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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Ushering the start of spring

Jazz Studies Program and Synthesizer Ensemble to perform April 1 by Josiah Thomas, Campus Life Editor It maybe April Fool’s Day on the calendar but the Jazz Studies Program and Synthesizer Ensemble aren’t fooling April 1. Join both of these musical ensembles for a night of talented musicians and vocalists. The eclectic repertoire programmed by […]

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Consultant’s Corner

Publication Date: 3/18/19 Dear Peer Consultants, Many faculty members and students on campus have informed me of the benefits of having my writing peer-reviewed in the Writing Support Studio. While I do agree that your services can be helpful, I fear shame for coming in for a consultation, even as a student who believes they […]

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College Visits

By Josiah Thomas, Campus Life Editor Advising with Eastern Michigan University Mar 18   9 a.m. to 4 p.m. McDowell Center, Room 105 Walsh College Visit March 18   Noon to 4 p.m. Applied Science Advising with Walsh College March 19 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. McDowell Center, Room 105 Lawrence Technological University Visit March […]

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Cynicism is killing us

by Ramon Razo, Managing Editor Photo courtesy of Otaku.com After 14 years, “Kingdom Hearts 3” is finally out. You can read my review on schoolcraftconnection.com It’s an OK game that is missing any sort of depth. Those who aren’t crazy about the game are usually met with the similar responses, one being that nothing can live […]

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World’s melting pot

18th annual Multicultural Fair returns to campus by Madison Ling, Staff Writer Americans pride themselves in the diversity of our country, but how much is really known about these different walks of life as well as the different components they’re comprised of? Language, clothing and religion are just a few examples of what makes up […]

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Breathing new life into blues rock

Reignwolf’s debut album “Hear Me Out” astounds 8/10 by Alexis Tucker, Editor-in-chief Reignwolf is a smaller indie/blues-rock band from Canada, and until now, they had only released singles such as “Are You Satisfied?,” “Lonely Sunday,” “In the Dark” and “Hardcore.” “Are You Satisfied?” is a good representation of what the band’s sound is, featuring deep, […]

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Sizzlin’ in the Spotlight

Certified Master Chef Exam returns to Schoolcraft College by Chantele Fox, News Editor Executive chefs and culinary arts instructors from all over the country made their way to Schoolcraft to complete the Certified Master Chef Exam which took place from March 1 until March 9, 2019. Previously in 2017, Schoolcraft College was chosen to host […]

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Royalty on demand

Theater student makes dreams come true through her business by Raymond Falkiewicz, Staff Writer Illustration by Tamara Turner Finding your calling in life can sometimes be difficult but for Schoolcraft student Emily Betz it came to her early in life. Betz found her calling in costume design at the young age of 13. She quickly […]

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On The Prowl

Compiled by Marvin Poindexter, Arts & Entertainment Editor Graphic by Tamara Turner Hamilton Fisher Theatre 3011 W Grand Blvd, Detroit, MI Now until April 21 Tuesday through Saturday shows at 8 p.m. Select Thursday matinees at 1 p.m. Admission/Fees: Tickets range from $80-185, with a select number of $485 premium seats available. The critically acclaimed […]

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Earn and learn

Apprenticeships and occupational programs provide valuable opportunities to students by Josiah Thomas, Campus Life Editor It’s not just you: it really is harder to get a job these days. Employers have increased their hiring requirements while too many in our generation struggle to keep up. According to Harvard Business School, “At the same time as […]

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Mar-Vell-ous

“Captain Marvel” surprises with yet another solid movie 8/10 by Alexis Tucker, Editor-in-chief There were many concerns going into see “Captain Marvel.” Among those include Brie Larson’s acting, how the plot fits into the overall universe and how it holds up against other superhero movies. Moviegoers should be happy to hear that “Captain Marvel” doesn’t […]

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