April in Michigan

Matthew Lewandowski, Junior Writer

April 18, 2018

Filed under Lifestyle, News

The month of April is a colorful event in Michigan, bringing rain, snow, and shine all make their breakthrough to decide if spring shall start or not. Though, through the varying weather, many events brave the weather to bring ever...

SATs: what you need to succeed

Madeline Cronin, Junior Writer

April 18, 2018

Filed under News

Juniors spend more than half of their school year preparing for SAT  testing. Between taking prep classes and buying workbooks,students might stop to think about how this one test will affect their future. Many colleges look at S...

Student Council Applications

Amber Brunett, Junior Writer

March 15, 2018

Filed under News

It is that time of the year again when all of the school has scheduling on the brain. While choosing classes to take next year, one should consider other opportunities that can be applied for as well. The time for submittin...

2018 Copper Bowl

Theresa De Benedetti, Junior Writer

March 11, 2018

Filed under News, Sports

Ever wondered if one of your teachers is secretly a baller? The time of year has come again for the annual Copper Bowl. The Copper Bowl is a basketball tournament hosted by Ford’s SADD club with the star players being the Ster...

Meteor in Michigan

Meteor in Michigan

January 18, 2018

Television: How shows portrayal of mental illness can affect viewers

Kaitlyn Wasilewski, Junior Writer

January 4, 2018

Filed under News

Glorification in television shows and movies is a huge concept to use in the plot of the story. In most cases, a character starts the episode with an issue they are dealing with, and they later on discover that they don’t need...