raschke visited some of the colleges she is hoping to apply to this fall. She is a straight A student and has been through high school, and participates in varsity crew. She is considering Virginia Tech, Dickinson College, ...

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