Faith in Action

Is DACA Really Dead?

January 26, 2018

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

Imagine being a young child living day to day in fear, fear of being arrested, deported, or being ripped away from your family and friends for something that you did not even do. Never being able to live a stable life, have a fu...

Life Inside: Hockey Franchises in Michigan

January 26, 2018

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

Is Detroit only a Hockey Town or is Michigan a hockey state? Seemingly everyone knows that Michigan is home to many professional sports teams including the Red Wings, the Lions, and the Tigers, but what they don’t know is th...

Is Midwest Agriculture A Stable Business?

January 26, 2018

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

Many industries depend on agriculture. This can be seen in restaurants, clothing shops (cotton among other materials used in clothes comes to mind), and companies that sell farming equipment to farmers. So it’s important to know if agriculture...

Arab-Americans in Dearborn

January 26, 2018

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

America was built on the backs of immigrants. Immigration began in America before Trump, anti-muslim and Mexican movements, the civil rights movement, and even before the Titanic sank. Immigrants are the reason our society has progressed so quickl...

Class of 2017: College Decisions

May 4, 2017

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

The month of May brings many things along with it- May flowers, Mother's Day, Memorial Day, the feeling of summer, and college decisions. Every year by May 1st, high school seniors around the country must declare where they will...

The Chosen People

February 23, 2017

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

Roll up your sleeves. Keep your nose to the grindstone. Don’t be afraid to get dirty. These three clichés, along with thousands of others, epitomize the very definition of hard work. It is the old American mantra that if no m...

Closer to the Covenant

January 22, 2017

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership, Uncategorized

The narrator of Amy Tan’s short story “Two Kinds” asserts the need to shatter her mother’s “foolish pride” in her daughter’s ability to play piano, to attain recognition, and, above all, to have more than her mother...

The Pistons are Finally Coming Home

December 5, 2016

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

The Pistons are finally coming home, to downtown Detroit. When the Pistons make the move from the city of Auburn Hills to Little Caesars Arena next October, Detroit will become the only city in the United States to have all f...

The Whistle of College Basketball

November 15, 2016

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

Throughout a disappointing defeat for the Michigan State Spartans at the hands of the Kentucky Wildcats, one sound remained in my head: a whistle. 36 fouls were called in the first game of the annual Champions Classic at Madison...

Dakota Access Pipeline Protest

November 15, 2016

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

“Water not oil. Keep it in the soil,” is a infamous quote that was used throughout this inspiring protest. University of Michigan-Dearborn had a protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline. For those who are unaware of wha...

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