A Taxing Ordeal

  Getting to the root of East Lansing’s new citywide levy So, you all got the email from the government stating that taxes are no longer a thing, right? They’re ending it? Yeah, me neither. What we did get was an email from the city of East Lansing informing the residents and employees/employers that a […]

By Michelle McKernan & Rockila Young March Madness is an event that many look forward to, but it can seem overwhelming at times, especially if you are not familiar with basketball or the tournament itself. But don’t worry, it’s a lot less scary once it’s explained. The NCAA Tournament was created in 1939 and has […]

Women’s History Month just got an artistic twist Name five modern-day artists off the top of your head. Try Googling “famous artists” and see whose names pop up. How many of those artists are women? Many people, through no fault of their own, have been primarily introduced to male artists as the upper-echelon of the […]

  Veteran adventurers share their exploration exploits European backpacking is a “coming of age” adventure to experience the continent’s diverse cultural phenomena. Its popularity has increased steadily since the 1950s, especially within the college-aged demographic as part of a “gap year” – typically a yearlong break from school. While travelers romanticize and liken their adventure to […]

A guide on what the service industry goes through this busy season After the busy holiday season is over, the service industry has a lull in business that servers can find taxing. That all changes, though, in the month of March, with March Madness and St. Patrick’s Day. Before these events, a server might be […]