America’s first industrial revolution began in 1790, with technology so primitive it makes you wonder how we have gotten to the point where we can walk around with a device that has computing capabilities that have far surpassing the first computers ever made. Now in the midst of a pandemic and the era dubbed the “Information Age,” America may once again see a revolution with a focus on digital connections.
In a world facing social, biological and economic threats, humanity still finds the capacity to make their own beauty, where they see little to none, through their art. One such artist is Juke Ross, a singer-songwriter with a voice the color of the dusk’s amber hue and a knack for birthing bittersweet ballads.
by Josiah Thomas | News Editor Photo courtesy of Schoolcraft College This year’s National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Great Lakes East District Champions title is now the property of the Schoolcraft College Men’s Basketball team. After holding off a feisty seventh seeded Delta College team to win the title March 7, 71-66, the Ocelots […]
If you missed Dr. Boyd’s Presentation on Best Practices for Community Policing you can view the entire presentation at the zoom link below. https://zoom.us/rec/share/6P02AOHZ8WlIb7PDtVvVW_N-JdjiT6a8gSRI_vBfz03vhx1LwkLyYN207nLwzN-1 Password: 1d!19wuV ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Community policing presentation to take place June 25 by Matthew Fular | Editor-in-Chief Photo courtesy newhaven.edu In recent weeks, tensions between law enforcement and the communities they […]