Author: Hisham Almadani

Sports

Murua sees hard work pay off for Titans this year

At the heart of Calihan Hall stands Irene Murua, a Spanish-native basketball star who has led the  Titans on the court for the past three seasons. But now as a senior student-athlete, she faces uncertainty between careers, countries and crossroads.  Murua stands at the intersection of her collegiate career, contemplating […]

Columnists

OPINION: Apple Vision Pro impressive, but needs work

Apple’s latest tech is impressive and the best of its class, but a several thousand-dollar spend is not justified, at least not yet.  In all fairness, I should begin by mentioning that I write this with a limited perspective of the Vision Pro. Frankly, augmented reality is not my expertise, […]

Sports

Detroit Mercy women’s hoops a confident, winning program

Detroit Mercy women’s basketball is off to its best regular season start since the beginning of the century and is on course to post the highest number of wins across a single season since 2012–2013, when the Titans won the national WBI tournament.  The team, forwarded by Spanish Louisiana Tech […]

Features

Quadeca showcases talent in new, dreary album

In a year that Drake, Kendrick Lamar and Ye each released an album, a white boy with a lisp out of Los Angeles took the title of “Al- bum of The Year” for many. Last month, American rapper and former YouTube star Ben Lasky, better known by his stage name “Quadeca,” […]

News

Esports Club looks to level up with new members, leagues

Video games, competitions and lots of fun. The Detroit Mercy Esports Club, now in its second year on campus, is growing rapidly and has big plans for the future. What started out in Junior Computer Science major Logan Manor’s bedroom in 2020 at the height of the coronavirus pandemic has now turned […]