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Edgar Osorio: Student, Football Player, Brother, Immigrant

Edgar Osorio: Student, Football Player, Brother, Immigrant

Shea O'Brien, Sports Editor

October 15, 2017


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In the second week of August, every football team across the state of Michigan straps on the pads for the first time all year. Division 1 collegiate prospects to third graders in peewee league: they all take to the mid-summer heat to prepare for the upcoming season. However, the Skyline Eagles had one face mi...

Traver Creek

Traver Creek

Elena Bernier and Sophia Rosewarne

October 11, 2017


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  On Thursday Oct. 5 a FOS I science class ventured down to Traver Creek. This visit was a part of a multi-visit project done by the FOS I classes every year surveying the creek. “I think the main thing that I want kids to get out of this is an appreciation for how science is really done,...

Community Forums Light The Night for Cancer Research

Community Forums Light The Night for Cancer Research

Morraina Tuzinsky and Grace Jensen

October 6, 2017


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  Survivors, supporters, and those mourning loved ones alike gathered at Riverside Park in the cool fall weather for the Light the Night fundraiser on Sept. 30. The event raised money, support, and awareness for The Leukemia Lymphoma Society (LLS), a group which funds blood cancer resear...

Pieing for a Cause

Pieing for a Cause

Isabel Ratner, Editor-in-chief

October 4, 2017


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Community High Art Teacher Steve Coron was well prepared for being pied. Napkins stuffed up his nose shooting out in long strands, earbuds shoved inside his ears, and a napkin tucked inside his navy blue “Light The Night,” shirt he anxiously awaited the arrival of two pies onto his face. “Th...

Bringing Ann Arbor Out of The Darkness

Bringing Ann Arbor Out of The Darkness

Loey Jones-Perpich and Ebba Gurney

September 27, 2017


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Under the bright sun and clear blue skies on the morning of Sept. 23, 2017, suicide loss survivors gathered in Ann Arbor’s West Park ready to walk two-and-a-half miles to bring awareness to suicide prevention. Parents, partners, children, siblings, family members, and friends of suicide vic...

Father John Misty Returns to Metro-Detroit

Father John Misty Returns to Metro-Detroit

Caitlin Mahoney, Visual Managing Editor

September 20, 2017


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Royal Oak, MI- On a humid fall day, the hipster icon, Father John Misty returns to Metro-Detroit. In tow he brings seven other band members and opening act, Weyes Blood. Among the crowd it is hard to tell if facial hair or flannels are more common. The Royal Oak Music Theater is mostly standing tic...

Crowds Show Up and Clubs Show Out for Club Fair

Crowds Show Up and Clubs Show Out for Club Fair

Zoe Lubetkin

September 17, 2017


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Crafty chants, free flyers, and the occasional homemade brownie in a shoebox (only given if you signed up for Ski Club) directed the multitude of new and old students to different stands, posters, and people of the clubs at Community High School. On Friday, Sept. 15, Community High School held its annual club ...

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