Corona-Cation, and its Effects on Our Senior Year

Sports Section Chair: Michael Brown Welcome back to the Senior Column! Wow, what a month, huh? Pandemic or not, the show must go on, and we here at The Wolverine Times will continue to push out the content you people crave. And with The Loaf out of season, there is nothing the people crave more […]

Who would have won March Madness? (Coronavirus edition)

Staff Writer: Shane Zachos With the corona virus spreading across the world in a matter of months the public has been hit hard with many of their favorite spring activities having to be postponed/cancelled. One of those festivities is one of sports fans favorite time of the year in March madness. This tournament is full […]

Brady: The Story Begins…..Again

Staff Writer: Kevin Mitchell TB to TB? No one would’ve ever expected that Tom Brady would leave the Patriots. After what he has given to the team throughout his 20 years its shocking that he’s moving on this upcoming season. Tom Brady agreed to a $50 Million contract with his new team in the Big […]

A Virus That Froze The Sporting World

Staff Writer: Harvey Atsma In less than a month reporters are broadcasting the sad news, “The rapid spread of the coronavirus is causing cancellations and postponements of sporting events and affecting sports around the globe. One of the biggest developments is that Japan and the International Olympic Committee have decided to postpone the 2020 Summer Games in […]

At Least Seven Arrested on Meth Charges in January Alone

Staff Writer: Grace Dembickie One of the fastest growing epidemics in our society is the effect that meth has had on today’s kids. With its decrease in price and increase in availability, the drug is growing in popularity exponentially among minors, specifically high school and middle school kids. This should not be seen as a […]

Valentine’s Day Presents and Looking Ahead

Kealey Stewart Hey Kealey, so Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and I don’t know what to get my boyfriend, do you have any suggestions? Now is a great time to start thinking about it! I was thinking about getting a big bag and filling it with candy and fun little Valentine things. I […]

Australia Fires

Staff Writer: Yee Yee Tway Australia fires could be caused naturally or by human activity. Especially in the driest area it could start up a fire easily. Since September of 2019, there has been at least 24 million acres of land burned in the worst seasons. At least 480 billion animals have lost their lives […]

Great Webtoons You Should Binge Read

Staff Writer: Kylise Carino First, you might be wondering what Webtoon is, and that would be a good question. A Webtoon is a digital comic app which originated in South Korea. The app was pretty niche around the time of its release, but has seen a surge in popularity due to the rising manga and […]

Clue: On Stage – The Who Got It Done Production

Staff Editor: Logan Haines Clue? A deceptively funny play about tragedy, death, and surprising twists of fate. Six contestants are invited to a cryptic dinner party by some mysterious patron, all seemingly different in every way and none the wiser of who each one is. All with their own sins and secrets. Except they all […]

Can We Hurry It Up Please?

Sports Section Chair: Michael Brown So, I’m not writing about sports this time. I’ve decided to pick up the Senior Column duties this month because we had been unintentionally neglecting it. I want to talk about the stresses of life as a senior, and how I really want us to just calm down, and not […]