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The Lookout | March 27, 2017

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Opinion

Staff Editorial

The life of a student, employee, father

March 3, 2017 |

-Emerson’s Insights-

Column by Aaron Emerson Editor in Chief

A lot of times, I write my columns about serious issues in the community and society.

Once in a while, however, I change it up.

As I have been dealing with … Read More

You should start playing roller derby

February 17, 2017 |

Column by Haneen Hammad Staff Writer

If you haven’t heard of roller derby, you need to hear about it right now.

It’s a fast-paced, full-contact sport in which two teams of five skaters compete to score points by overtaking … Read More

Travel ban defies American values

February 13, 2017 |

Staff Editorial

Since President Donald Trump issued an executive order banning travel from seven countries, it has been talked about and criticized widely non-stop.

Many critics and people from all sides are calling it a “Muslim Ban.” All seven of … Read More

What’s next after Women’s March?

February 6, 2017 |

Opinion by Haneen Hammad Staff Writer

After more than 8,000 people rallied in the front steps of the Michigan State Capitol on Saturday, Jan. 21 to defend woman’s rights, many might be asking, “What’s next?”

The Women’s March was a … Read More

College journalists should be applauded

January 23, 2017 |

By Aaron Emerson Editor in Chief

True journalism is often the glue that holds a society together. Without news, citizens cannot make informed decisions.

However, many view journalism as a dying industry. Therefore, a lot of potential journalists are scared … Read More

Staff Editorial: Time to come together

November 18, 2016 |

A Google search starting with the words “How to” on Nov. 9 resulted in these top choices:

  1.  “How to move to Canada”
  2.  “How to tie a tie”
  3.  “How to impeach a president.”

These … Read More

Editorial: Stay informed on election

October 7, 2016 |

Racist. Crooked. Dangerous. Cheater.

Those are some of the words that are being used to describe the Republican and Democratic nominees for president in the upcoming election. We are in the midst of one of the most important and bizarre … Read More

Editorial: Minimum wage hike risky

September 23, 2016 |

Employees in the fast food and healthcare fields protested at the Michigan State Capitol on Sept. 12 in favor of raising the minimum wage.

Organized by the Service Employees International Union and D15, their end goal is a $15-an-hour minimum … Read More

Opinion: Quarterback Kaepernick’s platform too large to disrespect flag

September 9, 2016 |

By Aaron Emerson Editor In Chief

At this point in 2016, the average American can at least agree on the fact that race relations in our country are not where they should be.

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick … Read More

My experiences with ‘Pokémon GO’

August 26, 2016 |

By Aaron Wilton

There have only been a few things that have dominated pop culture and the internet for as long as “Pokémon GO” has managed.

I have been a fan of Pokémon for nearly 15 years and never expected … Read More