Schoolcraft Connection

Fandom in the FanDome
Fandom in the FanDome
Kevin O'Neil, A&E Editor • September 11, 2020
A few weeks ago, DC Entertainment hosted “FanDome,” a virtual convention that offered a bunch of exciting announcements. Its’ news ranged from films, television shows, video games and more. Here’s a few of those announcements.
Cider in one hand, purell in the other
Cider in one hand, purell in the other
Kevin O'Neil, A&E Editor • September 11, 2020
With just under four months left of 2020, Michigan seasonal festivities - regardless of how they’ll be shaped by the pandemic - are looming closer than ever, and the opening of cider mills is what heralds them all.
Best practices
Best practices
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • June 24, 2020
Nationally recognized leader in police-community relations, Dr. Lorenzo Boyd, presenting on policing best practices.
Pajama party
Pajama party
Ben Bolstrum, Campus Life Editor • June 17, 2020

Having trouble managing your schedule? Consider attending the upcoming Pajama Time Management Strategies Webinar on...

The Schoolcraft College Bookstore is offering curbside pickup for students orders.
Revving up for fall
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • September 4, 2020
We are one week deep into the fall semester and if you find yourself procrastinating on getting all your required class items, then you’re in luck. 
Working with the best
Working with the best
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • August 22, 2020
A student newspaper is only as good as its staff and advisers. The Connection is no exception.
Help thy neighbors
Help thy neighbors
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • August 20, 2020
Lighthouse Home Mission seeks volunteers for upcoming yard sale event.
Schoolcraft collaborates with Michigan United to host panel discussion
Schoolcraft collaborates with Michigan United to host panel discussion
Ben Bolstrum, Campus Life Editor • August 14, 2020
Virtual symposium addresses racism as a public health crisis.
Coping with COVID-19
Coping with COVID-19
Ben Bolstrum, News editor • September 22, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has left many Americans questioning what comes next. It has left some jobless, others are left unable to attend school, and most have been stuck at home at some point. Having to adjust to these challenges may appear to be an insurmountable feat for some, and data chronicled during this period has provided insight into how well college students in America are coping with the new standards the pandemic has left in its wake.
The Schoolcraft Fitness Center is open for business with restrictions.
Open for business
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • September 22, 2020
When Michigan shut down back in March due to the pandemic, no one could anticipate how long we would be quarantined for. Fast forward five months later, while we aren’t out of the woods yet, we are seeing some normalcy return in Michigan as gyms reopen. This includes our Fitness Center, a campus staple.
Graphic courtesy dodea.edu
Eleven score and three years ago
Clarisa Russenberger, Club Correspondent • September 16, 2020
Americans are well-known for celebrating many patriotic holidays such as the Fourth of July, Memorial Day and Veterans Day. Unfortunately, this celebratory practice does not seem to extend to Constitution Day.
Under the virtual big top
Under the virtual big top
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • September 9, 2020

It’s that time of the year again, classes are back in session, the first day fall is around the corner and Schoolcraft’s Student Activities...

JumpStart your fall
JumpStart your fall
Ben Bolstrum, Campus Life Editor • August 14, 2020
You could jumpstart your car, jumpstart your heart, or better yet jumpstart your fall with Learning Support Service’s “JumpStart!” webinars.
Life’s a beach
Life’s a beach
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • August 14, 2020
Looking for some extra help on your summer finals? Look no further than the “Finals Frenzy: Beach Party!”
Netflix shows worth watching
Netflix shows worth watching
Kevin O'Neil, A&E Editor • September 22, 2020
As the age of quarantine rages onward, many remain in their homes staring listlessly at their screens with unfocused eyes, wandering the cinematic catacombs of Netflix and other streaming services with no destination in sight. Take a gander at the fresh remedy below: a simple list of noteworthy shows, films, and other watchables that are soon to be released on Netflix.
Fandom in the FanDome
Fandom in the FanDome
Kevin O'Neil, A&E Editor • September 11, 2020
A few weeks ago, DC Entertainment hosted “FanDome,” a virtual convention that offered a bunch of exciting announcements. Its’ news ranged from films, television shows, video games and more. Here’s a few of those announcements.
Cider in one hand, purell in the other
Cider in one hand, purell in the other
Kevin O'Neil, A&E Editor • September 11, 2020
With just under four months left of 2020, Michigan seasonal festivities - regardless of how they’ll be shaped by the pandemic - are looming closer than ever, and the opening of cider mills is what heralds them all.
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.
Student-athletes recognized
Student-athletes recognized
Matthew Fular, Editor-in-Chief • July 17, 2020
Over sixty Ocelots honored for 2019-2020 academic achievements.
Putting the “community” in colleges
Putting the “community” in colleges
Kevin O'Neil, Armando Saucedo, Madison Ling, Matthew Fular, and Ben Bolstrum September 20, 2020
Since the pandemic hit, Schoolcraft as well as pretty much every other university has been online. If you are a new student entering a university this fall and you find yourself having to take online classes where you are not getting the full college experience for a full college price, consider enrolling in Schoolcraft. Really, the best time to switch over is now.
Welcome Dr. Cerny
Welcome Dr. Cerny
Armando Saucedo, Ben Bolstrum, Kevin O'Neil, Madison Ling, and Matthew Fular August 11, 2020
This month, the Connection witnessed the start of a new era at Schoolcraft College as Dr. Glenn Cerny officially took the office of President and began a new chapter in the institution’s history.
Au revoir, Dr. Conway A. Jeffress
Au revoir, Dr. Conway A. Jeffress
Armando Saucedo, Ben Bolstrum, Kevin O'Neil, Madison Ling, and Matthew Fular July 23, 2020
Dr. Conway A. Jeffress is soon leaving Schoolcraft’s presidential office and ending his professional career for a new chapter of life: retirement.
The Student News Site of Schoolcraft College
The Student News Site of Schoolcraft College