Big summer blockbusters

Flicks to look forward to over summer Compiled by Alexis Tucker, Managing Editor *N/A = no rating available  Date  Movie  Genre  Rating  April 20      April 27    Rampage  Super Troopers 2  I Feel Pretty  Avengers: Infinity War  Traffik  Sci-fi/Video Game  Crime/Comedy  Comedy  Action/Sci-fi  Thriller  PG-13  R  PG-13  PG-13  N/A  May 4  May 11  […]

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Sounds of summer

Lineup of Metro Detroit’s biggest upcoming concerts this season Compiled by Alexandra Lachine, Arts and Entertainment Editor Date  Time  Venue  Headliner  Genre  May 20  7 p.m  Little Caesars Arena   Daryl Hall & John Oates and Train  Rock  June 1        June 15  June 22  June 26  All Day        7:30 p.m  8 p.m.  […]

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In the spotlight

Your Arts and Entertainment Tidbits By Alexandra Lachine, Arts and Entertainment Editor Grammys Galore One unexpected artist seemed to dominate the 60th annual Recording Academy Awards Bruno Mars. With his 2016 release, “24K Magic,” Mars snagged key Grammys for album of the year, record of the year, best R&B album and song of the year […]

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WHAT’S THE BUZZ?

Arts and Entertainment events in Metro-Detroit Compiled by Alexandra Lachine, Arts and Entertainment Editor Cupid’s Charity Undie Run The Fillmore Theater, 2115 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48201 Saturday, Feb. 10, starting at 7 a.m. $35 registration fee This February, be part of something great. Cupid’s Undie Run is a “brief” fun run in the middle of […]

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What’s the winter Buzz?

Wintry Arts and Entertainment Events in Metro-Detroit  By Alexandra Lachine, Arts and Entertainment Editor Sledding on “Dead Man’s Hill”   Edward N. Hines Drive between Middlebelt and Inkster Rd.  Open any day from dawn to dusk with adequate snowfall  No cost  Braving the steep height of Hines Park’s notorious “Dead Man’s Hill” has been a beloved winter tradition […]

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WHATS THE BUZZ?

Arts and Entertainment events in Metro-Detroit MEADOW BROOK THEATRE’S “A CHRISTMAS CAROL” 378 Meadow Brook Rd., Rochester, MI 48309 Various dates and times now through Dec. 24 Ticket prices range from $28-$43 It’s that time of year to reflect on the past, react to the present and plan for the future. That’s why you should […]

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Midnight Madness

Last-minute cramming for finals By Christian Hollis and Alexis Tucker Managing Editor and Arts and Entertainment Editor The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) is holding its annual study sessions for students to crunch before finals. The event is called Exam-A-Rama and sessions will be held for math, chemistry, physics and accounting classes, hosted by tutors from […]

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Chilimania

Warm-up for a good cause By Adam Nowak Staff Writer As winter is quickly approaching, now is a great time for a warm bowl of chili. Schoolcraft College is hosting the annual Chili Bowl Luncheon in the Lower Waterman, VisTaTech Center on Nov. 15 from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. All proceeds from the Luncheon will be given […]

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WHATS THE BUZZ?

Arts and Entertainment events in Metro-Detroit Compiled By Lauren Engelhardt Staff Writer   AMERICA’S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE Parade begins at the corner of Woodward Avenue and Kirby in Downtown Detroit, MI Nov. 23 from 8:50 a.m. to noon Free General Admission, $40-$70 Grandstand Tickets Get ready for the beloved event that families have been counting […]

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Whats The Buzz?

Arts and Entertainment events in Metro-Detroit By Lauren Engelhardt Staff Writer Alan Turner Benefit Concert Andiamo Conference and Banquet Center (7096 E 14 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48092) Friday, Nov. 3, from 6 to 11 p.m. Cost $125 Don’t miss out on this benefit concert featuring country musicians John Michael Montgomery and Alan Turner & […]

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Hear ye, Hear ye!

The 37th annual Michigan Renaissance Festival kicks it medieval By Camyle Cryderman and Elaine Gerou Managing Editor and Editor-in-Chief On the morning of Aug. 22 amidst the whimsy of excited guests and cast members alike, the Michigan Renaissance Festival will open its doors for its 37th season. Located at 12600 Dixie Hwy in Holly, Michigan, […]

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International values

Annual Multicultural Fair brings worldwide traditions to life BY LAUREN LUKENS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Increased international student enrollment has created astonishing programs, such as the Schoolcraft College International Institute and English as a Second Language curriculum. With knowledge from all around the world, eagerness to share memories and traditions available on campus, the 14th annual Multicultural Fair will […]

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More unrest in Europe

Gunman opens fire in Denmark By Joe Zylka News Editor Valentine’s Day is celebrated worldwide every year, and it usually brings a time of love, affection and big business for hotels. However, in Copenhagen, Denmark, the feeling around 2015’s Valentine’s Day was anything but love and affection. Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein was just 22-years-old when […]

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Expanding the focus

The International Institute Focus Series features Southeast Asia By Casey Samyn Campus Life Editor The International Institute has been putting on the Focus Series since January of 2004. Each Focus Series consists of films, presentations and displays where students can learn about different cultures in a unique way. The Focus Series began with the Middle […]

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What matters

Basket party assists with reaching the Coins to Change fundraising goal By Casey Samyn Campus Life Editor Imagine growing up orphaned, without a safe place to sleep at night and any form of schooling an impossible dream. In rural Uganda, this is often the type of lifestyle many children are forced to live. The Nyaka […]

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