Nemo Neiburger talks robotics, band, coding, and the future as a graduating senior. Find out what this Skyline Senior says about his high school experience.
I tell my children often that change starts with small steps in the right direction. Viral videos showing unwarranted deaths, caught on camera, of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd and countless others, highlight on-going racism in our country, sparking outrage across the globe. As an educator, mother, and professor in the department of early childhood education,
During these difficult times, it’s wonderful to see our community pull together. Most of the population is doing their part to ensure everyone in Michigan is safe. From sharing foods to using face masks, people are doing their part to keep each other safe and healthy. One of things people are doing to try to
Four local moms share common motherhood truths A mother’s journey has many paths— starts and stops, twists and turns— but for all their unique experiences, there is a lot moms have in common. For this Mother’s Day feature, we chose four local moms to share their journeys with readers and to reflect on some universal
WHO encourages more physical activity The World Health Organization [WHO] recently released new guidelines on screen limits and sedentary behaviors for children under the age of five. “For the greatest health benefits, infants, and young children should meet all the recommendations for physical activity, sedentary [behavior] and sleep in a 24-hour period,” the guide says. “Replacing restrained or sedentary screen time