Why We Shouldn’t Turn Away from Journalism

By YeonWoo Lee (’21) We live in a world where the idea of fake news has spread to every corner of the Earth. President Trump has recently argued with many journalists during the White House’s COVID-19 Task Force’s Updates. Fox News anchor Sean Hannity has recently threatened to sue the New York Times for libel. There are twitter debates on how truthful the media is … Continue reading Why We Shouldn’t Turn Away from Journalism

A Moment of Inspiration

By Morgan Cook (’22) The words “Coronavirus” echo all over our country right now. It is all anyone is talking about. All anyone is concerned about, and seems to be all that is happening anywhere. For confusion and worry is normal when facing something that is entirely new and frightening to anyone and everyone alive today. And although negativity is all around us, there have … Continue reading A Moment of Inspiration

COVID-19: From the Perspective of a Class of 2020 Graduate

By Divya Suresh (’20) The spread of the coronavirus is well known across the world. Everyone has had some kind of change in their life because of it. But one group of people that have been impacted continuously by this virus is the graduating class of 2020. From club events to traditional senior send-off memories, we have all had to learn how to handle bad … Continue reading COVID-19: From the Perspective of a Class of 2020 Graduate

Quarantine Thoughts – An Interview

By Cathy Shan (’23) As of  May 4th, there were over 3.5 million confirmed cases of the coronavirus worldwide. In the United States, over 1.2 million cases of the coronavirus have been recorded, with over 350 cases of the coronavirus in every state. New York is said to be the epicenter of the coronavirus, with over 321,000 cases. Many state governors have decided to shut … Continue reading Quarantine Thoughts – An Interview

The One Year Update

By Priya Shah (’22) About a year ago, one of the craziest, and most shocking scandals in the history of education emerged: The 2019 College Admissions Scandal. In short, this event was a scandal between many adults to ensure their children would gain admission to some of America’s most elite universities. However, the government investigation, known as “Operation Varsity Blues”, finally discovered and revealed that … Continue reading The One Year Update

Inspiring Story of the Week: From the Bottom of the Heart

By Morgan Cook (’22) In light of the horrific situation we now find ourselves in, it is as important as ever to remember that amidst all of the negativity that surrounds us, there are also wonderful people doing tremendous deeds simply to make our world a better place. Today, we take a moment to recognize the utter selflessness of Allen Marshall, a man right here … Continue reading Inspiring Story of the Week: From the Bottom of the Heart

Why US?

By Tasawwar Rahman (’22) It was the Thursday before winter break at Bloomfield Hills High School and the halls were brimming with excitement as students were ready for winter break. Then, horror struck when a false alarm alerted students of a possible active shooter situation and chaos ensued. What resulted was a 60+ officer federal, state, and local police response that made us all, once … Continue reading Why US?

The United Nations Human Rights Council: What it is, What They Do, and Why it Matters

By Rachel Rochford (’23) Similar to both aerospace engineering and the reason words are assigned genders (in languages other than English and the fibonacci sequence), the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) may just be something that you’ve heard of, have wondered about or vaguely remember learning the purpose of a long time ago. No matter which category you fall into, it helps to start … Continue reading The United Nations Human Rights Council: What it is, What They Do, and Why it Matters