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Lake Michigan, the third largest Great Lake, currently holds such clear water due to melting ice and the zebra mussels and quagga that have provided filtration, allowing the bottom of the lake to be seen vividly from the sky (Photo Credit: Danya Ziazadeh).

Lake Michigan: a man-made ecosystem

Danya Ziazadeh, Web Editor
May 7, 2015
A native of North Carolina, Lynch watched court cases with her father when she was a little girl (Fair Use: Wikipedia).

Loretta Lynch makes history

Chanel Taylor, Staff Reporter
April 28, 2015
Mercy juniors catch up on sleep after a long week. According to WebMD, sleep deprivation and sleep disorders affect more than 70 million Americans, and one-third of all Americans display severe symptoms of insomnia (Photo Illustration: Danya Ziazadeh).

Sleep deprivation linked to reduction in brain size

Danya Ziazadeh, Web Editor
April 13, 2015
 Although lots of time and money have been invested into the ACT, the SAT is a respectable exam and a compatible replacement (Photo Credit: Zaynah Siddique).

Michigan drops the ACT

Zaynah Siddique, Staff Reporter
March 19, 2015
Caption: An arctic blast chills the eastern side of the country and forces Metro Detroiters to feel the bitter cold of -37° F (Photo Credit: Paisley Sutton).

Bundle Up

Paisley Sutton, Staff Reporter
February 19, 2015
Car-lovers swarm to see some of the best new cars in the world like the Ford GT, the Lincoln MKX and the Chevrolet ZO6 (Photo Credit: Paisley Sutton).

Detroit shines with the 2015 Auto Show

Paisley Sutton, Staff Reporter
January 21, 2015

Around the world in 80 seconds

Molly Schwalm, Design Editor
January 20, 2015
The National Weather Service predicts Detroit will not endure another January like last season's, in which 39.1 inches of snow fell to make it the snowiest month on record (Photo Credit: MCT Wire Service).

Polar vortex not predicted

MacKenzie Cahill, Associate Editor-in-Chief
November 25, 2014
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