Raising the stakes

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Community colleges boost tuition prices By Elizabeth Casella Staff Writer Community college students across Michigan are all facing the same problem of rising tuition prices. Over the past few years in Michigan, […]

A decade of excellence

Schoolcraft Athletic Director Sidney Fox holds his 2014-15 Athletic Director of the Year award plaque.

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Fox named MCCAA Athletic Director of the Year By Natalie Shirvanian Staff Writer Schoolcraft College’s Director of Athletics, Sidney Fox, was named Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Athletic Director of the […]

Delivering literacy

A Red Wagon volunteer helps a child choose a book to read from the "library on wheels."

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Red Wagon Project provides books to children in need By Camyle Cryderman Campus Life editor While majority of families in the Metro-Detroit area sustain enough income to live comfortably; unfortunately, many still […]

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Buhagiar, Montroy and Werner first set of athletes to commit to baseball program By Elaine Gerou Editor-in-Chief After the announcement of a new baseball program earlier this year, Schoolcraft now officially has […]

Hard work pays off

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Efua Crenstil becomes fifth Schoolcraft student to win Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship By Elaine Gerou Editor-in-Chief Tears of joy streamed down 2014 Schoolcraft graduate Efua Crenstil’s cheeks after she was pleasantly surprised […]

Music cures

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Concert to benefit professor diagnosed with leukemia By Elaine Gerou Managing Editor Schoolcraft Choral Director, Dr. Jonathan Drake, a beloved member of the Schoolcraft community and father of two teenage girls, was […]

Justice served

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Aaron Hernandez found guilty of first-degree murder By Kenneth Porter Staff Writer On April 15th, former NFL tight-end Aaron Hernandez was found guilty on all counts in the 2013 shooting death of […]

A wise prize

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Anvitha Paruchuri, second place Pythagorean Prize winner, participates in the Student Activites Office leadership retreat in 2014.

Top mathematical students Fang, Paruchuri and Araj win awards BY ELAINE GEROU MANAGING EDITOR The 20th Annual Pythagorean Prize, which is an award that recognizes Schoolcraft’s top mathematics students every year, was announced […]

Ahead in the count

Informal meet and greet gives baseball and softball coaches opportunity to meet interested players BY NICK MISIAK AND NATALIE SHIRVANIAN SPORTS EDITOR AND STAFF WRITER The newly formed Schoolcraft Baseball and Softball […]

In season

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Hunting for the best fruits and vegetables BY ELIZABETH CHAPA ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Nothing is better than having fresh fruit and vegetables to make a delicious, nutritious meal with. Spring and […]

Diving under

Underground hip-hop label utopia for indie artists BY MATIAS CARVAJAL STAFF WRITER Chris Manak, a.k.a. Peanut Butter Wolf, a.k.a. Folerio, is the man behind the very essence of Stones Throw Records. Stones […]

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Innovation defines Schoolcraft’s current decade BY LAUREN LUKENS AND CASEY SAMYN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF AND CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR For fifty years, Schoolcraft has provided students with an unforgettable start to their education; however, this […]

Reaching out

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Schoolcraft dual-enrolled student dedicates life to service BY CASEY SAMYN AND ELIZABETH CHAPA CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR AND ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR For millions of high school seniors, the last year of high […]

A spring beat

Prolific jazz trumpet player Roger Ingram to visit Schoolcraft By Gabriel Torres Staff Writer Schoolcraft College will be hosting a jazz concert featuring Roger Ingram, a world renowned trumpet player on Monday, […]

Pillars of Eternity

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The Return of RPG tradition By Stephan Brown Staff Writer Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars System: PC ESRB Rated: Mature Genre: RPG Publisher: Obsidian Entertainment/Paradox Interactive “Pillars of Eternity” was once […]

Do not be surged

The sequel to “Divergent” was released March 20 starring Shailene Woodley and Theo James.

Sequel to “Divergent” fails to develop connection Rating: 3 out of 10 Duration: 119 Minutes Rated: PG-13 Often, movies that have a hype buildup surrounding them fall short of their over-embellished expectations, and […]

Diamond Gems

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FAY AND LINARES GO TO BAT FOR NEW BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL PROGRAMS BY ELAINE GEROU AND NICK MISIAK MANAGING EDITOR AND SPORTS EDITOR Since the announcement of the creation of a baseball […]

Occupy Michigan

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Although small, the Emerald Ash Borer is detrimental to Michigan’s ecosystems. The insect is an exotic, invasive species that infests and kills North American ash trees.

Earth Day Celebration focuses on invasive species BY LAUREN LUKENS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Aliens may not be proven to exist, but invasive species are a real and serious matter. Native animal and plant species are […]

Ocelot pride

Basketball teams finish sixth and seventh at national tournament BY NICK MISIAK SPORTS EDITOR The Schoolcraft Mens Basketball Team went 2-2 and finished sixth out of 16 teams in the Division II […]

Teeing off

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Ocelot golfers prepare for spring tournaments BY NICK MISIAK SPORTS EDITOR As the snow melts away and the grass turns green, the Schoolcraft Mens Golf Team is preparing to hit the links […]

Collaboration of two

Badbadnotgood and Ghostface Killah release compilation album BY AUSTIN VICARS STAFF WRITER “Sour Soul” is a collaboration album from Canadian hip-hop/jazz group Badbadnotgood and former Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah. The collaboration […]

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