Ocelots achieve

Exam-a-Rama returns to help prep students for finals By Chantele Fox | Editor-in-Chief Photo by Clarisa Russenberger | Photo Editor One of the toughest tasks during a students’ college experience is finals week and preparing for them isn’t any less difficult; but luckily, there’s a solution. Exam-a-Rama is returning to the Learning Center, offering assistance […]

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Indie games vs. AAA games

Production Assistant Matthew.Armstrong1@apps.schoolcraft.edu If you are someone who enjoys video games whether it be casual or hardcore, you probably know some games by name alone such as “Halo”, “Call of Duty” or “Overwatch”. Now how about some other games such as “Enter the Gungeon”, “Hollow Knight” and Into the Breach? These games may not be […]

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Seasons of gratitude

News Editor josiah.thomas@apps.schoolcraft.edu Having worked retail for nearly five years, all of which involved working during holidays, I know how difficult and downright crazy retail gets because I’ve been in the trenches myself. Never mind the huge crowds that can literally span the length of a football field; the real struggle of retail is trying […]

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News Briefs

Compiled by Josiah Thomas | News Editor LOCAL Zoomer entrepreneurs open shop in Twelve Oaks Mall Young businessmen Cody Wallace (21) and Noah Cannon (20) have opened up a new tea shop in the former Teavana store at Twelve Oaks Mall on 27500 Novi Road The new shop is called “Taste of Tea,” which boasts […]

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Ally with vaccination

Campus Life Editor madisonling307@yahoo.com ‘Tis the season for snow again and with cold weather comes close quarters and an invisible fiend that everyone does their best to avoid: Influenza. Chills, fever and aches are only a few of the woes experienced once infected, but it’s only the beginning. What was once a master escape plan […]

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Talking Trash

Photo Editor clarissa.russenburger@apps.schoolcraft.edu Last year, I was fortunate enough to travel to the Philippines for a youth congress. While I was there, I volunteered cleaning polluted beaches and was astounded by what I saw. With garbage so deep it passed my calves, my entire perspective on the pollution crisis changed. I cleaned this beach with […]

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Consultant’s Corner, Vol. 33 Issue 5

A Message from the Learning Support Services It is difficult to minimize the benefits of collaborative learning. At Schoolcraft’s Learning Support Services, students are able to find various resources that are built on this foundation. In the Learning Center (LC) students will find a team of peers and volunteers who are dedicated to student empowerment. This […]

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Spreading Ocelot cheer

Schoolcraft hosts gift drive to benefit local children in need by Madison Ling | Campus Life Editor Image courtesy of tampabay.com During this season of giving and holiday magic, consider joining together with some fellow Ocelots to participate in the “Share Joy” program which collects presents to benefit the homeless children residing in the Wayne […]

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Posters for posterity

Annual sale returns to campus by Ben Bolstrum | Staff Writer Photos courtest of Schoolcraft College From Dec. 2 to 6, the Student Activities Office will be hosting a poster sale in the Lower Waterman of the VisTaTech Center from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 […]

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Paying it forward

Women’s Basketball begins 2019-20 season under new coach by Elyse Salmon | Staff Writer Photos by Clarisa Russenberger | Photo Editor It’s a new era for the Schoolcraft Women’s Basketball team. The Ocelots welcomed Shay Lewis, as the new head coach this past August. Lewis is no stranger to this area and the life around […]

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