Monthly Archives: December 2015

Casting Controversy

By Charlotte Hoppen When selecting students to play the lead and supporting roles in the annual Seaholm Musical, talent, hard work and promise may be the factors that come to mind when dreaming of the perfect performer. However, students involved in the musical believe that the talent doesn’t always outweigh other factors, including gender, favoritism and race. This year Seaholm

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Breaking Down the Semifinals in the College Football Playoff

Ever since the four seeded Ohio State Buckeyes took home college football’s top prize atop the field in last year’s college football playoff, analysts and fans alike have become fascinated as to what are the chances it happens again this year. According to this year’s calculations chances would say it is likely that number four seed brings home the trophy.

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Thriving Detroit

Vitality is alive and flourishing in the Motor City. A little over a month ago, Murals in The Market, 1xRun and Inner State Gallery partnered with the Eastern Market to bring Detroit phenomenal art, in mural form. This specific Murals in The Market festival was said to have been created for one reason, to “loudly affirm that shared sense of

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