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Staycations: Finding Variety When Staying Home

Michael Keegan
April 12, 2021

Throughout the past year, many of us have become well aquainted with our homes. Yet, despite being surrounded by the same backdrop, there is still the possibility to do something new. This article presents four possible day trips in Southern Michigan that can add some cathartic change to a staycation.

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Supporting Small Businesses in a Global Pandemic

Meezan Hamzavi
February 11, 2020

Many smaller businesses have had to close, or aren't able to thrive like they did prior to the pandemic.

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Respect and Disrespect: Examining Michigan’s Connections to Native Tribes

Michael Keegan
February 9, 2020

How much do people know about Michigan’s Native American Tribes? For many, not much. This brief article tries to examine where people can presently find Native American representation in Michigan.

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Interviewing a Student with COVID-19

Nicole Zhong
November 5, 2020

You can't escape the inevitable. You are bound to come across a friend that has contracted the virus. However, instead of avoiding them, let's see how that those friends feel about catching the very virus that has sunken 2020. Here is one student's experience. For clarity, this student does not attend Greenhills School.

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GEO Strike: The Fight for a Safe Campus

Josephine Wilensky
October 8, 2020

The graduate student instructors at the University of Michigan went on strike for 8 days. What did they accomplish to make campus a safe place for all students?

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Ann Arbor's Hidden Gem: Frank's

Melissa LoCicero
April 10, 2020

Discover one of Ann Arbor's best spots to eat, Frank's Restaurant.

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What do students think of ethnic and racial diversity at Greenhills and at public schools?

Sarah Robinson
March 2, 2020

High school students at Ann Arbor public schools feel that there are groups formed based on ethnicity or race; Greenhills students feel diversity blends people, races, ethnicities, cultures, and backgrounds together.

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Ann Arbor Student Film Festival Q&A

Kai Ruwende
February 12, 2020

A conversation with Arjun Purohit about the Ann Arbor Student Film Festival, student cinema, and film in general.

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Fall A2+ Bucket List

Frances Beedon

Features some of the A2+ area's classic fall happenings.

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My Ann Arbor Coffee Hunt

Sam Brown

Do you find yourself looking for a place to study and grab a cup of coffee?
This is the ultimate coffee shop guide for Ann Arbor!

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Will Whitmer's Promise to “Fix The Damn Roads” Be Kept?

Yusuf Mian

Gretchen Whitmer came out victorious in the Gubernatorial election. The Alcove examines Whitmer’s goals and plans as Governor. Read on to learn how this election will affect you in the future

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Sam Bagenstos For Justice

Yusuf Mian

Former Greenhills Debate Coach Sam Bagenstos is running for the Michigan Supreme Court. The Alcove examines Bagenstos’ qualifications, background, and strategies

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Southpaw: Boxers or Politicians?

Yusuf Mian

Abdul El-Sayed, former candidate for governor, is starting Southpaw Michigan. Goal: to help candidates running for various offices win elections (including Former Greenhills debate coach running for Michigan Supreme court). The Alcove examines Southpaw’s strategies, goals, and challenges

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