Recovery Housing has been introduced to Michigan State University’s campus to serve students recovering from alcohol and other drug addictions. The program began in the fall semester of 2018 and is under management by the Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC), a service through Olin Health Center that helps students looking to recover from addictions.  The CRC […]

With fewer than three months left until graduation, Michigan State University seniors have a lot to look forward to.  “I am planning to move to Chicago after graduation. I’m looking forward to living in a city, although I don’t know many people there yet. … It’ll be a transition,” said international relations and economics major […]

Gentrification – defined in the Merriam-Webster dictionary as “the process of repairing and rebuilding homes and businesses in a deteriorating area (such as an urban neighborhood) accompanied by an influx of middle-class or affluent people” – is a topic that has been explored for decades, from its faults to its strengths. It has been encouraged […]

In the 1980s, artist Tyree Guyton returned to his home on Heidelberg Street in Detroit and found it in a state of disrepair. Thirty years later, his iconic Heidelberg Project exists as both a symbol of Detroit’s challenges and a cultural sanctuary for the city’s rich history and artisanship. Dubbed an “outdoor wonderland of wit […]