Revving up for religion

Philosophy professor to introduce new course in fall 2020 by Madison Ling | Campus Life Editor Photo courtesy of Schoolcraft College Culture and history abound! Ocelots, prepare to gear up for a new, invigorating philosophy course this fall. This course is entitled ‘Philosophy of Religion,’ and will be instructed by professor of philosophy, Dr. Mark […]

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Sell your skills

Culinarian extends expertise into growing businesses by Madison Ling | Campus Life Editor Photos courtesy of Ken Damphousse  Since his graduation from Schoolcraft’s Culinary Arts Program in 2008, former chef and current analyst, Ken Damphousse, has certainly made busywork of selling himself and his culinary skills to fill more than people’s famished stomachs. Similar to […]

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Schoolcraft announces cancellation of Spring commencement ceremony

by Clarisa Russenberger | Managing Editor  Photo courtesy of Schoolcaft College  Schoolcraft has joined the growing list of colleges and universities across the state and country announcing that all events, including the Spring Commencement Ceremony, are canceled through May 16 in an effort to control the spread of the Coronavirus. In a statement released by […]

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Culture and creativity

International Agenda to sponsor Art and Writing Contest By Elyse Salmon | Staff Writer The International Agenda at Schoolcraft is calling all students interested in submitting writing and art that grapple with global, cultural and international issues with a personal flair of creativity and originality. The deadline to submit is April 6 and all students […]

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Raise a glass

Schoolcraft faculty member wins Golden Jigger award by Ben Bolstrum | Staff Writer Photos courtesy of Annette May & beerones.com If someone were to ask Annette May about her job, she would tell them that there is much more to it than meets the eye. May is a faculty member in the Brewing & Distillation […]

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Born and bred

PBS looking for students to participate in documentary by Madison Ling | Campus Life Editor Photo courtesy of comicvine.gamespot.com Ocelots, prepare to see your name rolling in lights because PBS is now accepting applications for 3 students from ages 18 to 21 to feature in an upcoming world history documentary. Applications are currently open and […]

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Have some humble pie

Alumnus, Reva Constantine-Smith, reflects on her culinary journey by Madison Ling | Campus Life Editor Photo courtesy of freep.com & groupon.com Since her graduation in 2000, Reva Constantine-Smith has never forgotten her own slice of humble pie, beginning that would ultimately lead to her becoming an executive chef at Great Lakes Culinary Center in Southfield. […]

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Upholding honor in the office

Phi Theta Kappa searches for 2020-2021-chapter officers by Ben Bolstrum | Staff Writer  Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is now accepting applications for officer positions for the 2020- 2021 school year. There are currently 7 positions available which include chapter President and Vice President, as well as Secretary, VP of Scholarship, VP of Service, VP of […]

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Rising S.T.A.R.S.

Mentoring program helps first-generation college students by Josiah Thomas | News Editor Photo courtesy of Schoolcraft College First-year students, particularly those who are the first in their families to go to college, have been given a gift courtesy of Academic Success Coaches Dr. Carmen Wilson and professor Ali Pavlicek. This gift is the Scholars Taking […]

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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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