–Soenke Pietsch (‘21) Crystal clear waters reflecting the sun’s rays, fisher boats effortlessly rocking on the water, a mountain reflecting itself on the surface of water: a breathtaking scene that […]
-Amith Dayananda (‘18) Anthony’s forehead is dripping with sweat. The decision for his dream school comes out tonight. Anthony worked hard all of high school, whether it be staying […]
-Zeina Aboushaar (‘21) Have you ever been held hostage by a book? You’re sitting in your bedroom, either crying or laughing. At some point, you’ve probably been struck with a […]
By Sally Bdeir (’19) The last of personal project presentations just finished, and IA sophomores got pretty creative this year. Sophomores Quinn Coleman, Rina Helt and Ana Bayma-Meyer collaborated to […]
(Featured photo courtesy of Womensmarch.com) By Rebecca Driker-Ohren (’18) From the moment the election results were in- and quite frankly, a long time before that moment- something fundamental changed in […]
Donald Trump has been sworn in as the 45th president of the United States of America. (Feature photo courtesy of Center Stage) By Evan Kolin (‘18) The Inauguration Eight years ago, as […]
After 29 years in Auburn Hills, the Pistons have announced their long-anticipated move to downtown Detroit to join the other three major professional sports teams in the city.
Read how this vine strangled itself to nonexistence…
When asked to describe stage fright, IA Junior Ana Sahu replied, “It feels like Christmas is tomorrow, but you are also about to jump off a cliff”. How do we calm down our nerves before performing onstage?
LeBron James is arguably one of the five greatest basketball players to ever grace the court. His combination of athleticism and basketball IQ is unmatched in NBA history. So we, […]