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Traveling Vegetarian: The Standard in Ann Arbor

I have been anxiously waiting for the newest French inspired restaurant on my side of Ann Arbor to open, I’ll admit I was stalking their Facebook page for months. 408 more words

Travel

'We just had a lot of heart': The Potter's House coffee shop fostering fellowship

Article written by Noah Standish
Photos by Bradley Balsters

“May all who enter as guests leave as friends.”

It’s written in blue and gold letters above a doorway hundreds of Missouri State students walk through each week: the entrance to The Potter’s House. 1,311 more words

The Standard

Missouri State Unveils New Health & Wellness Center

Article written by Noah Standish
Photos by Bill Sioholm

The clouds finally parted and the red ribbon was finally cut on Monday morning, as Missouri State University’s new health and wellness center was formally unveiled. 664 more words

The Standard

"Nationalise all broadcast media"

There is a lot of angst being expressed over news coverage during the week at The Standard: The manufacturing of a narrative

They are complaining about the excess of coverage of stories they don’t think are important, and a lack of coverage of stories they think are important. 381 more words

Politics

From Court to Coach: Audrey Holt's Journey

Article written by Noah Standish
Photos by Bradley Balsters

“#Play4Markay”

It’s hastily written in black on a whiteboard inside an empty JQH Arena locker room. Down the hall, a crowd of 2,400 cheers on the Lady Bears basketball team as they earn a 20-point victory over Bradley University. 1,780 more words

The Standard

Russian judgment - "Winston Peters and Jeremy Corbyn are sane voices"

There have been claims that Russia has been set up over the allegations of nerve gas poisoning in Salisbury, England, ranging from valid questions to conspiracy theories. 1,567 more words

General

"Attempts by some fringe Labour supporters to minimise these issues"

It is normal for political activists to over play attacks on opponents, and to make excuses and minimise issues that put their favoured parties and politicians in a bad light. 775 more words

General