The Communicator

No Dreams Of Transcendence: An Interview With Junot Diaz

Junot Diaz gives a lecture at Rackham Auditorium
Kyndall Flowers and Eva Rosenfeld August 23, 2017

You speak often about decolonized love: the search for a love that transcends colonization and patriarchy. Have you ever experienced it personally? I don’t believe in these things -- that you can transcend....

CHS Poetry Slam 2016 Sends Six Poets to City Slam

Eva Rosenfeld
Sophia Werthmann April 15, 2016

Nine names were read out loud by Jeff Kass, Pioneer High School Teacher and Neutral Zone Literary Arts Director, and each time, the crowd cheered. It was March 30, and the Community High School Poetry...

Anarcho-Coffeeism: Episode 3

Ruby Lowenstein, Eva Rosenfeld, and Chloe Root January 4, 2016
An introduction to egoist anarchism and the writings of Max Stirner, brought to you by the good comrades of Chloe Root’s independent study on Anarchist Thought. Down with the State!

Dec. 8 Poetry Reading

Eleanor Olson
Sophia Werthmann December 27, 2015

On Dec. 8, Community High students and staff gathered in the craft theatre for the Poetry Reading which covered many topics including politics, gun violence, one’s name, love and hate. Eve Zikmund-Fisher...

Anarcho-Coffeeism: Episode 2

Eva Rosenfeld, Ruby Lowenstein, and Chloe Root December 4, 2015

An introduction to collectivist anarchism and the writings of Michael Bakunin, brought to you by the good comrades of Chloe Root's independent study on Anarchist Thought. Down with the State! Collectivist...

Anarcho-Coffeeism: Episode 1

Eva Rosenfeld and Ruby Lowenstein November 20, 2015

This introduction to anarchism is provided to you by the good comrades of Chloe Root's independent study on Anarchist Thought. Down with the State!

Robert Morgan Creates the Ah Ha! Fest

Robert Morgan holds posters his creative writing students created to advertise for the Ah Ha! Fest.
Sophia Rosewarne and Omolara Osofisan November 9, 2015

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (SMBC) is among the pages Robert Morgan, a CHS English teacher, views almost every morning. “SMBC updates everyday which I think is amazing because some of the comics...

Racial Microaggressions at Community High School

Racial Microaggressions at Community High School
Eva Rosenfeld and Sophia Simon November 24, 2014

[vimeo]https://vimeo.com/112744690[/vimeo]

Shorts on the Ledge 2014

Shorts on the Ledge 2014
Matty Hack April 22, 2014

Shorts on the Ledge may take place in Craft Theatre nowadays, but neither the name nor the premise have changed. It is a low-key, non-competitive venue for Community High School's poets to read their original...

Field Day 2013

Field Day 2013
Kate Summers, Sofia Kromis, and Eva Rosenfeld May 24, 2013

Field Day is one of the rare instances where athleticism meets Community High. At a school where the closest thing to varsity sports is the ultimate frisbee team, it’s unexpected that forums should...

Graffiti Culture in Ann Arbor: Vandals or Van Goghs?

Graffiti Culture in Ann Arbor: Vandals or Van Goghs?
Ada Banks and Eva Rosenfeld May 18, 2013

Early summer, 1998. Felch Street Underpass, Ann Arbor. Six friends assembled below an underpass in the middle of the night to complete a mural. They did so illegally. They were a group of rebels, but...

The Moth: True Stories Told Live

The Moth: True Stories Told Live
Eva Rosenfeld January 28, 2013

The room is dark and crowded, with all sorts of people chattering with anticipation. 17 people in particular wait anxiously, scattered throughout the crowd. 17 names are in a hat, 10 of which will be chosen...

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