Program Sponsors:
The student voice of Detroit's High Schools.

CMA



Juniors Javier Martinez, Alissa Perry, and Julius Meadows all show their STEM talent as they configure the rollercoaster.
CMA

Going through the motions

CMA physics teacher Marlis Martin created a lab to show how physics work in real world situations and motivate students to consider careers.



Seniors Davion Stinson, Tyler Parker, Kristianna Montgomery, and Kahliah Baker receive their scholarships to Wayne State University.
CMA

Wayne state makes free tuition pledge at cma

On the morning of Oct. 23, students attending Communication & Media Arts High School were the first students in the city to learn about a life-changing opportunity for Detroit youth. The president of Wayne State University, M. Roy Wilson, announced that the college would guarantee free tuition for any graduating senior from Detroit.






CMA

How to be OK with the nay

Many fear the dreaded rejection letter because when received, many feel the need to give up. However, although it will feel like the end of the world, it will not be.



Sophomores line up to show off their fanny packs. Right to lefft: Aniya Carter, DeAsia Holmes and Ch’miya Curley.
CMA

Fanny pack craze

Fanny packs: The current fashion trend that has been making it's resurgence as of late. You can see them everywhere, school, stores, fashion shows, etc, being worn by people of all ages and backgrounds. What caused this fashion trend from the age of the 80s to come back in such full force?


CMA’s class officers (right to left): Alonzo Macon, Siobhan Stringer, Tiffany Hansboro and Lawren Sparks. 
CMA

Class of 2019 prepare for greatness

The last senior class of the “teens” organized this final year with the selection of officers. Tiffany Hansbro, president; Siobhan Stringer, vice president; Alonzo Macon, secretary; and Lawren Spark, treasurer, are the new class officers.


CMA

Better education at a lower price?

What if I told you that you could possibly go to one of the best colleges in the the country, free of cost? America’s most prestigious colleges and universities are giving free tuition to admitted students if they make less than $125,000-140,000 and no out of pocket costs for school for those of whom who make less than $65,000. “The threshold for a full ride is really low and puts people who make a little more in a predicament,” said senior Jeryn Washington. College is a very expensive investment, however our top colleges for instance: Rice University, University of Chicago, and Stanford University are making that investment reasonable. Many underrepresented impoverished and lower class individuals see these colleges as inaccessible because of their high demanding costs.






Preparing to dominate Central High School, No. 32 Waverly Bumbrey warm ups with his teammates. 
CMA

Super-Baller Waverly Bumbrey

Star player Waverly bumbrey expresses his passion for basketball as he concludes his marvelous high school basketball career. Waverly first found his love for basketball when he was in the second grade as a Ludington Bulldog.



Recent Editions