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June 08, 2020

Detroit nurse continues mission to thank unsung health care workers

While watching her mother care for her sick father, Hawa Hoff knew in middle school that caring for others was in her blood.

April 28, 2020

Coiffed art

A few years ago, a friend of Detroit-area beautician Tiffany Moore showed her a painting she wanted Moore to recreate for her daughter. Though Moore was busy with her hair salon and unable to paint it at the time, she thought, “it would be dope if you could add hair to that.”

April 06, 2020

Ian Eagle and Mike Tirico Meet with Students, Virtually

As students are away from campus and likely quarantined in their respective locations, academic programs have navigated to online means to stay in contact. To uphold the Sports Media and Communications Track’s requirements, and connect students with industry professionals, the Newhouse Sports Media Center hosted two events, via Zoom. Hosted by “Voice of the Orange,” Matt Park, hundreds of students logged onto the online platform to virtually meet with Ian Eagle and Mike Tirico, both Newhouse alumni.

February 21, 2020

The Rise In Racism On College Campuses

In 2018, the FBI reported that hate crimes on college campuses have risen 25 percent from 2015-16 and risen 17 percent from 2016-17. An additional 27.6 percent of the crimes dealt with intimidation tactics. Effecting the mental health of students of color on campuses, many of them have stated they have shifted their focus from their education to looking over their shoulders.

February 03, 2020

Balancing Work and School

How do I balance work and school? That’s a great question, but I don’t really know the answer. I could give a cliche answer about a 60/40 balance or daily planning, but quite frankly, I don’t have my life that together, at least yet.

April 11, 2018

Detroit’s Midnight Golf Program teaches lessons of the game and life

The 2018 Masters Tournament has a new champion, and his name isn’t Tiger Woods.

But young black golfers, like the participants in Detroit’s Midnight Golf Program, are still excited about the game and their place in the sport.

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