Former Technology Director Sentenced In Embezzlement Case

Former Technology Director Sentenced In Embezzlement Case

By Kyle Doyle & Lucas Bell Brian Tungl, the former Technology Director for Dexter Community Schools, was found guilty of embezzling more than $50,000 in iPads, Macbooks,cell phones, cameras, batteries, hard drives, and other pieces of technology from the district on May 23, 2016, School officials have stated that Tungl stole somewhere close to $300,000 over the course of  four years. The legal battle that started following the 2014 investigation into Tungl’s actions was drawn out over the course of two years, finally ending yesterday. Judge David S. Swartz, of the…

Hidden Gem Reviews: Breakfast

Hidden Gem Reviews: Breakfast

Who doesn’t love a good breakfast? Three Squallers set out to find the hidden breakfast spots in the Dexter/Ann Arbor area. Here’s what they found. By Lucas Bell, Kyle Doyle & Christopher Gaskin A delightful haven of breakfast delicacies that is hidden off Ann Arbor-Saline road was our first breakfast place to indulge. However, indulgence did not come immediately. Saturday mornings are the best time to get breakfast, but try to get there early. After 30 minutes of waiting, we were seated. The atmosphere of Nick’s calls to mind a…

Vaping: Blowin’ Clouds at DHS

Vaping: Blowin’ Clouds at DHS

By Lucas Bell We are all familiar with walking into the bathroom and being greeted with the faint aroma of French vanilla, bubble gum, or even a  field of strawberries.  At first one might think the administration has decided to furnish the  restrooms with Yankee Candles to enhance the experience. Unfortunately, this is not the case. What we are dealing with is vaping. “I vape because it is a way to get nicotine that’s definitely safer than smoking,” The Squall’s anonymous vape insider said. The popularity of vaping has grown…

Flint Water Crisis

Flint Water Crisis

By Lucas Bell & Gigi Saadeldin When the average American opens their tap, the water which comes out can be described as clean, refreshing, or clear; ever since April of 2014, the water in Flint has been anything but. The first thing citizens of Flint noticed was the color, ranging from blues to brown. The second thing they noticed was the pungent odor. In the mid 1980s, Flint fell into a deep economic depression after the closing of a General Motors plant, still affecting the city’s population today. In an…