Category Archives: Michigan

International Academy Governing Body Violated State Law for Years, Consortium members React

Written by Asher Leukhardt January 17, 2019 BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICH.— According to the Michigan State University First Amendment Law Clinic, the Oakland County I.A. Joint Steering Committee (J.S.C.), the International Academy’s (I.A.) primary governance and oversight body, has repeatedly violated state open meetings law. Members of the 13-district consortium sending students and funding to the world-renowned public high school have

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Congresswoman Haley Stevens Inaugurated in Seaholm, Her Hometown School

Image is courtesy of Ispita K. Written by Ipsita K.   On the 27th of January, Michigan’s newest district 11 representative, Haley Stevens, was sworn in at her alma mater’s auditorium.   Stevens was elected to her position as representative in the November midterm elections, defeating Republican Lena Epstein by winning 52% of the vote.   Stevens notes that she originally ran for

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Seaholm hosts gubernatorial candidates on the sixteenth anniversary of September 11

Photo by Melanie Taylor Principal Kyle Hall speaks to Seaholm as a component of the school’s ceremony to honor lives lost in the terrorist attacks. By: Melanie Taylor Seaholm makes a point each year, like many other American public and private institutions of education, to honor the losses of September 11, 2001 with a ceremony. After a flag raising ceremony,

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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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