The deadliest of a corollary of five bombings have occurred in the past two years, half a mile from Beirut’s prominent Dahyeh suburb.
Three suicide bombings, two shootings, one hostage crisis, at least 190 dead all within an hour. Within hours of this carnage, everyone’s suspicions were confirmed: the so-called Islamic State claimed responsibility.
Attending the Alliance for DisAbility Awareness Dinner (ADA) on Nov. 5 was an eye-opening event for me. I got to hear the real life experiences of mothers with disabled children and their journey throughout their children’s lives.
On Oct. 27th at 6:00 p.m. in Kochoff Hall, a conversation on race took place. It was given by Keith Beauchamp, an activist who is also known for producing/directing the documentary, The Untold Story of Emmett Till (2005), and other works as well.
College is a time of discovery, change and growth. Over the past five years I’ve spent at UM-Dearborn I’ve grown in ways I never imagined.
As I stood on the sideline at Trenton High School Friday night, a whirlwind of emotions were running through me. I felt nervous, excited, scared and proud at the same time. It was something I had worked towards for a few years, and something I would not have expected I would be doing five years ago.
They say the best years of your life will be in college; that these are the days you’ll continue to remember for the rest of your life. It’s the adventure of a lifetime — quite literally sometimes. So does anyone feel a bit worried hearing that?
After three years at a workplace, staying until the end of college seemed like the choice I would be making. As of a little over a month ago, that changed.