Brightness unfettered

U.S. Girls presents a spectacularly crafted collection of personal and cultural reflections by Kevin O’Neil | A&E Editor 9/10 Growing up in Illinois, the catholic-raised Meghan Remy formed her first punk band in her teenage years. After years of attending art college, she began making and performing music in the mid-2000s, wHeavy Lighgtith her first […]

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Spring forward

News Editor | josiah.thomas@apps.schoolcraft.edu “Lent,” literally meaning “spring” according to the Modern Catholic Dictionary, means a lot for those who take the 46-day trek. Any time of the year can be set aside to give something up for whatever reason. For example, No-Shave November or giving up video games to focus on homework, but Lent […]

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Dominating

High-value courses, environment and flexible options, give Schoolcraft edge over competitors online By Josiah Thomas | News Editor Graphic courtesy of Schoolcraft College We’re No. 1! No college comes close to the 10,092 online credit hours that Schoolcraft College produced last year. These numbers speak volumes of SC’s performance among 2-year colleges, the quality of […]

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Culture and creativity

International Agenda to sponsor Art and Writing Contest By Elyse Salmon | Staff Writer The International Agenda at Schoolcraft is calling all students interested in submitting writing and art that grapple with global, cultural and international issues with a personal flair of creativity and originality. The deadline to submit is April 6 and all students […]

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Raise a glass

Schoolcraft faculty member wins Golden Jigger award by Ben Bolstrum | Staff Writer Photos courtesy of Annette May & beerones.com If someone were to ask Annette May about her job, she would tell them that there is much more to it than meets the eye. May is a faculty member in the Brewing & Distillation […]

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Un-News-ual News

By RJ Hartsoe | Staff Writer Love, the Universal Language A German man recently discovered that his proposal was seen by the whole world. Steffen, a German farmer, proposed in his cornfield and it turns out, Google took notice. As it was discovered by curious internet users, the cornfield proposal was taken by Google satellites. […]

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News Briefs

Complied by Josiah Thomas | News Editor LOCAL Schoolcraft’s BSU makes it to local news stations WXYZ Detroit news station featured SC’s Black Student Union ‘70s-themed speakeasy event, Feb. 15. This event has already gathered a lot of attention on campus and around the community. It is designed as a tribute to the Black men […]

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Gamers Unite

Livonia eLounge offers hangout spot for gamers By Anthony Magewick & Josiah Thomas | Staff Writer & News Editor Photos courtesy of ReSpawn & Armando Saucedo | Videographer Members of the gaming community have begun gathering in Livonia at ReSpawn eLounge, a place unlike anything Metro Detroit has seen before. ReSpawn eLounge opened its doors […]

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The cost of convenience

News Editor josiah.thomas@apps.schoolcraft.edu When ease of access and innovations in technology come at the cost of moving or thinking for ourselves, the cost of convenience becomes more than what you see on a price tag. Let me be clear, first: I’m not against innovation or convenience as a concept, nor do I think that what […]

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Born and bred

PBS looking for students to participate in documentary by Madison Ling | Campus Life Editor Photo courtesy of comicvine.gamespot.com Ocelots, prepare to see your name rolling in lights because PBS is now accepting applications for 3 students from ages 18 to 21 to feature in an upcoming world history documentary. Applications are currently open and […]

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