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Stories from Troy High School
Shedding Light on Special Education
Features

Kaitlyn Piggott | November 6, 2019

Please note that all of the parents and students interviewed have had their names changed not only to protect their family’s privacy, but also in respect to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy…

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More Than Meets The Eye
Features

Jack Stromberg | May 14, 2019

On the morning of January 10, 2018 at approximately 5 a.m., a car pulled into the front driveway of Troy’s Zion Church (located on Livernois, no more than half a mile down the street from the community…

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Ford and GM: Big Cuts for a Brighter Future?
Features

Vanita Seed | May 6, 2019

Within the past year, Ford and GM, two of America’s biggest automobile producers, have announced massive layoffs as part of a “restructuring process.” According to Detroit News, GM will be laying…

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Social Media Makes a Mark in Recent Politics
Features

Murryum Farooqi | April 18, 2019

Often referred to as one of the most charismatic politicians out there, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is commonly recognized today as the democratic socialist. Not too long ago, she was working as a bartender…

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Tale as Old as Time
Arts & Entertainment

Elisabeth Andrews | March 27, 2019

“Beauty and the Beast” is a tale of adventure, romance, danger and this year’s musical. At the center of the musical is freshman Alexis Gearty playing the lead role of Belle. Gearty has been in theatre…

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Let’s Talk About Stress, Baby
Features

Gabrielle Francois | March 22, 2019

School has been in session for two months now and for some it can bring excitement and nerves, but others are already drowning in homework, extracurriculars and stress. Stress and anxiety presents itself…

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The Sickening Effects of Technology
Features

Kaitlyn Piggott | March 21, 2019

According to the Office of Adolescent Health, every day, 94 percent of American teens will use the internet on their devices and 77 percent will go on some type of social media platform. So, this prompts…

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