Managing conflict in the workplace

Reality Ready speaker series to feature workshop on conflict management by Ben Bolstrum | Staff Writer Image courtesy of startrainingnetwork.com Everybody goes through conflict, especially in the workplace. How that conflict is solved is an entirely different story. Join English and Humanities professor, Helen Ditouras as she presents a workshop on “Managing Conflict in the […]

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The King of Smash

Terry Bogard brings the fury in “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” by Christian Hollis | Managing Editor 9/10 “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” has not slowed down the hype train since it’s reveal in spring 2018. Almost a year after the announcement of the fighter pass, SNK’s Terry Bogard from “Kingdom Fighters” and “Fatal Fury” join the […]

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A token of appreciation

by Clarisa Russenberger | Photo Editor Schoolcraft College hosted its annual Appreciation Dinner Nov. 7 in the VisTaTech Center DiPonio Room from 5 to 8 p.m. The College holds its Appreciation Dinner every year in an effort to show its generous donor’s gratitude for all of their support throughout the year. The evening started with […]

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Ocelot Opinions

What is your favorite fall time activity? Interviews & Photos by De’Ernest Johnson & Armando Saucedo | Staff Writer & Videographer Alexis Williams Major: Undecided “Going to the cider mill with my friends.” Ali Alamiri Major: Mechanical Engineering “Joy riding in my car and hay riding. Asia Catching/ Shania Snow Major: Culinary Arts/ Nursing “Going […]

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Beyond Hype

Supreme remains “supreme” in the market two decades later Marvin Poindexter, Staff Writer In a world fueled by creativity, inspiration, trends and overall longevity, fashion is an ever growing industry that has never and will never show signs of slowing down. The same can be implicated to a “category” under – or rather within – […]

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Lets Gogh!

Clarisa Russenburger Photo Editor Michelangelo, DaVinci, Donatello, Rodin, Warhol, move over! Students in Schoolcraft’s welding department are modernizing the art of sculpture. Sweeny, O’Neill, Grant, McClintock, Cook et al. may have been inspired by the sculptors of long ago, but they are now making their mark and finding their own expression. As every great artist […]

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Warm hands, warm hearts

Clothing drive underway on campus by Ben Bolstrum, Staff Writer Photo courtesy of riverchristian.org From now until Dec. 20th, Schoolcraft’s Business Club is hosting a warm clothing drive in the Lower Waterman Wing of the VisTaTech Center through the Student Activities Office. Anyone willing to donate clothes is urged to do so. All donations will go […]

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A total care package

Veteran’s Resource Center, at your service by Josiah Thomas, News Editor Photo by Clarisa Russenberger, Photo Editor Priority registration, academic advising, course selection and finding a clear way through Veteran’s Affairs (VA). These are a few of the many options afforded to student veterans here at Schoolcraft College through its Veteran’s Resource Center (VRC). The […]

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Full stomachs and full hearts

Easing insecurity one can at a time by Madison Ling, Campus Life Editor Photos by Clarisa Russenberger, Photo Editor Located in the Lower Waterman Wing on main campus and Room 256 of the Radcliff campus are the Schoolcraft Food Pantries. Created in 2011 and continuing to fill Schoolcraft students’ stomach one can at a time, […]

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A box of stars

“Djesse Vol.1” proves itself as a true masterpiece by Kevin O’Neil, Arts & Entertainment Editor Photo courtesy of broadway.com  Raised in North London, Jacob Collier was born from a family of music, with both his mother and grandfather being violinists and instructors at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Following in their footsteps, Collier […]

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News Briefs

compiled by Josiah Thomas, News Editor   LOCAL Restaurant inspections across Metro Detroit Last month, county health inspectors swept across the area. Their inspections include local restaurants, churches, schools, senior living facilities and other businesses using commercial kitchen to ensure they follow food safety regulations. Results were recently published in newspapers across the area. Many […]

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