Michigan vs Michigan state opinion

Jack Reus, Sports Editor

October 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Sports

“Oh he has trouble with the snap, and the ball is free… it’s picked up by Michigan state’s… Jalen Watts-Jackson and he scores! On the last play of the game, unbelievable!”   Everyone who is passionate about this rivalry knows that call by Sean Mcdonough in the 2015 Michigan vs...

Opinion: Taking personal finance should be a state required class

Opinion: Taking personal finance should be a state required class

Chris Hudson, Co Editor-in-Chief

October 1, 2018


Filed under Finance, News, Opinion

Going into my final school year at Grand Haven, I’d always thought that taking Personal Finance was somewhat of a joke - no offense Mr. Smaka or Mr. Williams - but the rumor from class to class was that it was an easy math credit that appealed to colleges a little bit more than the Math & Games ...

Why the Tigers will take the crown this tournament

Why the Tigers will take the crown this tournament

PJ Moffet, Reporter

March 19, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Sports, Top Stories

Clemson’s creeping to the championship. The hype is brewing. The fans are ready. The brackets are set. The bets are made. Who is will walk out with the win in this years NCAA men's basketball tournament? Better yet who even has the chance to take it all the way to the Final Four? Everyone has thei...

Will Michigan State pull it all together for a magic March run?

Will Michigan State pull it all together for a magic March run?

Ashton Voorhees, Reporter

March 16, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Sports

Starting as the second-ranked team in the preseason AP poll, and ending as the fifth-ranked team in the nation, a three seed was an underwhelming evaluation to most State fans. However, you don’t count the Spartans out in March, no matter what the seed. It’s not a well-kept secret that March is ...

Why Duke will win the title again and no one will like it

Why Duke will win the title again and no one will like it

Chris Hudson, Sports Editor

March 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Sports, Top Stories

Yet another NCAA tournament is upon us. March Madness and all of its hysteria is soon to be underway and with that, another crown will be presented to the king of the ‘Big Dance’. Through a season of turbulence and surprises week after week, many were left unclear as to who would come out on to...

2018 March Madness: Why you shouldn’t be swayed by the higher seeds

2018 March Madness: Why you shouldn’t be swayed by the higher seeds

Sam Woiteshek, Reporter

March 15, 2018


Filed under Briefs, Opinion, Sports, Top Stories

Every March, there is a certain time that calls for days of endless basketball, filled with underdog stories, buzzer-beaters and heartbreak. Or, in other words: madness. March Madness. This year when millions of people fill out their brackets, most be will be determined to choose one of the tourna...

Top 5 funniest movies of all time

Top 5 funniest movies of all time

Jack Reus, Assistant Sports Editor

March 6, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Top Stories

Everyone needs a little comedy in their life, or just a good laugh or two. I am a funny movie enthusiast and am interested in presenting to you my top five favorite comedies. So next time you’re feeling somber or just need a little humor in your life, you will be set. Coming in at number five, Talladega ...

Why this year’s Olympics were the worst this century

Why this year’s Olympics were the worst this century

Chris Hudson, Sports Editor

February 28, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Sports, Top Stories

Out of all the Olympiad’s that have happened in my lifetime, though it might not be a lot, these Winter Olympics in PyeongChang were by far the most boring, lackadaisical and unintriguing games that I have witnessed. Period. With the American team not living up to their hype until the final week or ...

Britannia leaves viewers breathless

Britannia leaves viewers breathless

Sophia Jaeger, Reporter

February 20, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Uncategorized

Brimming with haunting Druids and Deathly Romans, Britannia reaches deep into a land quaking with tension. When the Romans arrive to the island of Britannia, ruin and mass devastation are soon to follow. The rivaling tribes of Cantii and Regni find themselves trapped in a web of Roman deception a...

Absentia sends chills down viewers’ spines

Absentia sends chills down viewers’ spines

Sophia Jaeger, Reporter

February 20, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Uncategorized

Mind reeling, a chill coursing through my veins. This is how I sat after watching Absentia. This new Amazon original show is nothing short of downright spooky. Following the horrifying story of  FBI agent Emily Byrne’s return after being held captive for six years by a man still at large it is both...

Mozart in the Jungle sure to inspire its audience

Mozart in the Jungle sure to inspire its audience

Sophia Jaeger, Reporter

February 20, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Uncategorized

Music breeds passion. It reaches the greatest depths of our souls and draws out our deepest emotions. Mozart in the Jungle reminds viewers that even music absent of lyrics carries deep emotion. With three seasons focused on characters who have dedicated themselves to bringing a story to life through the...

Amazon Originals worthy of bingeing

Sophia Jaeger, Reporter

February 20, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Top Stories, Uncategorized

If you're looking for a thrilling show to binge Amazon, has come through with some fantastic and thrilling series that will leave you clicking to watch the next episode.

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