Author: Eden Barash

Features

‘Ask the Professor’ show evolving at UDM during digital era

One of the longest running radio shows in the country, “Ask the Professor,” was established in 1953 at the University of Detroit (University of Detroit Mercy) and was originally broadcasted on WJR 760 among other stations.   The current host of the show is chemistry and biochemistry professor Matthew J. Mio […]

Columnists

OPINION: ‘Ordinary Angels’ an extraordinary film

When it comes to releasing exceptional films, Lionsgate has no limits, from “The Hunger Games” to “Sinister, and now with their latest release “Ordinary Angels.”  The film was released on Feb. 23 and is based on a true story of locals in Louisville, Ky.   Sharon Stevens, played by famous actress […]

Features

TENN continues to tackle Detroit’s food system in creative ways

During the Winter 2024 semester, Titan Equity Nourishment Network (TENN) is continuing its impactful work by expanding its reach to address the difficulties within the Detroit food system.  TENN’s program manager, Chelsea Manning, has demonstrated strong leadership in the desire to improve access to nutritious food.  “We focus on trying […]

News

UDM alum Neil Mandt shares media insights on campus

The driven and successful former University of Detroit Mercy student, Neil Mandt, returned to campus on Jan. 31 to deliver a master class to current students.   Mandt’s presentation included some of his career accomplishments, tips on how to get into the media industry by forming individual capacities and insight into […]

Sports

Growth is goal for Titans men’s lacrosse squad

As Spring sports season rolls in, the anticipated excitement for the upcoming men’s lacrosse season is heating up at the University of Detroit Mercy.   The Titans, led by Head Coach Chris Kolon, are entering the season open-minded. They are in a transition year, finishing out the Atlantic Sun Conference, and […]

Columnists

REVIEW: Life lessons and laughs let ‘Migration’ soar

From the producers of the infamous children’s film “Minions,” Illumination expands viewer’s horizons with “Migration.”  Mack Mallard, the film’s father duck, is a firm believer in never leaving their pond since it is the only place that is safe. He melodramatically tells his ducklings a bedtime story describing the awaited […]