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Communication and Media Arts robotics team members pose for a group photo.
CMA

Robotics team grows with 7232-Pharaohs

Robotics team 7232-Pharaohs are on the uprising. The 7232-Pharaohs have won 50% of their matches. From first being in 30th to now sixth in the robotics competition. At first, just 14 students were participating now there are 42 members. 






Journalism students interview Southeastern counselor Bettye Foster.
SOUTHEASTERN

Podcasting Southeastern

For 12 weeks, through an in-school workshop, the Heidelberg Arts Leadership Academy (HALA) joined with Southeastern High School’s journalism class to transform print journalists into podcasters.







EAST ENGLISH VILLAGE

Should seniors take an exit exam?

Seniors deserve to participate in commencement; they should be able to throw their caps in the air and declare themselves graduates. After years of stress and hard work, why should an exit exam determine if a student will receive a high school diploma?



CRISTO REY

Program seeks to diversify STEM

According to 2018 data from the Pew Research Center, black engineers and scientists represent only 9% of STEM workers. Initiatives are in place to increase these numbers, starting as early as elementary and high school. SMASH Wayne State is one of these programs.


The DHDC provides a space for Detroit robotics teams to share ideas, creations, and solutions with each other. Photo by Lizbeth Morales.
CRISTO REY

Family from robotics

In most competitions, such as athletics, Detroit high schools are rivals. But at the Detroit Hispanic Development Corp. (DHDC), students from various Detroit high schools gather as family for robotics.


This year’s senior class at Cristo Rey had 296 individual college acceptances from 210 universities and 83 community colleges. 
CRISTO REY

Cristo Rey seniors accepted to college

For the ninth year in a row, Detroit Cristo Rey High School seniors have reached 100% college acceptance. At an assembly on Jan. 31 the entire school celebrated the news with applause, cake, and encouraging words from President Mike Khoury. 



 The dangers of E-cigarettes are explained to Benjamin Carson High School students.
BENJAMIN CARSON

Wayne State researches vaping among students

In December, Wayne State University’s Public Research Methods class conducted research on Benjamin Carson High School’s 11th graders about the impact of vaping and e-cigarettes, and found that most students were aware of the impact of using these devices. 



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