Opinion

Racism: Are We Cured Yet?

Racism is a crippling component associated with present-day society; it terminates the essence of cooperation, pits resident against resident, and prevents society from reaching its full potential.

LGBT Rights: Why Care?

LGBTQ flag waving in breeze

On Wednesday, March 23, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed into law what is possibly one of the most blatantly discriminatory pieces of anti-LGBT legislation in recent years.

Why Bernie Sanders Won Michigan

Bernie Sanders speaking from a podium at Eastern Michigan University. Behind him is a large American flag and many supporters.

The primary elections for the state of Michigan were Tuesday, March 8, and news of the victories spread across the nation.

The Struggle of Waitresses: A Women’s Rights Issue

Close up of change on top of a restaurant guest check focused on words Thank You at the bottom of the check.

This year Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation that will move Michigan’s minimum wage to $9.25 an hour. For many people this means a small increase in the amount of money they will have in their pocket.

Detroit’s Comeback: M-1 to Z Lot

If you are heading downtown, you will likely see some new architectural developments. Detroit’s been going through some drastic remodeling. The residential, commercial, and industrial development has seemingly sprung out of thin air.

Social Media and the 2016 Election

As the 2016 presidential election rapidly draws closer, social media seems to have become an increasingly popular place for citizens to express their political opinions.

Being Veteran Friendly on Campus

Are you a veteran? If so, do you feel that HFC is a veteran friendly school?

What’s in our Water?

An image of the surface of blue water that has been disturbed and is splashing a bit.

The water crisis in Flint, Michigan has raised serious safety concerns on both a state and national level, raising questions about how safe our water is and who is protecting and regulating it?

Remembering Black Bottom and Paradise Valley

A black and white photo captures a busy street scene, with cars from the 1950s driving past a block filled with businesses with large signs. Some of the signs read: "Super Market" "Checks Cashed" "Standard [Oil]" "Williams Drugs"

In Detroit, there are two precious historic places that have been lost to us: Black Bottom and Paradise Valley.

The Republican Party: A Collapsing Circus Tent

Recently, the spectacle that has been the 2016 Presidential Primaries, focusing on those running for the Republican Party, has been nothing but a series of mudslinging campaigns, in which candidates have been competing to see who can fabricate the most

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