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Ojanis Frometas

Ojanis Frometas

Ari Barajas

1 day ago


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What is your idea of perfect happiness? Perfect Happiness to me is family and just being close to loved ones. I couldn't be who I am without them. What is your greatest fear? My greatest fear is not succeeding. I am always want striving to succeed. Which historical figure do you most identi...

A Fight Against the Fossil Fuel Industry

A Fight Against the Fossil Fuel Industry

Elena Bernier

3 days ago


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It took Bill McKibben, a world renowned environmentalist and journalist, around a decade after writing his first book on climate change to realize that he had mis-analyzed the issue. The theory was that McKibben, along with the rest of the scientific community, were engaged in an argument with the fo...

The Next Generation of Activism

The Next Generation of Activism

Loey Jones-Perpich

3 days ago


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In an age filled with social justice movements and changing opinions, student activists have become drastically important. Three Ann Arbor teen activists, Isha Verma, Madeline Small, and Clarence Collins III, along with many others, are fighting for social justice. Each has their own personal ...

Life in the City

Life in the City

Cammi Tirico, Photography Editor

5 days ago


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Growing up in Manhattan, New York was the best experience of Maria Esposito’s live. “I was a city girl,” Esposito said. “We were living in the center of the city; we had central park as our back yard.” Esposito grew up on the west side of Manhattan in a neighborhood where everyone knew each other. “Peo...

Working Woman

Working Woman

Ajay Walker

5 days ago


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Growing up in the 1960s and ‘70s was a busy time for Elisabeth Jacobs. Jacobs was born in 1958, graduated high school in 1977, and before she started college in 1978, Jacobs and her family had moved 13 times so her father could keep up with his job. Jacob’s parents were the picturesque ‘60s...

The George Washington University Experience

The George Washington University Experience

Sacha Verlon, Political Editor

October 13, 2017


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With the Common App deadline in sight on Jan. 1 and the early admission deadline right around the corner on Nov. 1, some Community High upperclassmen are yanking their hair out over which colleges to apply to. Luckily, many colleges come to Community in search of prospective students, which can make...

Seeking a Sanctuary

Seeking a Sanctuary

Mazey Perry, Human Resource Manager

October 11, 2017


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What would it mean for The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ann Arbor to become a sanctuary? "I think it would mean standing up and putting our ideals into action. We believe in the worth and dignity of every individual and this would be a chance to stand up in the community and say that we ar...

Before and After Irma, Dominican Republic

Before and After Irma, Dominican Republic

Cammi Tirico, Photography Editor

October 11, 2017


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Irma and Maria. Two weeks ago those names meant nothing. Now, they will never be forgotten. Causing devastating damage in the throughout the Caribbean and into the United States. However, almost all of the main stream media is just covering the (minimal) damage in the US.   No, I do not want to ...

Looking Back

Looking Back

Elena Bernier

October 10, 2017


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Aina Bernier and her mother, Victoria Vaitiekaitis, sat across from each other in a diner in New Hampshire, eating pea soup. Victoria enjoyed having her dark-haired, blue-eyed daughter along. They would drive up from New York City, which took about four hours, and stay in a Holiday Inn. Once they ...

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