East English Village sssistant principal Nadonya Muslim’s mission at the Ville is to inspire young women to be who and what they aspire to be in life. She models what she preaches. Muslim launched a second career in the beauty industry with her cosmetic line called Tauntus Cosmetics.
Alvin Ailey Theatre Welcomes East English Village Dance Team by Travae Davis and Zarieah Davis From April 6th – 9th, East English Village’s Dance Team visited the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre in New York accompanied by their Dance Teacher, Rosalind Leath.
Summer Engineering Camp at Bucknell University by Diamond Carneva Several 9th grade students from East English Village have been selected to attend Bucknell University Engineering Summer Camp located in Pennsylvania.
Future Project Host Workshops Focusing On Teen Dating Violence Prevention by Iyana Hardy Healthy relationship consists of several factors: trust, respect, communication, and honesty.
It’s In Our Hands: The Importance of Exercising Our Right to Vote by David Brown As more years go by, more people decide not to vote.
Bulldog Spotlight: A Celebration of Life, in Memory of Our Beloved Jeremaine Tilmon By Jai’La Jackson Although Jeremaine Tilmon’s life ended as a victim to violence, that isn’t how he will be remembered.
In September, the Michigan Board of Education voted to allow LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) students to use bathrooms or locker rooms that match their gender identity.
At the beginning of football season, East English Village faced a terrible incident which left one of our players injured. During the Ville’s first game on Aug. 25 against Brighton High School, linebacker Bryant Brewer attempted to tackle someone and rolled over on his left ankle.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are the top candidates running for President of the United States of America in 2016.