Opinion

“The Feathered Threat” or “Getting Goosed on Campus”

Photo of a goose chasing a student

Their taunts and jeering can be heard around the clock. They invade our bushes and flower beds. They litter relentlessly. They crowd the walkways connecting our fair campus, and they will attack without provocation or regard for the sanctity of life.

Binge Watch Me

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When the second season of “Stranger Things” dropped on Netflix, I was cozy in bed with my laptop, not a care in the world.

When Vultures Cry Fowl

Photo of three vultures

Henry Ford College: where Hawks fly high and, apparently, so do vultures. But, unlike HFC students, these birds don’t like to leave the nest.

The Murder of Truth

Screengrab of an image from Li Yang's facebook showing her posing with President Donald Trump

President Trump recently freestyled his way through a presidential record setting 2-hour speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Why is this important? It’s not.

Un-ending Shutdown: What “America First” Really Means

Federal workers and their supporters protest the ongoing partial government shutdown in Detroit.

The first month of 2019 isn’t even over, and Washington is already plunged into partisan chaos. Despite the new year, Capitol Hill is still dealing with the same problems brought about by Trump’s ill-informed and divisive immigration policy.

Stan Lee: Loss of a Legend

Illustration of Stan Lee

This November, cultural icon, and former writer for Marvel comics, Stan Lee passed away at the age of 95.

Importance of Student Campus Jobs

Infographic showing that 7 out of 10 students feel stressed about their finances and outlining the primary source of funding for students

A part-time job can help students become better and get a jump on their career track. There are many benefits to working on campus while attending college. Students who work on campus have a higher chance of persisting in their studies.

Oil Drilling May Destroy America’s Final Frontier

A polar bear keeps close to her young along the Beaufort Sea in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska

The election of Donald Trump in 2016 injected new life into Republicans who believe that the United States government should lift the law set by Congress to protect over 35 thousand square miles of land.

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