Campus Feature Kate Westphal Sep 23, 2019 Uncategorized

Students strike for climate change awareness

KATE WESTPHAL CAMPUS EDITOR Photo by Isaac Tessman Climate change awareness has been growing in the news due to several reports detailing the effects of climate change and how long Earth will be habitable because of its effects. An international climate change strike occurred on September 20th to bring awareness about the effects of climate […]

Campus Jake Holt Online Online Media Sep 24, 2018 Uncategorized

Sharing your travel: Ghana

JAKE HOLT STAFF WRITER Ghana, a country located on the coast of West Africa, has twenty nationally recognized languages. “Ghana” in Soninke, an African language, means “Warrior King.” This name dates back to the Medieval period where Ghana was an empire that stretched north into what is present-day Guinea. Garett Heaney (’20) visited Ghana and […]

Emma Grossbauer News Sep 23, 2019 Uncategorized

Contaminated soybeans raise a larger issue

CHELSEA FABER STAFF WRITER Photo by Emma Grossbauer Michigan grown soybeans have been ordered by state officials to be destroyed after discovering a portion of the crop had been grown on contaminated land. These beans were grown in an area that contained soils dredged from the Kalamazoo River Superfund site. The Kalamazoo river has its […]

Bailey Langbo News Sep 23, 2019 Uncategorized

Michigan government shut down

BAILEY LANGBO STAFF WRITER Michigan’s state budget has recently been cause for concern as Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and state lawmakers have continuously disagreed over the issue. Agreeing on the budget, which is supposed to be set in place on Oct. 1, would prevent the partial government shutdown and possibly stop roughly 30,000 state employees from […]

Sep 23, 2019 Trey NIchols Uncategorized

Nestle Extracts Water from Michigan

TREY NICHOLS COPY EDITOR Photo by Emma Grossbauer Nestle, the largest food and beverage food conglomeration in the United States, has been extracting groundwater from Michigan, and people are not happy about it. In July of last year, there was a zoning dispute between Osceola Township and Nestle Waters North America. Nestle wanted to build […]

Campus Feature News Sep 23, 2019 Syndey Bossidis Uncategorized

Schools address gun violence

SYDNEY BOSSIDIS STAFF WRITER Graphic by Merek Alam Apr. 19, 2019 was the 20- year anniversary of the school shooting at Columbine High School. Since then there have been over 200 incidents national wide. With students returning to school, questions on gun control and safety in classrooms have been raised. On Sept. 18, Sandy Hook […]