I didn’t know journalism could take me this far. It isn’t just an elective to me, it’s a lifestyle.
By Arianna Smith Staff Writer The Punch Bowl Social restaurant attracted quite a bit of attention when it opened up in Downtown Detroit.
Diagnostic staffers share their favorite memories of the last four years. Robert Belew “My favorite memory was the year end picnic my 10th grade year when we dumped the teachers into the dunk tank.” Tristan Shaver “My favorite memory was the first open mic session of ‘Pass the Mic.’ It was my first and probably my best performance and it was nice seeing everyone else perform.” Jackeitha Roberson “My favorite memory was when I went on a trip to Kalahari with my friends for spring break.
Being accepted to Morehouse College is thus far my greatest accomplishment, but I have to say I’m pretty terrified of starting my first year of college in Georgia, far away from all my family. No matter how excited I get about leaving for college I find myself struck with getting homesick.
By Makayla Rand Staff writer This week has been one of the most deadly in Detroit.
By Angelica Euseary Staff Writer Journalism comes in many different forms and ways: articles, Twitter, and Facebook, which all just goes to show how much journalism is evolving.
[media-credit id=2 align="alignleft" width="267"][/media-credit] By Narcess Gates Staff Writer How would the world differ without respect? I think respect is the act of showing someone that you value their feelings and thoughts.
By Jonathan Hurt Staff Writer Terrance Sutton described this year’s North American International Auto Show as “probably the best one I’ve been to in years.” “I’ve been to every show since 2008 and in my opinion this one was my favorite,” said Sutton, a senior at Michigan Collegiate. Critics also called this year’s show big success.
By Wesley Mulligan Staff Writer Creating, planning, brainstorming are all gifts that lie within humans, but not everyone embodies the art of applying the gift of “creating.” Life is what you make it, teachers can’t teach you everything, and neither can your parents.
By Samuel Trotter Staff Writer America, land of the “free and equal.” has always struggled to uphold the meaning of some of its most famous mottos.
Hello Osborn Knights! How you doing? My name is Brittney Dobbins, and I am a senior at OPrep, captain of the Osborn cheer team and soon to be the OPrep salutatorian. I am also the new campus paparazzi. As your new senior paparazzi, I’m going to capture everything, so watch out, I’ll be looking and as Kermit says, it might not be none of my business. Since I now have the mic, just wanted to give a few shout outs to some Osborn athletes this month — don’t worry spring teams, I gotcha! I’ll start with the basketball team, I know y’all gone put in the work this season y’all always do.
What exactly is preferential treatment? I do not know and, contrary to popular belief, if you were to ask any student-athlete, they would probably not be able to give an answer either. For years, the general population of high school students has accused student-athletes of receiving special treatment from their teachers, peers and school administration.
My cousin is doing a five-year sentence in prison because of a time he let his anger spiral out of control.