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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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Helping hands

Learning Support Services hosts food drive to support campus food pantry by Madison Ling, Staff Writer The Learning Support Services is known for helping our student body with various areas of academia. Drop-in tutoring, peer editing, and workshops are only some of the resources the department provides. However, what many might not know is how […]

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Food for thought

Livonia and Radcliff campuses address food insecurity by Madison Ling, Staff Writer Nestled in the Student Activities Center of the Livonia campus, as well as Room 256 of the Radcliff campus respectively, is a valuable and often obscure resource called the Food Pantry. The food pantry is available Monday through Friday during regular business hours […]

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Skating for a cause

Charity hockey to benefit MSP Fallen Trooper Memorial Fund By Kyle Proffitt, Sports Editor It’s cops versus cats when the Schoolcraft College Club Hockey team hits the ice against the Michigan State Police Hockey team on Saturday, April 13th at USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. with a ceremonial puck drop […]

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Pay it forward

New legislation to raise the minimum wage and grant paid sick leave By Josiah Thomas, Campus Life Editor Illustration by Shaida Azzam Addendum: The Michigan Supreme Court did not issue an opinion on the minimum wage and sick leave laws, but they are still in effect. Whether these laws are constitutional is an open question […]

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Campus Club Events

by Josiah Thomas, Campus Life Editor Illustration by Shaida Azzam Divorce Solution Essentials – Money Matters in Divorce April 1 4 to 6 p.m. McDowell Center, Rm. 119 Money Matters in Divorce provides an opportunity to speak with a certified divorce financial analyst about the financial concerns relative to divorce All sessions are facilitated by […]

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On the Prowl

Compiled by Marvin Poindexter, Arts & Entertainment Editor Photo credit to reactpresents.com From Camelot to Kent State: Pop 1960-1975 Detroit Institute of Arts 5200 Woodward Ave. Detroit, MI Now till Aug. 25 Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday 9 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The Detroit Institute of Arts presents an exhibition which embraces a […]

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Not your average notebook

Note taking has modernized with Rocketbook 7/10 by Alexis Tucker, Editor-in-chief Looking for a better solution to your notetaking headaches? Look no further then this Kickstarter and Indiegogo funded product aimed at organizing all your notes in an eco-friendly manner. Rocketbook was an idea which originated co-founders Joe Lemay and Jake Epstein in 2015 and […]

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Fact-checking

April Fools’ Day is really fun to celebrate by being ridiculous and enjoying the (hopefully) new spring beginnings, especially when companies jump into the ring to get people excited about a fake product or announcement. However, April Fools’ Day highlights the main problem with the internet at times because false information can spread like a […]

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Strong voice for Livonia families

Schoolcraft student to run for Livonia City Council by Chantele Fox, News Editor First generation Albanian-American, servant leader, soldier, business owner: these are just a few attributes describing Rob Donovic, Schoolcraft College student and Livonia City Council candidate who will be on the ballot during primary elections in August 2019. Donovic’s parents immigrated to the […]

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