Now that millennials are killing chain restaurants, a successful business is all about avoiding uniformity, and with that has come a wave of ethnic cuisines mutilated by whitewashed fusion food.

Inside of SPARK.

This week, the lead brought our photographers to SPARK and Clinc, a local AI startup. Here is a look inside both of the technology offices.

Tech takes a seat in Ann Arbor

In October 2017, Duo Security — an Ann Arbor-based startup — made national headlines when it secured a $70 million round of funding that brought it to be valued at over $1 billion dollars.

Roos Roast Coffee

If I have one hope for 2018 — besides finishing school, graduating, figuring out life and finding my bigger purpose in this world — it’s to drink better coffee than I did last year.


I got a text from my mom on a hot, busy afternoon in July. Of course, all of your July afternoons are hot and busy when you spend so much time taking care of 7-year-olds that you almost have no time to take care of yourself.  The text read, “Call Dad. It’s important.”


Why? Why would you betray me like this?

I trusted you. I gave you my everything, and you went and pulled this shitake mushrooms? 

Nichols Arboretum

When we think about sustainability, we imagine the spaces we want to preserve. For over 100 years, Nichols Arboretum has been treasured by the campus community.

At the Campus Farm.

Even when I still ate meat, I loved Meatless Monday. Saying this is much like a middle school student who openly admits to enjoying school.

A protestor interrupts Charles Murray's talk at Palmer Commons on October 11, 2017.

If political correctness seems like something that stifles free speech, that means there are people abusing the word to their own advantage.


I quickly realized that I didn’t know what I was doing.