By detdialogue | January 6, 2016
By Khaliah Blount, Deontay Cobb and Myeasha Perry The Diagnostic With the school year underway, Benjamin Carson High School’s newest students, the class of 2019, continue to prepare themselves for a new school experience.
By Alana Burke Crusaders’ Chronicle On Sept. 23, journalism students from several Detroit high schools met at the MSU Detroit Center on Woodward Avenue to hear about a new partnership between Crain Communications and Michigan State University. Detroit-based Crain and Michigan State University’s School of Journalism have pledged to revitalize the Detroit High School Journalism Program, which has been helping Detroit students practice journalism since 1985.
By Jose Vasquez and Fatima Barba The Western Express Rico Razo, District 6 manager for city of Detroit’s department of neighborhoods, wants to build the city’s next generation of leaders and thinkers.
By Danilea Lupercio and Marcus Toure The Western Express Southwest Detroit native John Truong is going back home to give back to his community. He will be volunteering his time to be a guest teacher for Western International High School’s Government class.
By Odalis Pena-Guzman and Andres Gonzalez The Western Express Following last school year’s championship season, Western International High School boys basketball head coach Derrick McDowell is confident in a repeat. The team is full of players with experience and the hunger to repeat, but the players will have to work harder to be prepared mentally and physically for the season, McDowell said.
By Synthea Gamez and Horcia Vargas The Western Express So, I bet you’re thinking what in the world is S.H.P.E.? S.H.P.E.
By Miles Johnson The Stentor Jerome “The Bus” Bettis, the Hall of Fame running back of the Pittsburgh Steelers, is a highly decorated athlete who hails from Detroit.
Test preps students for college entrance exam By Makayla Rand The Stentor The majority of high school sophomores and juniors all over the U.S.
By Taylor Cotton The Stentor On Oct.