More than a dream

A young man’s journey to the United States and learning seven languages by Clarisa Russenberger, Photo Editor Graphic by Clarisa Russenberger, Photo Editor “It was more than a dream, to go somewhere better for my life,” said Software Engineering student. “I never thought [immigrating] to the U.S. was possible for me.” Born in Kabul, Afghanistan, […]

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Get on that bike

Schoolcraft advances to Fall Frenzy finals by Christian Hollis, Managing Editor Photos by Clarisa Russenberger, Photo Editor After knocking out SUNY Canton University by just over 710 miles, Schoolcraft has made it to the finals of the 2019 Expresso Fall Frenzy. Over the past four weeks, Ocelot riders have gone against 32 universities and community […]

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Baking it to the top

Culinary alumnus chef Lena Sareini excelling in Detroit by Campus Life Editor, Madison Ling Since graduating from Schoolcraft’s culinary program in 2013, chef Lena Sareini, has cranked up the heat in the industry. The alumnus was given a Chef’s greatest honor in 2018 when named a semi-finalist for the James Beard “Rising Star” and the […]

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Spooky fun for everyone

by Ben Bolstrum, Staff Writer Image courtesy of pitchero.com This Thursday, Oct. 17, the Student Activities Board (SAB) is hosting “Spooky Cup Pong” in the Lower Waterman, VisTaTech Center from 4 to 6 p.m. This event, is open to students, staff and faculty. The rules are simple: Cups are arranged on a table, in a […]

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Dean’s List

Dean’s List 2019 In the Fall and Winter semesters students are recognized for high academic achievement by naming them to the Dean’s List. The minimum requirements for fall or winter semester are: • Full-time students with a semester grade-point average of 3.5 or higher. • Part-time students who, after completing a total of 12, 24, […]

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Welcome to College

Over 80 colleges scheduled to attend annual College Night by Chantele Fox, Editor-in-Chief A majority of Schoolcraft students often transfer to a four-year university and with the hundreds of college options, the transfer process is no easy task. Thankfully, there are community-based resources available to assist students throughout the process. On Oct. 1 from 6 […]

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Jump on down

Theatre Department to host open auditions for “Rabbit Hole” Sept. 10 and 11 by De’Ernest Johnson, Staff Writer The first theatre production of the 2019/20 school year will be “Rabbit Hole” by David Lindsay-Abaire, directed by Paul Beer. Audition will take place Sept. 10 and 11 and 7 p.m. in room LA (Liberal Arts) 500. […]

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Helping families in need

Zaman International lending aid to Michiganders and those abroad By Cody Yarbrough, Staff writer In 1996 in Dearborn, Michigan, a nurse named Najah Bazzy founded an organization called Zaman International. She did so after helping an Iraqi immigrant family living in devastating poverty by furnishing their home and helping them care for their terminally ill […]

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Pomp and Circumstance

Grad Fair scheduled for April 16 and 17 by Josiah Thomas, Campus Life Editor In order to help prepare students for graduation, Schoolcraft will be hosting its annual Grad Fair to help cover all the bases to get students ready to cross the stage. This year the Grad Fair will be held April 16 and […]

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