Master Help

by Christian Hollis Editor-in-Chief Twenty culinary students that assisted with the production of the Certified Master Chef (CMC) exam were awarded American Culinary Federation branded knives April 17 in the Kehrl Auditorium. Each respected assistant had their name engraved into their knife. “I worked in the back with Chef Chris,” said one culinary student, Scott […]

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STUDENT ART SHOW

By Melissa Green, Photo Editor The 2018 Student Art Show had more than 30 pieces submitted from the many art classes, including watercolor, painting, basic design and drawing and figure drawing. Anyone from beginners to those with a little more skill could enter the Art Show. Schoolcraft College prides itself in the creativity of its […]

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Learning Assistance Center receives national recognition

Campus recognized for strong academic support system By Adam Nowak, News Editor Schoolcraft is one of four community colleges in the United States to receive National Association for Developmental Education (NADE) accreditation.   To get the certification, the college was required to get College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) certification, which took two years to gather […]

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Breaking the ice

Business Club presents networking and small talk presentation  By Anthony Plescia, Staff Writer Schoolcraft’s Business Club will be hosting a presentation on networking and small talk for job seekers April 10. The presentation will be held in Conference Room C of the lower Waterman, VisTaTech Center from 1 to 2 p.m., free and open to the […]

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New clubs on the block

Four new student groups grace Schoolcraft with ambitious goals By Christian Hollis and Alexis Tucker Editor-In-Chief and Managing Editor Farm to Table  The Sustainability club meetings are every Thursday from 4 to 5 p.m. in Conference Room C. The ultimate goal of the Sustainability Club is to grow and maintain a garden on campus. With this proposed […]

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Fake drinks, real fun

SAB raises awareness for alcoholism with Mocktail party By Alexis Tucker, Managing Editor In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, the Student Activities Board is holding a mocktail event along with the Ultimate Blowout show by CEP Inc. “The Mocktail Party…is to raise awareness for alcoholism…drunk-driving and educate students on safe habits,” said Public Relations Officer […]

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NOT ANYMORE

Campus program SC aware provides students a voice By Christian Hollis And Alexis Tucker Editor-In-Chief And Managing Editor Sexual assault and harassment has been a hot topic in American culture. The high profiled case of Larry Nassar, a convicted serial child molester, has made international news. Nassar was formerly an osteopathic physician at Michigan State […]

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Mingle at the Mixer

Event aims to bring students together By Christian Hollis and Alexis Tucker  Editor-in-Chief and Managing Editor  Almost every holiday is met with its own event put on by the Student Activities Board (SAB). This year marks the first year for the Valentine’s Mixer a rebranding of past Valentine’s events. For those that went to previous social events, such as the […]

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A story of familial relationships

Schoolcraft Theatre department set to perform “Eleemosynary”   By Isabel Miazga, Staff Writer  Eleemosynary means love, generosity or depending on charity. The 1985 play titled “Eleemosynary” was created by Lee Blessing, and he pulls from that meaning to show the dependency people have on family and the difference these relationships can make. “Eleemosynary” tells the story of how a woman named […]

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Ten minutes for four years

Meet the Recruiters event to assist students with transfer questions  By Christian Hollis and Alexis Tucker, Editor-in-Chief and Managing Editor  Phi Theta Kappa is hosting an event titled Meet the Recruiters for undecided students or those that do that are wishing to transfer to a four-year university after completing Schoolcraft. Students may begin to meet the recruiters on Jan. 31 […]

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Dreams do come true

Career Services Coordinator receives opportunity of a lifetime to attend Super Bowl LII  By Adam Nowak, News Editor  Super Bowl LII is quickly approaching, and with that, comes giveaways for lucky fans to get the chance to go to the game. This year, the big game will be taking place at U.S Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Feb. 4, 2018.   At the last […]

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Mastering charcuterie

Executive Chef Polcyn to attend charcuterie master class in Italy By Alexandra Lachine Arts and Entertainment Editor Crotone is a gorgeous town along Italy’s eastern Mediterranean coast. This March, Crotone will host a class for only the most dedicated, qualified charcuterie practitioners in all the world, a mere dozen experts to be exact. Schoolcraft’s very […]

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