ENOUGH OF THIS

People insulting Parkland survivors are losing political footing By Christian Hollis, Editor-In-Chief Following the horrific shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School, survivors have taken upon themselves to demand change. They have inspired millions, including myself, across the country and hosted a national walkout March 14 and a national March for Our Lives March 24. Though […]

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The Quill

Dear Peer Consultants, Recently, I got my essay back, and my professor left a comment saying that I need to work on the way I introduce authors. I want to improve on my writing abilities in order to ensure that I finish strong this semester, but I can’t figure out what I should be doing […]

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Ocelot Opinions

What is the first sign of spring? Interviews by Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief Photos by David Vega, Staff Photographer Cynthia Avery Major: Nursing “When it’s like 50 degrees and above and it stays like that for a good while, not like the other day when it shot up to 60 degrees for no reason.” Bobby Shutter […]

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Pit or pothole

Michigan’s perilous pothole problem By Alexandra Lachine, Arts and Entertainment Editor Potholes are an infamous, dangerous aspect of the typical Michigan commute as winter thaws to spring. According to Crain’s Detroit Business, AAA has reported a 32 percent increase in tire maintenance due to potholes in Michigan this year. The potholes unmasked by recent warming […]

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The Quill

Dear Peer Consultants,  I am always having difficulties differentiating between “to” and “too.” Is there an easy way to help me remember when I should be using them?  Thank You,  A Fellow Student  Dear Fellow Student, You are not alone in this! In fact, most people have troubles differentiating between the two. These words do […]

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The Quill

Dear Peer Consultants, I have been having trouble transitioning between two very different styles of writing: Associated Press (AP) style and the collegiate standard of the Modern Language Association (MLA). As I pursue my English degree, I also work as a staff writer for a local news publication. Therefore, I must juggle both styles for […]

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No more Wahoo

Cleveland Indians discontinue famous logo, beginning 2019 By Casey Spencer, Sports Editor Major League Baseball’s Cleveland Indians will no longer be wearing their famous Chief Wahoo logo, starting this season. Chief Wahoo has been on the Indian’s uniforms since 1947 and is one of the most iconic symbols in all of baseball. The League has […]

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Interviews by Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief Photos by Michael Rey, Staff Photographer What is your favorite Winter Olympic sport? Abbey Clark Major: Film “Figure Skating because it’s pretty cool to watch.” Dominique Pacheco Major: Small Business and Entrepreneurship “Curling because they put a lot of practice and effort in everything they do.” Elliot Meadows Major: Computer […]

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