Back in June, Blackboard announced their annual Catalyst Award winners, recognizing and honoring excellence amongst their global community. Schoolcraft was one of the colleges and universities recognized in their 15th annual award ceremony. Placing in the “Optimizing Student Experience” category, Schoolcraft was one of three institutions recognized by the educational platform. Also winning in the category, the University of Edinburgh located in the United Kingdom and the College of Western Idaho.
Five years ago London-based singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas graced the world with her second studio album “Blood.” Now she is back with her creatively self-titled album “Lianne La Havas.”
Havas has familial roots in Greece and Jamaica. Much of her music has to do with personhood; what made a person who they are and how they have changed and are changing now, stories of origin and growth. That, and specifically how human relationships affect and change a person.
The Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) and the National Junior College Athletic Association announced the 2019-20 NJCAA and MCCAA Academic Award winners this week.
Five of Schoolcraft’s nine sports teams have been recognized by the NJCAA and MCCAA for All-Academic Team honors. To earn team honors, a team must have a cumulative GPA for all athletes of 3.0 or higher.
It may seem cliché that many young culinarians share the same humble beginning of a position in food services that ultimately leads to falling in love with the field and the decision to attend culinary school. However, this commonality is the proof in the pudding that one must try before discovering a life-changing passion. Twenty-nine-year-old alumnus, Ferris Anthony, is living proof of this notion and that starting off at an entry-level position has the potential to take one farther than they ever thought possible.