The Tower Pulse

Opinion: Seva nothing to write home about

Opinion: Seva nothing to write home about

Maddie Weekley '21, Copy Editor

November 8, 2019

If you like mediocre food, the vegetarian/vegan restaurant Seva in downtown Detroit may be perfect for you.  The menu originally attracted me to the restaurant because it allowed my vegan friend Shannon, who is a part of the Six Vegan Sisters Instagram, to order easily. We started by gett...

My View: Kanye West’s religious turn just misses the mark

My View: Kanye West’s religious turn just misses the mark

Asher Heimbuch '22, Web Editor

October 28, 2019

Rapper, producer, fashion icon and husband of Kim Kardashian, Kanye West has finally released his new album, “Jesus Is King.” After much anticipation, filled with countless delays, West’s ninth studio album and first album of the year was dropped on Oct. 25. The record, featuring 11 curse-free, ...

My View: Exceeding expectations at Detroit Shipping’s Momo Cha

My View: Exceeding expectations at Detroit Shipping’s Momo Cha

Sophia Stann '20, Staff Writer

October 24, 2019

My whole experience getting lunch at Momo Cha was a lot better than I was expecting. The restaurant is located in the Detroit Shipping Co. building, next to about four other food vendors inside. It was packed with smiling facing buying all types of different food from each vendor. The atmosphere was uplif...

A not-so-spooky reboot: The Addams Family movie review

A not-so-spooky reboot: The Addams Family movie review

Morgan Skaff '21, Supervising Copy Editor

October 23, 2019

This very timely remake of an old TV show, The Addams Family, did not live up to its full potential due to a rushed ending and an unclear storyline. The movie reflected today’s society and molded to our current day and age shown through some of the jokes that were made and scenes that were shown. ...

My View: ‘Downton Abbey’ new movie is eye-catching, yet predictable

My View: ‘Downton Abbey’ new movie is eye-catching, yet predictable

Becca Koch '22, Staff Writer

October 21, 2019

As an avid fan of both the British aristocracy and historical movies, I knew that the movie version of Downton Abbey would be right up my alley. I had seen the original series numerous times. It seemed to be perfect, and it was. “Downton Abbey” is a continuation of the massively popular PBS show that took...

My View: Tall Girl fails to live up to its height

My View: Tall Girl fails to live up to its height

Katie Cherven '20, Copy Editor

October 20, 2019

“You think your life is hard? I’m a high school junior wearing size 13 Nikes. Mens’ size 13 Nikes. Beat that.” These are perhaps the most quotable lines from this fall’s newest Netflix Original teen rom-com. But does the humorous, almost-iconic ring of these lines represent the quality of t...

My View: DaBaby’s “Kirk” shows great potential for future projects

My View: DaBaby’s “Kirk” shows great potential for future projects

Cameron Buhler '21, staff writer

October 9, 2019

On Friday, Sept. 27, American rapper DaBaby released his second studio album titled “Kirk” only a few days after he announced it. This album came out only six months after DaBaby’s first one, “Baby on Baby,” which was released on March 1, 2019.   To say the least, 2019 was quite the year...

My View: Babo brings fun, upscale dining to Midtown Detroit, lacks in service

Eleni Tecos '22, Copy Editor

October 1, 2019

Just around the corner from the DIA awaits the new restaurant, Babo. Intimate and pristine, Babo draws in customers with its charming, yet upscale dining experience. Outside of the restaurant, Babo was appealing to the eye with its minimalistic exterior. Though a bit lacking in terms of outdoor de...

Mapping it out: Top things to do while it’s still warm out

Paige Evers & Becca Koch both ’22, Web Editor & Staff Writer

September 6, 2019

Best Bagels in the GP Area

Morgan Skaff '21 and Tara Cole '21, Copy Editor and Staff Writer

June 10, 2019

 

New album, IGOR, lacks in many areas

New album, IGOR, lacks in many areas

Daniel Klepp '20, Staff Writer

June 7, 2019

Humanity is cursed with imperfection, and overcoming imperfections is what makes life worthwhile. Imperfection creates diversity in society and art, and it differentiates us as individuals. While imperfection is a necessity and something we should be proud of, it should only be embraced to an extent. ...

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