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 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. 




CASS TECH

Students prep for high SAT scores

Every year at Cass Tech, there are a few students who score a 1500 or above. The state of Michigan's average SAT score was 985 in 2019. The test scores are scored in the spring session of the SAT every year. 



Senior Sadia Rahman casts her vote. Photo by Naja Johnson.
CASS TECH

Cass Tech voted. Did you?

Citizen Detroit is a nonprofit organization whose goals are to help encourage and teach minorities in Detroit about politics and voting. On Jan. 31, Citizen Detroit, Detroit Public Community School District, and the Detroit Election Commission partnered together to give Cass Tech students an opportunity to do a simulated vote. And the Detroit Election Commission helped eligible students register to vote.




RENAISSANCE

DeBruin is ‘like a college professor’

Active. Caring. Outgoing. Funny. These are just a few words to describe Duncan DeBruin, world history and AP computer teacher at Renaissance High School. He has been teaching for 10 years and spent the last five years at Renaissance where he has loved the experience.


 Dance teacher Erika Stowall prepares dancers for the upcoming winter concert.
KING

New teacher wants to inspire dancers

The King family welcomes alumna Erika Stowall as the new dance teacher this school year. Stowall has been dancing since the age of 4 and owns her own dance company, Big Red Wall Dance. Even though this is her first year with the district, she has been teaching dance for 11 years and comes with a lot of experience.







Senior Ivyanna Peoples acts out a scene. Photo courtesy of Emily Lara.
CRISTO REY

Oh, the drama

This fall, juniors Kamio Green and Emily Lara brought a new creative outlet to Detroit Cristo Rey with the founding of a drama club. With more than 15 participants, it’s already a huge hit among students.



CMA

Teens work for financial stability

Teenagers want to make their high school years their most memorable period of joy. However, preparing for an unforgettable year could result in money coming from the students pockets. 



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