Post Tagged with: "Perspectives"

This Is Art: The Importance of Representation

This Is Art: The Importance of Representation

By Jack Rechsteiner, page editor.   Representation is an important thing to talk about, not because of what we do notice, but because of what we don’t. Art is a monumentally important influence in all of our lives. It’s something that we all take part in, whether it’s making the art or music we choose to listen to, or the […]

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Perspectives – Seasonal Affective Disorder

Perspectives – Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder makes me sad By Brandi Miller, staff reporter. “The winter blues,” in my opinion, is more than just a saying. Seasonal Affective Disorder is a real issue that people tend to take lightly. Around this time of year, many people talk about “cabin fever,” yet another term individuals use to discuss about seasonal depression. Throughout the dark […]

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Perspectives- Betsy DeVos

Perspectives- Betsy DeVos

Defending DeVos By J. Maxim Schofield, photographer. Betsy DeVos has been in the process of becoming the next Secretary of Education. Many have issues on DeVos’ points of views towards education reform. Most that are “for” public schools absolutly hate DeVos because she stands for alternative education systems. Is this such a bad thing? What is she really wanting to […]

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Perspectives – Trump on Twitter

Perspectives – Trump on Twitter

Donald Trump reaches many with just 140 characters  By Allie Keenan, staff reporter. Donald Trump uses the social networking site, Twitter, as a free way to get the word out on what he is thinking the moment it pops into his head. With using social media sites as an effective way to reach a large audience, people can then use the information […]

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Perspectives – New Years Resolutions

Perspectives – New Years Resolutions

New Years Evolutions By Jack Rechsteiner, staff reporter. At the beginning of every year New Year’s resolutions are always thrown around, whether it’s seriously or jokingly. Even among the people who honestly set out for the new year with good intentions and good resolutions, it’s been shown that about nine out of 10 people fail at the New Year’s resolutions […]

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Perspectives – Black Friday shopping

Perspectives – Black Friday shopping

Stay safe and shop away By Brandi Miller, staff reporter. I haven’t gone Black Friday shopping more than twice in my life; I’m more of a Cyber Monday type of person. Don’t get me wrong, my two years of experience were great, I felt like I was stealing when I was at the checkout of each store. Many people are […]

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Perspectives – Donald Trump’s locker room talk

Perspectives – Donald Trump’s locker room talk

“Locker room talk” isn’t an excuse By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. Donald Trump made major headlines with a video that was leaked to the press of his self-proclaimed “locker room talk” featuring Billy Bush. Is that really what is discussed in private between groups of people? I’m sure the answer differs between men and women. Women talk about men’s looks, clothes, […]

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Perspectives – Minimum wage on the rise

Perspectives – Minimum wage on the rise

By Brandi Miller, staff reporter. As of right now, minimum wage in Michigan is $8.50. Recently, a bill was passed that announced adequate income will gradually raise to $9.25 by 2018. It’s exciting to hear that my check will be bigger, but with that comes repercussions. Begging the question, is raising minimum wage really worth it? In my opinion, minimum […]

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Perspectives – Third-party voting

Perspectives – Third-party voting

Three’s not a crowd By Jessica Sierocki, Photojournalist. Politics is not my strongest subject. However, I do know the basics. Democrats and Republicans are the two major political parties and are on complete opposite sides of the political spectrum. Voters have the option to choose the best candidates they think will represent their interests from either party. But what if […]

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Perspectives – Should children consume adult media?

Perspectives – Should children consume adult media?

Monitor their media By Matt Brown Growing up, watching films with my father was normally a double-edge sword. On one hand, I got to experience familial and paternal bonding, but on the other hand, I got scared shitless by images of aliens ripping through the crew of the Nostromo. The theme of the films we watched were continuously frightening and […]

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