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Congresswoman Haley Stevens hosts Workforce/Apprenticeship Summit, April 8
Congresswoman Haley Stevens hosts Workforce/Apprenticeship Summit, April 8
Ben Bolstrum, Managing Editor • April 7, 2021

Finding the right job over the past year and beyond may have been a struggle, but the future challenge can still be alleviated....

Food for thought
Food for thought
Ben Bolstrum, Managing Editor • April 1, 2021

As we continue to navigate the pandemic, increasingly more people are being vaccinated every day. This comes as a great benefit...

Can
Can't stop, won't stop
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • April 12, 2021

It is said that a journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step. This past fall, Catreese Qualls took that single...

Defacing prejudice
Defacing prejudice
Madison Ling, Campus Life Editor • April 8, 2021

Mankind is imperfect; it’s in our nature to make mistakes that can be described as discriminatory, biased or even...

Dance like nobody
Dance like nobody's watching
Ben Bolstrum, Managing Editor • February 26, 2021

For seven years, Bollywood Bash has enhanced the Metro Detroit community by rehabilitating and raising...

Top of his class
Top of his class
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • February 23, 2021

The International Honor Society, Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), has recognized President Dr. Glenn Cerny with...

Trust in the community
Trust in the community
Ben Bolstrum, Managing Editor • February 10, 2021

Before the Jan. 27 Board of Trustees meeting, Joan A. Gebhardt, Brian Broderick and Terry Gilligan were...

Back to school
Back to school
Ben Bolstrum and Matthew Fular February 2, 2021

In a press conference held Feb. 2, Governor Whitmer unveiled a new scholarship program called Michigan...

Producing in a pandemic
Producing in a pandemic
Vae O’Neil, A & E Editor • April 20, 2021

Over the past year, COVID-19 has had its way with humanity; it’s maimed people, families, communities...

Congresswoman Haley Stevens hosts Workforce/Apprenticeship Summit, April 8
Congresswoman Haley Stevens hosts Workforce/Apprenticeship Summit, April 8
Ben Bolstrum, Managing Editor • April 7, 2021

Finding the right job over the past year and beyond may have been a struggle, but the future challenge...

Food for thought
Food for thought
Ben Bolstrum, Managing Editor • April 1, 2021

As we continue to navigate the pandemic, increasingly more people are being vaccinated every day. This...

Producing in a pandemic
Producing in a pandemic
Vae O’Neil, A & E Editor • April 20, 2021

Over the past year, COVID-19 has had its way with humanity; it’s maimed people, families, communities and, of course, businesses. Many independently...

Get social
Get social
Alex Hawthorne, Staff Writer • April 20, 2021

The college experience is built upon the ideals of scholarship, communication, service and self-discovery. Though in the midst of a global pandemic...

Can
Can't stop, won't stop
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • April 12, 2021

It is said that a journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step. This past fall, Catreese Qualls took that single step when she decided...

The gold standard for Battlefront games
The gold standard for Battlefront games
Matt Karbownik, Production Artist • April 20, 2021

8/10 Reviewed on PC For a long time, in a galaxy not so far away, Star Wars games that were developed and published under LucasArts Games...

Not quite as sketchy as was led on
Not quite as sketchy as was led on
Vae O’Neil, A&E Editor • March 30, 2021

10/10 Raised in New York City and Connecticut, Merril Garbus attended Smith College before working as a puppeteer in a Vermont theater. Living...

An undefeatable city
An undefeatable city
Vae O’Neil, A&E Editor • February 15, 2021

The contemporary identity of Detroit has been less of the old brand of a booming automotive industry and more of a new and vibrant culture that...

Leveling up
Leveling up
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • October 1, 2020
If you want competitive sports teams, you need to have something your opponents don’t. A competitive edge is a blend of elite coaches, top-of-the-line facilities and most importantly, the players your teams recruit.
Diggin’ into a new role
Diggin’ into a new role
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • August 14, 2020
Jaison “Faisa” George takes over as the new head coach of the women’s volleyball program.
Become an Ocelot
Become an Ocelot
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • August 13, 2020
Calling all athletes: if you’re interested in participating in college sports your time to shine may be on the way.
(Editorial) One year later
(Editorial) One year later
Ben Bolstrum and Matthew Fular April 7, 2021

A lot can happen in a year; even when that year is mostly spent at home. It’s 365 days, or 8,760 hours, or 525,600 minutes or 31,536,000...

Column: Mr. Beast and YouTube Philanthropist
Column: Mr. Beast and YouTube Philanthropist
Matt Karbownik, Production Artist • March 30, 2021

Over the many years that YouTube has existed, there have been many different creators on the online platform that have changed the perception...

Column: Run, Hide, Fight
Column: Run, Hide, Fight
Stephen Newberry March 24, 2021

As we come back to campus, it is important to remember to be safe and that outside threats to the school still do exist. One of these threats...

Bollywood Bash 2021
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • April 7, 2021

On Feb. 28, the Schoolcraft Media Department and members from the Connection filmed the production for the 7th Annual Bollywood Bash 2021. The...

The Marcus Garvey African Drum and Dance Ensemble
March 24, 2021

The Schoolcraft Connection presents this performance in collaboration with the Schoolcraft College International Institute and Student...

Women's History Month
March 23, 2021

Produced by Schoolcraft College's Video Production Club back in March to celebrate Women's History Month.

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