Every unit counts

Blood drive returns Jan. 28 during supply crisis by Emma Reeves | Staff Writer January is National Blood Donor month and Southeast Michigan blood banks are in desperate need of donors. Currently, one of the largest banks in the Midwest, Versiti Blood Center, is operating at a half-day supply level. Should there be more accidents […]

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Education commendation

Professor Nancy Anter wins Educator of the Year award by Ben Bolstrum | Staff Writer  Photo by Jihad Muhammad | Photo Editor Professors can inspire students to try their best in the classroom. The National Organization for Student Success (NOSS) mission is this and has awarded Schoolcraft Professor Nancy Anter with the 2019 Educator of […]

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Leading lady ocelots

National conference offers female students opportunity to enhance leadership skills by Madison Ling | Campus Life Editor Photo courtesy of tutorialspoint.com Are you a woman serious about creating a meaningful impact on campus, mobilizing your community and want to prepare yourself for personal and professional success after graduation? Consider attending the National Conference for College […]

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Braising the bar

Culinary Alumnus passing flavorful knowledge to aspiring culinarians by Madison Ling | Campus Life Editor Photo courtesy of Kevin Brennan | Certified Executive Chef As many seasoned chefs know, ‘braising,’ is a term used to describe the process of searing at a high temperature before following with a slower and lower heat to enhance flavor […]

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Forgiveness in a can

Bradner Library hosts annual food drive by Madison Ling | Campus Life Editor Photo courtesy of waitingroombar.com During this season of giving and holiday spirit, consider joining the Bradner Library in its fight against hunger by participating in the annual “Food for Fines” drive taking place now until Jan. 31. All collected donations should go […]

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The power of effective communications within any professional arena

By Ethan Calado | Connection Correspondent On December 16, Schoolcraft College Police Chief Steve Kaufman, visited our Fundamentals of Speech class as a guest speaker. He informed us about how communication effectiveness is required within any professional arena. The Chief shared inspirational and honest advice about how to succeed with excellent communication skills, specifically, for […]

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Serving with spirit and skill

Serving with spirit and skill By Madison Ling | Campus Life Editor Photo courtesy of trzarcak.com From fixing a feast in his family kitchen to serving with and for his fellow soldiers, alumnus and Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy, Derrick Davenport, set sail for success and in turn, has extended his horizons beyond […]

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Get connected, stay connected

Schoolcraft Connection offers forum of open expression to all By Chantele Fox & Christian Hollis | Editor-in-Chief & Managing Editor Photo by Matthew Fular, Phi Theta Kappa Omicron Iota President “Stay Connected”, the hashtag used across all social media platforms, in-print and online publications by the Schoolcraft Connection whose mission is to provide current and factual […]

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Honoring the best

PTK celebrates achievement with “member of the month” program by Ben Bolstrum | Staff Writer From November until April, Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society is celebrating the achievements of their members through their “Member of the Month” program. Winners will be given a $150 gift card to EyeGlass World, a certificate of the accomplishment […]

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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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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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