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Bob Grese Gives the Ecology Class a Tour of the Nichols Arboretum

Bob Grese Gives the Ecology Class a Tour of the Nichols Arboretum

Mary DeBona

4 days ago


Filed under NEWS, SCHOOL

On Tue., Oct. 10, Community High science teacher Courtney Kiley led her ecology class to Nichols Arboretum, where they met up with Bob Grese, director of Nichols Arboretum and Matthaei Botanical Gardens. During the tour, Grese talked about endangered species, the history of the Arboretum’s landscaping,...

Jordan De Padova’s Free Kick

Jordan De Padova’s Free Kick

Ojanis Frometas-Canales

4 days ago


Filed under LOCAL, NEWS

https://youtu.be/ui-fMfKq560       “I took the shot and I hit the crossbar which was kind of disappointing but it was better than it could have been.”  - Jordan De Padova In the last 10 minutes of the Pioneer Junior Varsity men’s soccer game against Monroe, Jordan is fouled right outside t...

Romeo is Bleeding

Romeo is Bleeding

Roxie Richner

6 days ago


Filed under LOCAL, NEWS

Romeo is Bleeding is an award-winning documentary that tells the story of teenagers growing up in Richmond, California. Richmond’s story is one of many cities in modern-day America: poverty-stricken, violent, and gang-ridden. To find a way out of the violence, teens in the area come together to...

First Meeting of Zebrotics- Community’s Robot Team

First Meeting of Zebrotics- Community’s Robot Team

October 16, 2017


Filed under SCHOOL

Last Saturday, Oct. 14, was the first meeting of Zebrotics, Community High’s own robotics team. While the parents met for the first hour to discuss various items, the team went to the cafeteria to do a spaghetti challenge, where they were tasked with building the highest structure able to support t...

Three Things to Know Today

Three Things to Know Today

Andrew Plotner

October 12, 2017


Filed under LOCAL, NEWS, US AND WORLD

Outside Ypsilanti Community High School, the question of the the limits of free speech arose after anti-abortion group Created Equal protested outside the school, displaying images of aborted fetuses. This was one stop of their 18 stop tour, including our own Huron High School. Mark Harrington, nation...

Anderson Forum Trip

Anderson Forum Trip

Caitlin Mahoney and Leah Dame

October 12, 2017


Filed under MULTIMEDIA, NEWS, SCHOOL, VIDEO

On a Thursday afternoon the whole Anderson Forum hopped on a rickety bus headed to Howell Nature Center. They annually go to the same campsite for fall forum day. When they got off the bus, tents were set up and footballs games began. They went through bonding activities to get to know the new freshman...

Send Silence Packing Visits U of M

Send Silence Packing Visits U of M

Viv Brandt

October 12, 2017


Filed under NEWS

Silence swept the normally chaotic Diag on Oct. 10. Students walked lethargically, gazing at the moving display of backpacks for Send Silence Packing, a national traveling exhibit, and their touching contribution to National Mental Health Awareness Day. Send Silence Packing represents the average ...

Four things you should know, but don’t really need to.

Four things you should know, but don’t really need to.

Miles Klapthor

October 12, 2017


Filed under NEWS

International News: Gurbanguly M. Berdymukhamedov, President of Turkmenistan, gave Russian president Vladimir Putin an alabai puppy as a belated birthday gift during a conference of former Warsaw Pact nations at Sochi. He did this in hopes to recover Russian markets for Turkmen gas, which Russia sto...

The Ann Arbor Art Center Is Tickled (Millennial) Pink

The Ann Arbor Art Center Is Tickled (Millennial) Pink

Paige Duff, Copy Editor

October 7, 2017


Filed under LOCAL, NEWS

It was a rainy Friday night in Ann Arbor on Oct. 6., but the second floor of the Ann Arbor Art Center was in full color. Fuschia light painted the walls, as Drake thumped from the speakers. It was the opening party for the Millennial Pink gallery, an exhibition of work from artists around the country ...

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