Michigan residents throw away about 49 billion cubic yards of waste each year. That would amount to filling Spartan Stadium approximately 95 times. Because landfills continue to expand and take up more space, there’s a good chance they could one day possibly invade people’s backyard. Remember Wall-E? If we aren’t careful, we could see the world looking despairingly simil...
The Great Lakes provide the vast majority of North America’s freshwater. This fresh water is used for consumption, wildlife, agriculture and Pure Michigan tourism, adding $22.8 billion to Michigan’s economy. Considering how vital fresh water is to the human population and economy, it is important and necessary to keep the Great Lakes safe.
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Staff Spotlight: Kayden Grinwis
September 16, 2019
Amy Bailey: The really scary thing about “The Handmaid’s Tale”