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Maybe AI is our friend
Maybe AI is our friend
Phi Theta Kappa Chapter investigates AI applications in education
Kathryn Wenske, Editor-in-Chief • November 28, 2023

On the top of many people’s minds, discussions have arised as Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming more and more integrated into our daily lives. There has been much concern regarding its involvement...

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Moving up in quality
Kathryn Wenske, Editor-in-Chief • October 25, 2023

Careers are all about connections. Who you know, and who can help get you to where you want to be. They are also about developing bonds, so that...

Surgical tech students practicing a surgical procedure utilizing the state of the art facilities on campus.
Broader horizons
Sara Mallory, Campus Life Editor • October 24, 2023

Infection is a no joking matter and neither is the widespread healthcare shortage that has been perpetually growing since the COVID-19 pandemic....

Hinkle Student Reasource Center Coordinator Rhonda Donovan hamding a student a snack pack. (Photo courtesy of Schoolcraft College)
Shedding light
Kathryn Wenske, Editor-in-Chief • October 23, 2023

Something no student should experience is home insecurity and homelessness. Unfortunately it is present on college campuses. Schoolcraft however...

Left to right: International Student Organization President Keren Iylo, Schoolcraft Connection Editor-in-Chief
Kathryn Wenske, and Phi Theta Kappa Omicron Iota chapter Secretary Kendall Borchardt.
You got this
Student leaders share their strategies behind academic success
Homayra Adiba, Staff Writer • October 27, 2023

Entering college is a significant milestone in one’s educational journey. Whether it is a transition from high school or a return to school after a long hiatus due to personal or financial reasons. College...

Next step
Next step
Kendall Borchardt, Staff Writer • October 26, 2023

The process of transferring from a community college to a four-year university can be confusing. For many students, it can become easily and quickly overwhelming, especially when it comes to what kind...

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Free college y’all
Kathryn Wenske, Editor-in-Chief • September 22, 2023

Jobs with requirements of education besides a high school diploma just became that much more accessible.  To remove the financial barrier that often blocks people from attaining such requirements,...

Alyssa Braun enjoys investigating her flower plants in her backyard garden.
Friends of monarchs
Homayra Adiba, Staff Writer • September 21, 2023

After graduating from Schoolcraft in 2017, Alyssa Braun transferred to Eastern MI University and graduated in Elementary-Early Childhood Teaching. Currently, she teaches in Tonda Elementary School as a...

Favorite fall trends
Favorite fall trends
Connection Editorial Staff November 6, 2023

Although adults, nothing brings us back to our childhood like Halloween. The sweet/spicy, homey smells...

(Left to Right) Dante Davidson, Kellen Larson, and Alex Wenske reunited after playing in youth leagues growing up together to play for Schoolcraft College. (Photo courtesy of Schoolcraft College)
From day one
Kathryn Wenske, Editor-in-Chief • November 3, 2023

Often friendships developed in childhood can die out, leaving those memories made to live in the past....

Coming in hot
Kathryn Wenske, Editor-in-Chief • November 29, 2023

After a productive offseason, the Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams are jumping into their 2023-2024...

Cheers to another season
Cheers to another season
Isabelle Richmond, Intern • November 29, 2023

With the calendar now turning from fall to winter, it’s time to look back at the athletic performances...

Running with pride
Running with pride
Isabelle Richmond, Intern • November 18, 2023

The Schoolcraft cross country team wrapped up their season on Nov. 11 at the National Junior College...

Schools out for a Snow Day
Schools out for a Snow Day
Can the neighborhood kids stop the evil snow plow man from stealing another Snow Day?
Elizabeth Lux, Staff Writer • November 30, 2023

"Snow Day" Genre: Family and Comedy Released: February 11, 2000 Runtime: 1 hr 29 mins Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, Apple TV, GooglePlay...

Birds eye view
Birds eye view
Jessica Micheal, Staff Writer • November 2, 2023

Hollow Kingdom By Kira Jane Buxton Genre: Adult Science Fiction Published: Aug. 6, 2023 Rating: 3/5 Stars “Hollow Kingdom” by Kira Jane Buxton is a creative approach to a beloved horror genre narrated by a filthy mouthed crow with an identity...

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Brushing the canvas of creativity
Mark Isaacs, Staff Writer • November 1, 2023

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is irrefutably challenging the atmosphere of creativity, producing exciting works in lesser time. Artificially manufactured artwork has been growing more popular, in a digital and real life sense. With the latest improvements...

Mastering your mind with Thinking, Fast and Slow
Mastering your mind with Thinking, Fast and Slow
Heba Ashmawy, Staff Writer • October 31, 2023

“Thinking, Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman is a book that has had a profound impact on the way individuals approach decision-making, whether it be in academic pursuits or life in general. The insights presented in the book have the potential...

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What good we can do
The power of charity for the community and the self
Logan DuCharme, Staff Writer • November 9, 2023

Earlier this year I went on a trip to Atlanta, and as I wandered through the city in awe of the wealth and culture there, I too was perturbed by the level of homelessness that saturated the city. Everywhere I went the homeless begged for money. At first...

Switching gears to a four-year
Switching gears to a four-year
Kendall Borchardt, Staff Writer • November 8, 2023

Transferring from a community college to a four-year university can be stressful. From transfer essays to application fees, the whole process...

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The purple ribbon
Kathryn Wenske, Editor-in-Chief • November 7, 2023

Although this topic is rather personal, I am sharing this portion of my life in hopes it provides comfort to those who have experienced and truthfully...

Favorite fall trends
Favorite fall trends
Connection Editorial Staff November 6, 2023

Although adults, nothing brings us back to our childhood like Halloween. The sweet/spicy, homey smells of cinnamon, candy, pumpkin carvings,...

The #6 ranked Schoolcraft Ocelots won the Northeast district championship game over Mercy County Community College (NJ) 2-0 on November 4, 2023 and punched their ticket to the national championship tournament in Tucson, Arizona.
#6 Ocelots advance to National Tournament
November 6, 2023

Patrons gather to dance to live music performed by Kuldip Bhatt at the Navratri Garba on Oct. 28, 2023 at Schoolcraft College.
A colorful celebration
Joshua Hardy, Staff Photographer • October 31, 2023

  Approximately 700 patrons gathered on Saturday, October 28, 2023 at Schoolcraft College for the annual Navratri...

Creeping’ it real this Halloween
Creeping’ it real this Halloween
Izabella Allie, Photo Editor • October 30, 2023

Get ready for a spooky adventure as The Schoolcraft Connection hunted down the best Halloween yards in town! The team...

The Schoolcraft Pickleball Tournament took place in the Trinity Elite Sports Center from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 29, 2023.
Ready, set, play
Joshua Hardy, Staff Photographer • October 2, 2023

  Pickleball is the fastest-growing sport in America. It is played on a badminton-sized court with a paddle and...

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