Ocelots fall to John Wood in national quarterfinal By Nick Misiak Sports Editor The 19 game win streak that the Schoolcraft Mens Basketball team was riding came to a sudden halt on […]

Riding out the storm

Ocelots survive Southeast CC, continue in consolation bracket By Nick Misiak Sports Editor On Wednesday, March 18 the Schoolcraft Womens Basketball Team defeated Southeast (NE) Community College 73-67 in the first round […]

Earned It


The sexy accessary to the hugely successful “Fifty Shades of Grey” movie By Caitlin LeRoux Online Editor Rating: 4 out of 5 stars With the release of the highly anticipated erotic drama, […]

International values

International values

Annual Multicultural Fair brings worldwide traditions to life BY LAUREN LUKENS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Increased international student enrollment has created astonishing programs, such as the Schoolcraft College International Institute and English as a Second Language […]

A booming era

A booming era

The last of the 20th century prepared for a technological millennium BY CASEY SAMYN AND LAUREN LUKENS CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR AND EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The 1990s was an era that dawned the first “Harry Potter” […]



Student club offers game strategy and friendships BY REBECCA BREAZEALE STAFF WRITER In a world where electronics and video games take center stage, it is rare for college students to sit down […]

A whole news world

With new types of technology and the continual need for
current events, journalism will stay in business, but news will increasingly be read on items such as tablets, cell phones and laptops instead of print newspapers.

Increased online readability makes now the most exciting time in journalism Everyone with a smartphone carries Internet access, which holds the gateway to an encyclopedia, dictionary and library of human knowledge in […]

Mocktail Party

The Schoolcraft College Student Activities Board, Schoolcraft College Foundation, SC Learning Support Services and SC Cares will be hosting a Mocktail Party in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. The event will have […]

Drive for five

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Detroit Tigers eye fifth consecutive division title By Bryan Zazaian Staff Writer It’s been a long and tedious offseason for the Detroit Tigers, but with Spring Training now underway, it’s never too […]

Twice is nice

Twice is nice

Ocelots qualify for NJCAA tournament for second straight year BY NICK MISIAK SPORTS EDITOR With wins over Henry Ford Community College and Alpena Community College in the past few weeks, the Schoolcraft […]

Now or never

Animals, plants and non living resources all must be present for ecosystems to work effectively. Day by day, Americans take advantage of the world’s natural resources, which affects more than just the human population. If habits are not changed now, species will continue to go extinct.

Biological conservation is important for the sake of future generations Due to industrial and technological booms in recent decades, it has become increasingly evident to both scientists and the general population that […]

Alternative routes

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder announced his plan at the 2015 State of the State address to send more state tax dollars to fund skill trade apprenticeships in Michigan.

Snyder supports and encourages skilled trade routes BY ELAINE GEROU MANAGING EDITOR  As skill trade continues to lose workers combined with many of the remaining workers in skill trade approaching retirement age, Governor […]


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