King's Mi’Joy Reed-Nash questions, "Why is it that some teachers will not allow students to find their own ways to make learning and education enjoyable for themselves?"
Taylor argues that "students who maintain a 3.0 grade-point average or higher should be given the chance to show their maturity level" and leave campus for lunch.
Karis Rivers writes that many people believe reopening detention centers is a step backward for the Biden administration and immigration reform.
Cass Tech's Josiah Harris goes to the movie vault and reviews 2009's "17 Again."
The movie "Coming to America 2" is definitely worth seeing, says King's Rahiem Allah.
Metro Detroiters are deciding whether to get the COVID-19 vaccine since several have been approved. While some trust the vaccine, others are skeptical, says Cass Tech's Guadalupe Avalos.
Slaughter writes that some rappers have changed the way the approach lyrics and rap about things other than killing.
Some overlook the overlook the good that is happening within the world during the pandemic.
We await the return of Lamar.
CMA's Candance Montgomery argues that schools should stay closed because students’ health should be prioritized over grades.
Students are tested a lot. And not everyone can’t meet the standardized test standards, writes U’Zariah Jordan.