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Annual HIT graduate luncheon honors student achievement

By Adam Nowak, News Editor On April 17, the Health Information Technology Program (HIT) hosted the annual Graduate Luncheon at the Radcliff center. Both student graduates and award winners were present at the event. Program Director for HIT, Jody Scheller, is leaving after years of service and dedication to her students. “She will be deeply […]

Arts & Entertainment

Mo Pop leaves concert-goers craving more

by Mikey Cebulski, Staff Writer Tens of thousands of music aficionados gravitated to Detroit’s West Riverfront Park on July 28 and 29 for the sixth annual Mo PoP indie music festival. The park provided the perfect backdrop to the city with a 20-acre green oasis overlooking the Detroit riverfront. Concert-goers of all ages expressed themselves […]


Player of the Year

Sophomore Kelser honored for hard work and consistency By Casey Spencer, Sports Editor Kelser puts up the three… and knocks it down! Kelser drives the lane… and finishes! These phrases acted out all year by men’s basketball sophomore guard Walt Kelser. “We moved Walt to the point guard position, and from there, his game really took […]

Campus Life

Master Help

by Christian Hollis Editor-in-Chief Twenty culinary students that assisted with the production of the Certified Master Chef (CMC) exam were awarded American Culinary Federation branded knives April 17 in the Kehrl Auditorium. Each respected assistant had their name engraved into their knife. “I worked in the back with Chef Chris,” said one culinary student, Scott […]

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