As startup scene grows, Detroit faces new challenges

Photo by Ruby wallau

Following decades of racial tensions, a notoriously high crime rate and setbacks in the auto industry, Detroit is looking for a new economic driver. And it might just come in the expanding startup scene, where millions have been invested from the public and private sector this decade.

Redefining a space: Trotter hopes to expand its community

In a darkened basement on Washtenaw Avenue, half a dozen students gathered Nov. 7 to watch old episodes of “Scandal” over Coldstone ice cream and waffle cones.


by Max Radwin

The Writer’s Notebook: The writing process’ process

Illustration by megan mulholland

I read about the writing process a lot, or talk to people about it. There’s apparently some process that you’re supposed to develop so that your writing becomes as good as it can be, some way of going about writing things that’s the right way.

by Mariam sheik

Famous by Association: Why I want to be an Olsen Twin

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are the real fashion icons of today’s generation. Forget about the other celebrities whose job it is to be photographed in certain brands and at specific events.

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