Author Archives: Reyna Hurand

About Reyna Hurand

Currently a student at Michigan State University. Avid reader, dog lover, and coffee enthusiast.

Buzzfeed Unsolved: Where Anyone Can Be A Detective

By Reyna Hurand

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This article was previously published on http://www.myingmag.com. ing Magazine is Michigan State University’s student-run publication covering life, arts, entertainment and more.

O.J. Simpson. Lizzie Borden. The Zodiac. Bigfoot. Aliens. Demons. Ghosts.

These are just a few cases and phenomena that have one frustrating commonality: They remain unsolved to this day.

Whether we’re dealing with the possibility of the supernatural or looking into true crime, some of the most iconic unsolved cases of our time continue to haunt us. From in-depth documentaries to conspiracy theories hidden in the dark web, we are still consumed by these mysteries. And when new details of cases emerge every so often, we can’t help but formulate more questions: Who did it? Is it real? Will it ever be solved?

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Art classes are back at Flint elementary school—thanks to one creative UM-Flint student’s nonprofit

By Reyna Hurand

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This article was previously published on www.flintside.com. Flintside is an online news magazine about the Flint region.

It was raining earlier—but now the sun is shining again at Art in the Park at Lake Callis, and people are admiring paintings under a tent near the beach, kids are laughing while playing on the splash pad, and others are making art of their very own.

Two little girls come over to show off their projects for Anna Schuller, one of the hosts of the event. They have Mason jars filled with colorful sand. Schuller has them stand together for a photo. They both proudly hold up their masterpieces and even after the photo, the large grins remain on their faces.

Schuller sits back down with a smile of her own. “That right there proves how much fun kids have with art,” she says. “It just brightens them up.”

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September is Self-Improvement Month

This article was previously published on http://www.myingmag.com. ing Magazine is Michigan State University’s student-run publication covering life, arts, entertainment and more.
For some, September marks the start of a beautiful fall season: crisp air, colorful leaves and new beginnings. For others, the month simply means a return to routine: busy schedules, daily stress and crippling anxiety. But did you know September is also National Self-Improvement Month? It’s a reminder to embrace growth, change and positivity. You’re allowed to be selfish—in fact, it’s encouraged.

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Amazing Instagram Accounts To Start Following Today

This article was previously published on myingmag.com. Don’t forget to follow @ingmagazine on Twitter and Facebook!
Instagram, where even the simplest of photos can be transformed just by adding that beautiful Kelvin or Valencia filter. The photo-sharing app has become quite the phenomenon, and it’s where many people turn when they need a little inspiration or escapism. So whether you’re researching for your next trip, or you just really need to see a photo of a dog, we’ve got you covered.

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