Welcome Back Ocelots

To those of you returning to campus, welcome back to another promising year at Schoolcraft and for those who are beginning their first semester, welcome to college. With the start of a new school year comes many new faces, not just to campus but to the Schoolcraft Connection as well. This year we are welcoming […]

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Leading the way

Student leaders attend SAO leadership retreat by Chantele Fox, Editor-in-Chief On Aug. 9 and 10, student leaders from various campus clubs attended the 2019 Student Activities Office (SAO) Leadership Retreat in preparation for the upcoming school year. During this retreat, these leaders were presented with a series of activities and professional development exercises designed to […]

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Regional excellence

State-of-the-art complex attracts talent nationwide by Josiah Thomas, News Editor Schoolcraft College and its Public Safety Training Complex have made our public servants proud. Graduates and trainees, from local and state police and their SWAT teams to private security for companies such as Ford and General Motors to agents from across the United States, are […]

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Jump on down

Theatre Department to host open auditions for “Rabbit Hole” Sept. 10 and 11 by De’Ernest Johnson, Staff Writer The first theatre production of the 2019/20 school year will be “Rabbit Hole” by David Lindsay-Abaire, directed by Paul Beer. Audition will take place Sept. 10 and 11 and 7 p.m. in room LA (Liberal Arts) 500. […]

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Take a peek

Electron Microscopy class offers a look inside the building blocks of life  By Josiah Thomas  News Editor College electives, often treated as something to get done and move on with, have more to offer than just a transfer credit. One such class offered this fall is BIOL 140, Scanning Electron Microscopy. This class is the […]

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For your convenience

Same-day registration & no-reason absentee ballot laws remove hurdles for new voters by Josiah Thomas, News Editor There’s a movement afoot to make lifetime voters out of people registering for the first time and casting their ballots. Proposal 3, which allows same-day voter registration and does away with having voters give a rationale for the […]

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Phasing into a synergetic future

Schoolcraft announces collaboration of new medical facility on campus by Chantele Fox, News Editor In a press release March 28, it was announced that Schoolcraft College, in collaboration with Saint Joseph Mercy Health System and Integrated Healthcare Associates (IHA), would build a new medical center on Schoolcraft campus. The plan for development was approved by […]

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Anxiety is awesome

by Alex Zuccarini, Webmaster Anxiety… that terrifying, yet awesome word. For those with anxiety, terrifying might be the only word that comes to mind, which makes a lot of sense. For a while, it was a word that not only came to my mind, but ruled my life. It’s known as Generalized Anxiety Disorder which, […]

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Helping families in need

Zaman International lending aid to Michiganders and those abroad By Cody Yarbrough, Staff writer In 1996 in Dearborn, Michigan, a nurse named Najah Bazzy founded an organization called Zaman International. She did so after helping an Iraqi immigrant family living in devastating poverty by furnishing their home and helping them care for their terminally ill […]

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Pomp and Circumstance

Grad Fair scheduled for April 16 and 17 by Josiah Thomas, Campus Life Editor In order to help prepare students for graduation, Schoolcraft will be hosting its annual Grad Fair to help cover all the bases to get students ready to cross the stage. This year the Grad Fair will be held April 16 and […]

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