Round 3: Peter vs Peter

By Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief The case for “Spider-Man: Homecoming” There are two meanings behind the name “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” After two failed universes, Sony finally partnered with Marvel Studios to bring Spider-Man home, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Tom Holland is the best Spider-Man yet. He really makes the audience believe he is just a 15-year-old […]

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Round 2: Thunderstruck

By Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief The case for “Thor” Chris Hemsworth as Thor was a great pick for Marvel Studios. His ironic humor and backstory is something unique to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Thor’s inner-conflict to prove himself worthy of the throne was the best possible way to introduce the character. Thor’s relationship with Loki is also […]

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Round 2: Metal Men

Iron Man 2 vs Black Panther By Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief The case for “Iron Man 2” There is much to like about Iron Man 2, and it is nice seeing Tony Stark develop. There are hints of him beginning the path toward Iron Man 3 where he just wants to be Iron Man rather than […]

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STUDENT ART SHOW

By Melissa Green, Photo Editor The 2018 Student Art Show had more than 30 pieces submitted from the many art classes, including watercolor, painting, basic design and drawing and figure drawing. Anyone from beginners to those with a little more skill could enter the Art Show. Schoolcraft College prides itself in the creativity of its […]

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Round 2: Break the chain

By Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief The case for “Thor: Ragnarok” “Thor: Ragnarok” is a huge turning point for the Thor series. Ragnarok has it all; the visuals, amazing CGI, comedy, more homage to the origins of Norse mythology and the story overall just feels the best it’s ever been. Thor’s “upgrade” is the perfect addition leading […]

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Summer augury

What’s in store for your sign this summer? By Alexandra Lachine, Arts and Entertainment Editor Taurus (April 21-May 20): Uranus is in your early summer sky, making it difficult to recover a relationship you feel you have lost. Your emotions may seem doubtful for now, but rejoice in knowing that by the end of the […]

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Player of the Year

Sophomore Kelser honored for hard work and consistency By Casey Spencer, Sports Editor Kelser puts up the three… and knocks it down! Kelser drives the lane… and finishes! These phrases acted out all year by men’s basketball sophomore guard Walt Kelser. “We moved Walt to the point guard position, and from there, his game really took […]

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Big summer blockbusters

Flicks to look forward to over summer Compiled by Alexis Tucker, Managing Editor *N/A = no rating available  Date  Movie  Genre  Rating  April 20      April 27    Rampage  Super Troopers 2  I Feel Pretty  Avengers: Infinity War  Traffik  Sci-fi/Video Game  Crime/Comedy  Comedy  Action/Sci-fi  Thriller  PG-13  R  PG-13  PG-13  N/A  May 4  May 11  […]

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ENOUGH OF THIS

People insulting Parkland survivors are losing political footing By Christian Hollis, Editor-In-Chief Following the horrific shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School, survivors have taken upon themselves to demand change. They have inspired millions, including myself, across the country and hosted a national walkout March 14 and a national March for Our Lives March 24. Though […]

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Schoolcraft Foundation creates fund to help students with financial difficulties

By Christian Hollis and Adam Nowak Editor-In-Chief And News Editor Many times college students are met with circumstances that require them to pay for something unexpected, and it can change whether or not they can continue their education. The Schoolcraft Foundation has started the Student Emergency Needs Fund for students to access when these circumstances […]

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Tragic teen romance at night

“Midnight Sun” geared toward young audience with cheesy clichés  By Alexandra Lachine, Arts and Entertainment Editor   2/5 stars  If Bella Thorne and Patrick Schwarzenegger are two things in director Scott Speer’s “Midnight Sun,” they are attractive and comically awkward.   From the first few scenes, the film feels far more akin to a parody of a summer romance […]

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Learning Assistance Center receives national recognition

Campus recognized for strong academic support system By Adam Nowak, News Editor Schoolcraft is one of four community colleges in the United States to receive National Association for Developmental Education (NADE) accreditation.   To get the certification, the college was required to get College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) certification, which took two years to gather […]

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In the spotlight

Your arts and entertainment tidbits   By Alexandra Lachine, Arts and Entertainment Editor  55 long nights  According to Watchers on the Wall, a community for news on HBO’s popular drama “Game of Thrones,” the show’s eighth and final season will feature a battle the likes of which TV has never seen before. Cast and crew have […]

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