H&M opens in Downtown Detroit, located at 1505 Woodward Ave., on Thursday, November 21, 2019

Can your clothes change the world?

Brie Williams, Reporter September 11, 2020

Everyone wears clothes, in fact I’m sure you have a closet full of them right now. Some you only wear every once in a while, others you wear all the time. What if I told you that the blue t-shirt that...

Parkway Central High teachers delivered signs and t-shirts to seniors, and admin put this banner sign up to honor seniors.

Coronavirus’ Effect on Seniors

Sawyer Lownsdale, Staff Reporter May 7, 2020

Everyone has been affected in one way or another by the coronavirus pandemic. The world has become a strange place, especially here in the United States. High school graduation is a traditional celebration...

Mary Moore cuts the hair of her husband, Sam, with virtual guidance from Annah Davis, education director at Phia Concepts. Central Ohioans are taking haircuts into their own hands while salons and barbershops are shut down.

The Haircut Dilemma

Amari Sewer, Staff Reporter May 7, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to close temporarily, including barbershops. That leaves many people with a decision to make. Should people wait patiently for barbershops to open, or should...

Orlando Magic player Daniel Tlais (DT) screams during the NBA 2K The Ticket competition at Full Sail University on Thursday evening, June 13, 2019 in Orlando, Fla.

Best Songs From NBA 2K Soundtracks

Amari Sewer, Staff Reporter May 6, 2020

The NBA 2K series saw massive success during the 2010s as they usurped the NBA Live series. One thing that made NBA 2K games great was the selection of songs on their soundtracks that are synonymous with...

Michael Jordan with Dennis Rodman during a playoff game in 1998. (NUCCIO DINUZZO/Chicago Tribune/TNS)

Don’t miss “The Last Dance”

Haydn Schertz, Staff Reporter May 5, 2020

Growing up in the LeBron and Steph Curry era of basketball we really didn’t get to experience the Michael Jordan era and how he really got his greatness. Sure we have all seen the videos and seen his...

Nationals Park, home of the Washington Nationals, reigning World Series Champions.

Satisfying Sports Fans During a Pandemic

Logan Potts, Sports/News Editor April 21, 2020

If you are a die-hard sports fan like me, this has been the hardest time in your life. The complete absence of live sports has left sports fans utterly bored and sad. No MLB opening day, no March Madness,...

Grand Illusions host Tim Rowett showing off a series of novelty vases he has collected over the years. The channel as over 900 videos all following a very similar format and presentation style. Photo from Grand Illusions channel.

Grand Illusions: A Personal Recommendation

Wesley Henshaw, Editor-in-Chief April 10, 2020

Being locked up at home most likely has left you feeling a little isolated, socially distant, one could say. Whatever you’re filling your time with, I would like to recommend one more thing: a YouTube...

Photo from Pixabay.

One Billion Lions vs. “All” Pokémon

Wesley Henshaw, Editor-in-Chief February 27, 2020

So I've been arguing with my friends about this, and I don't know where it came from. Regardless, I'm here to say why one billion lions would crush all the Pokémon. First things first, let me set...

Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

Afghanistan Papers

Alex Maisenhelder, Online Managing Editor February 13, 2020

In the past there have been massive data leaks such as the Pentagon Papers, the Panama Papers, and now the Afghanistan Papers, which is a collection of over 2,000 documents regarding the American involvement...

Protesters take part in a Universal Siege On Communists’ rally at Charter Garden in Central district on Jan. 19, 2020 in Hong Kong, China. Anti-government protesters in Hong Kong rally ahead of Lunar New Year to continue their demands for an independent inquiry into police brutality, the retraction of the word “riot” to describe the rallies, and genuine universal suffrage. (Anthony Kwan/Getty Images/TNS)

Foreign Affairs

Alex Maisenhelder, Online Managing Editor February 13, 2020

Foreign affairs as defined by Merriam-Webster are “matters having to do with international relations and with the interests of the home country in foreign countries”. However, in the context of this...

A student on Life360 looking at a family member’s recent trips. Apps like Life360 can track speed, location, and any unusual stops. Though the app has given parents more information about their child’s whereabouts, some students believe the app is an infringement of privacy. Photo by Alex Maisenhelder.

Life360: Safety or Stalking?

Trey Williams, Op/Ed Editor February 13, 2020

Imagine being under constant surveillance: every step, car ride, and movement monitored by a personal stalker. For many students, this is their reality. Apps like Life360 allow parents to constantly monitor...

Journalism teacher Christine Stricker writing an Ac Lab pass for a student. A common criticism of Ac Lab is the pass system. Some teachers and students believe that the pass system is overly complicated and hinders students’ ability to get help. Photo by Trey Williams.

The Fourth Block of Freedom

Trey Williams, Op/Ed Editor February 13, 2020

Academic lab is universally loved by students. It’s the only period of the day where all students are given almost complete freedom with their time. People can study, meet with teachers, or go to the...

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