Story time! I have a good luck charm that I’ve carried with me for a long time. When I was a little girl, it was parents’ day at summer care. My dad, older sister and I had lunch outside on the grass to enjoy the nice day. My sister and I wanted to look for […]

Every year on March 17th, the city of Chicago uses dye to color the Chicago River a bright, glittering, emerald green. The resemblance to the glowing nuclear waste in old comic books and cartoons is uncanny. This odd tradition has prevailed since about the early 1960’s, beginning with a yearly dyeing to investigate illegal dumping […]

In 1997, Larissa Boyce told Kathie Klages, who was then MSU’s head gymnastics coach and the head of the MSU junior gymnastics program that Boyce was a member of, that an MSU physician named Larry Nassar had touched her inappropriately during medical treatment. At 16 years old, Boyce put her trust in Klages, a woman […]

It happens every year. You get back to school after winter break mid-January, get back in the groove of school, then the beginning March hits and it’s spring break. So you make fun spring break plans with friends and forget about school for a week, only to go back and start the worst week of […]

via GIPHY It’s the last day of spring break. You go to bed a little later than usual, still on break time. But it’s okay—you’ll still get your eight hours. Wrong. In the middle of the night one of those hours will be stolen from you by the evil that is daylight saving time. You […]