The Michigan Times

New Year, New You?

New Year, New You?

January 8, 2018

Revisiting New Year’s Resolutions

Makenzie Schroeder

January 23, 2017

Almost an entire month has passed since the beginning of the New Year. After a night full of drinks, laughs, and a lot of junk food, most people woke up the next morning feeling motivated – and maybe a bit hungover. The new...

Why students should consider voting

Makenzie Schroeder

November 7, 2016

With the presidential election right around the corner, it is important for students to realize just how crucial voting is. As a vital feature of the United States’ representative democracy, voting is a way for citizens to...

Senior Goodbye: Natalie Broda

Natalie Broda

April 14, 2016

One room. One small, cluttered, colorful, bright room. How can such a small space contain so many memories? I see myself at eighteen years old, walking into this office for the first time, completely unaware of the glorious...

Senior Goodbye: Helen Lund

Helen Lund

April 14, 2016

How do you measure your time at a student organization? For me, it’s forty-two issues as Layout Editor, eight issues as Assistant Layout Editor, hours and hours of writing, interviewing, and taking photos. But to be honest,...

Flint Water Crisis: Letter from the Editor

Natalie Broda

February 15, 2016

For the first time since freshman year, I no longer feel like I’m a part of the Flint community. Though looking back on it all, I’m not sure I ever really was. It was not my city that underwent a mass population and job f...

Four things People with Eczema can Relate to

Alexis Harvey

October 26, 2015

    October is National Eczema Awareness month. This cure-less skin condition affects 35 million Americans. It is so prominent that the hashtag “eczema problems” has swept through social media. For those who...