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At its last meeting of the year, the Tri-M Music Honor Society elected junior Elisabeth Levandowski as president and sophomore Sarah Maxey as vice president for the 2015-2016 school year (Photo credit: Katie Schubert).

Tri-M elects new officers

Katie Schubert, Senior Staff Reporter
May 23, 2015
Though music-streaming services such as Spotify and Rdio may seem to be slowly phasing out radio, there are many qualities that make listening to the radio a unique and refreshing experience (Photo credit: Katie Schubert).

Radio: release of control

Katie Schubert, Senior Staff Reporter
May 12, 2015
Naturally introverted people might resent the pressure placed on them to be outgoing, but extroversion is a necessary quality in today’s society (Photo Credit: Katie Schubert).

The ‘Irks’ of Being a Wallflower

Katie Schubert, Senior Staff Reporter
March 18, 2015
Meninism, an anti-feminist movement inspired by a parody Twitter account, has recently gained momentum among young males. The group even has its own merchandise available for purchase (Photo Credit: Katie Schubert).

“Meninism” demonstrates that feminism needs a makeover

Katie Schubert, Senior Staff Reporter
January 22, 2015
The Tri-M Music Honor Society recently attended the University of Michigan Men's Glee Club concert, which focused on the importance of the homeland (Photo Credit: Katie Schubert).

Tri-M Music Honor Society attends glee concert

Katie Schubert, Senior Staff Reporter
December 2, 2014
Though teachers are responsible for shaping the minds of the future, they are less respected in American society than doctors, businessmen, and lawyers (Photo Credit: Katie Schubert).

Teaching: America’s most undervalued profession

Katie Schubert, Senior Staff Reporter
November 25, 2014
Ugg boots, Bath & Body Works seasonal hand lotion, Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Lattes, and holiday-themed scented candles are all considered “basic.”
(Photo Credit: Katie Schubert).

Back to Basics

Katie Schubert, Senior Staff Reporter
October 31, 2014
Photo Credit: Mary Jo Schubert

Tri-M Music Honor Society inducts new members

Katie Schubert, Senior Staff Reporter
October 2, 2014
Body language is just as important in conversation as what you actually say. The person you are talking to interprets and responds to your body language on a subconscious level, which can either enhance or undermine a conversation.

U of M football and crossed arms: the mechanics of conversation

Katie Schubert, Senior Reporter
September 11, 2014
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