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Putting the ‘care’ in Urgent Care

Putting the ‘care’ in Urgent Care

By Lindsey Ramsdell, Co-Editor-in-Chief
March 27, 2017
Filed under Ideas, Showcase

There needs to be an alternative place where people who need limited care with limited resources to obtain it can go. Thankfully, there’s this great place called Urgent Care. Just a step below an Emergency Center but should be able to provide people with the same quality of care. But this isn’t the case.

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All About Alex: Holding my head high

All About Alex: Holding my head high

By Alex Harring, Website Managing Editor
March 27, 2017
Filed under Ideas, Showcase, Uncategorized

There are a few phrases I hear quite often. Besides the usuals like “Alex, why are you watching ‘90210’ instead of doing your homework?” or, “Alex, why are walking when coach said to run?” one thing I hear on the daily is “Alex, you know your brain isn’t fully developed until you’re...

Lack of caution on social media diminishes school reputation

Lack of caution on social media diminishes school reputation

By The Editorial Board
March 26, 2017
Filed under Ideas, Our Editorial

We live in a world where a simple click of a button is a catalyst. What we post could completely alter our lives, and we need to make sure that we are more responsible when it comes to social media. Snapchat stories and live videos on Instagram are supposed to showcase our lives to others, but we shou...

Taking a ‘Chance’ on Chicago Public Schools

Taking a ‘Chance’ on Chicago Public Schools

By Maxwell Murray, Intern
March 21, 2017
Filed under Ideas, Showcase

In the last year Chance the Rapper has made a remarkable impact on the music industry. He became “Kanye’s best prodigy” with a feature on “The Life of Pablo,” performed on SNL twice, held his own music festival, released his third mixtape “Coloring Book,” and won Best New Artist along w...

NCAA March Madness Tournament Predictions

NCAA March Madness Tournament Predictions

By Sonny Mulpuri and Tommy Teftsis
March 15, 2017
Filed under Audio, Ideas, Media, Showcase

https://soundcloud.com/north-pointe/ncaa-tournament-podcast Jump to 21:45 to listen to our Round of 32. Jump to 28:56 to listen to our Sweet Sixteen choices. Jump to 33:23 to listen to our Elite Eight choices. Jump to 36:00 to listen to our Final Four choices. Jump to 38:00 to listen to...

It’s just a few extra days

It’s just a few extra days

By Lyndsay Kluge, Staff Reporter
March 9, 2017
Filed under Ideas, Showcase

For the past several years, the Grosse Pointe Public School System has had approximately 175 days of school each year. However, the state of Michigan has chosen to add extra days to the required amount of school days per year. The teacher’s current collective bargaining agreements, negotiated between ...

Sonny’s Side Note: What the Detroit Red Wings did at the trade deadline

Sonny’s Side Note: What the Detroit Red Wings did at the trade deadline

By Sonny Mulpuri, Digital Editor
March 3, 2017
Filed under Ideas, Showcase, Sonny's Side Note

The last season at Joe Louis Arena has been a rollercoaster ride for the Detroit Red Wings, with a majority of it being on the downturn. The Wings’ historic 25 year playoff streak could end this season as the team is the dead last in both the Atlantic Division and the Eastern Conference. The Red Win...

Our Editorial: Put your vote where your mouth is

Our Editorial: Put your vote where your mouth is

By The Editorial Board
February 28, 2017
Filed under Ideas, Our Editorial, Showcase

It’s been 24 days since President Donald Trump was sworn into office. And we’re 629 days away from the midterm election in 2018, where we’ll vote for a new governor and senator, as well as other representatives. Know your rights. You have the right to vote if you’re over 18, and many of us w...

Immaturity is for elementary schoolers

Immaturity is for elementary schoolers

By Caitlin Bush, Editor
February 27, 2017
Filed under Ideas, Showcase

Three dings ring from the loudspeaker. The teacher stops talking. A monotone voice calls a student in your classroom down to the office. Suddenly, the whole class looks up at the student in question and a huge roar of sayings like “ohhhhh” and “you’re in trouble” erupts. That is what I call bei...

Black History Month is more than just a month

Black History Month is more than just a month

By Amber Braker, Staff Reporter
February 25, 2017
Filed under Ideas

Black History Month began in 1915 as Negro History Week. It was founded by black historian Carter G. Woodson and minister Jesse E. Moorland as a way to spread awareness of African Americans’ achievements. As its modern-day name suggests, in the following decades it grew into an entire month celebr...

Medicine over narcissism

Medicine over narcissism

By Erin Kaled, Editor
February 16, 2017
Filed under Ideas, Showcase

With all the media’s focus on President Donald Trump’s new administration, media outlets are slipping on their coverage of new and improved pharmaceutical studies. Breakthroughs are continually being made in the scientific community, yet barely any are covered on the news across the country. Te...

Sonny’s Side Note: What the Detroit Pistons need to accomplish at the trade deadline

Sonny’s Side Note: What the Detroit Pistons need to accomplish at the trade deadline

By Sonny Mulpuri, Digital Editor
February 14, 2017
Filed under Ideas, Showcase, Sonny's Side Note

Many fans can agree that the Detroit Pistons’ season has been subpar at best. Some may even go as far as to call it a disappointment. As of Feb. 14, the Pistons hold on to the eighth seed with a record of 26-30, a game ahead of the Milwaukee Bucks, but also three and a half games behind the Indiana...