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


On Feb. 13, CMA hosted a student-organized fashion show to highlight women’s empowerment.
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Fashion Forward

On Feb. 13, young women gathered together to enjoy an all women's fashion show to highlight women’s empowerment.  The show was conducted at Communication & Media Arts High School. The show was run by CMA seniors Zaria Newton and Stephine Jenkins.




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Schools in city, suburbs not equal

In recent years, Detroit Public Schools Community District has been rated one the worst school systems in the country by National Assessment of Educational Progress. A NAEP report had the district’s weakest areas in math and reading.



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Black women dominate pageant world

For the first time in beauty pageant history, all five major title holders are black women: Nia Franklin (Miss America), Cheslie Kryst (Miss USA), Zozibini Tunzi (Miss Universe), Kaliegh Garris (Miss Teen), and Tuni-Ann Singh (Miss World). 



Imari Deadrick holds up second place check for the scholarship. Photo by Tyler Parker.
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Seniors compete in Pistons arts, poetry competition

On Feb. 4, the Pistons held their 15th annual scholarship for art and poetry at Detroit Institute of Arts Theatre. From Communication and Media Arts, seniors Cheyenne Britton and Imari Dedrick competed in the program. Dedrick completed poetry. The event’s theme was “Past, Present, and my Future.”


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Students discuss the meaning of Christmas

Even though Christmas is the time to receive gifts, it's also good to give to the less fortunate people who don't have a family to spend Christmas with. 



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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. 



Davon Schelgel holds the first place check from the “Shark Tank”-style competition. Competitors had to pitch their business ideas to win a $1,000 starting check provided by Forbes. Courtesy photo.
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Students compete in ‘Shark Tank’ competition

On Oct. 30 at the Boy & Girls Club of Southeastern Michigan, three out of four Communication & Media Arts teams competed in the Shark Tank. All competitors had to pitch their business ideas to win a $1,000 starting check provided by Forbes. 



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




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