More unrest in Europe

Gunman opens fire in Denmark By Joe Zylka News Editor Valentine’s Day is celebrated worldwide every year, and it usually brings a time of love, affection and big business for hotels. However, in Copenhagen, Denmark, the feeling around 2015’s Valentine’s Day was anything but love and affection. Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein was just 22-years-old when […]

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Expanding the focus

The International Institute Focus Series features Southeast Asia By Casey Samyn Campus Life Editor The International Institute has been putting on the Focus Series since January of 2004. Each Focus Series consists of films, presentations and displays where students can learn about different cultures in a unique way. The Focus Series began with the Middle […]

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What matters

Basket party assists with reaching the Coins to Change fundraising goal By Casey Samyn Campus Life Editor Imagine growing up orphaned, without a safe place to sleep at night and any form of schooling an impossible dream. In rural Uganda, this is often the type of lifestyle many children are forced to live. The Nyaka […]

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McDowell makeover

Construction allows a more efficient facility for students and staff BY ELAINE GEROU AND JOE ZYLKA MANAGING EDITOR AND NEWS EDITOR Since the McDowell Center opened in 1995, it has been a hub for students and administration, helping with career choices, academic planning and the finances of college. However, the opening of the Jeffress Center […]

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Bittersweet move

Plymouth Whalers franchise sold; moving to Flint By Nick Misiak Sports Editor After 25 years of providing major junior hockey in the Metro Detroit area, the Plymouth Whalers are moving north to Flint. Whalers Governor Mike Vellucci announced Wednesday morning that owner Peter Karmanos Jr. has sold the Ontario Hockey League franchise to Rolf Nilsen, […]

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Hungry for a win

Basketball teams prepare for second annual Hunger Games By Nick Misiak Sports Editor The Schoolcraft College Mens and Womens Basketball teams are participating in the second annual Michigan Community College Athletic Association Hunger Games on Wednesday, Jan. 14, when the Ocelots will host the Oakland Community College Raiders. The MCCAA Hunger Games aid food banks […]

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Ruthless Cooking

Bravo’s reality cooking show features culinary alumni By Elizabeth Casella and Elizabeth Chapa Intern and Arts and Entertainment Editor A new spin off show of “Top Chef” called “Top Chef Duels” has come to an end, and many critics consider the introduction to the twelfth season a success. “Top Chef Duels,” which premiered Aug. 6 on Bravo, […]

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Fall is here…

Local cider mills are worth the trip this season By Casey Samyn, Elaine Gerou and Elizabeth Chapa Campus Life Editor, Managing Editor and Arts & Entertainment Editor It is that time of year again, and cider mills are up and running for the fall season. As the weather gets cooler and with Halloween right around the corner, it […]

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