Every unit counts

Blood drive returns Jan. 28 during supply crisis by Emma Reeves | Staff Writer January is National Blood Donor month and Southeast Michigan blood banks are in desperate need of donors. Currently, one of the largest banks in the Midwest, Versiti Blood Center, is operating at a half-day supply level. Should there be more accidents […]

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On the Prowl

Complied by Kevin O’Neil | Arts & Entertainment Editor Graphic by Matthew Armstrong | Production Assistant  Robot Revolution Exhibit Cranbrook Institute of Science 39221 Woodward Ave. Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Now until July 3 Monday – Thursday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. & Sunday Noon to 4 p.m. […]

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Un-News-ual News

Complied by Josiah Thomas | News Editor U.S. Department of Agriculture (accidentally) lists Wakanda as Trade Partner As part of a test of the USDA’s Agricultural Tariff Tracker, the fictional nation of Wakanda was listed as a trade partner with commodities such as fresh vegetables, unroasted coffee, essential oils and livestock. “The Wakanda information should […]

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Education commendation

Professor Nancy Anter wins Educator of the Year award by Ben Bolstrum | Staff Writer  Photo by Jihad Muhammad | Photo Editor Professors can inspire students to try their best in the classroom. The National Organization for Student Success (NOSS) mission is this and has awarded Schoolcraft Professor Nancy Anter with the 2019 Educator of […]

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Giving back in the D

by Elyse Salmon | Staff Writer Image courtesy of instructables.com Gloves may not be a second thought during the winter months, but to those in need, a pair of gloves can make all the difference. During this winter season, people have the opportunity to spread warmth and joy by donating a pair of gloves to […]

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Leading lady ocelots

National conference offers female students opportunity to enhance leadership skills by Madison Ling | Campus Life Editor Photo courtesy of tutorialspoint.com Are you a woman serious about creating a meaningful impact on campus, mobilizing your community and want to prepare yourself for personal and professional success after graduation? Consider attending the National Conference for College […]

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Braising the bar

Culinary Alumnus passing flavorful knowledge to aspiring culinarians by Madison Ling | Campus Life Editor Photo courtesy of Kevin Brennan | Certified Executive Chef As many seasoned chefs know, ‘braising,’ is a term used to describe the process of searing at a high temperature before following with a slower and lower heat to enhance flavor […]

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News Briefs

Compiled by Josiah Thomas | News Editor LOCAL Two Detroit-Area Venues Named Top Concert Venues in the U.S. Several of Detroit’s own venues are scoring high in ticket sales and overall satisfaction. According to data released by Pollstar, a trade publication, DTE (formerly known as “Pine Knob”) was named the #1 amphitheater in the U.S., […]

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Defining the right to compassion

Campus Life Editor madisonling307@yahoo.com There’s been decades of debate circulating about euthanasia. The most compelling argument being that it shouldn’t be permitted due to liability and bias, prejudice toward vulnerable populations and alternative means to death with dignity. This is what should be considered with the right to compassion. Allowing euthanasia in medicine challenges the […]

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