One stitch at a time

Alumnus recognized by Crain’s Detroit Business ‘20 in their Twenties’ by Madison Ling | Campus Life Editor Photos courtesy of York Project After it’s humble beginning in a family basement, the York Project has come into its own. The business, founded by 27-year-old Schoolcraft alumnus, Josh York, in 2012, quickly blossomed into something larger when […]

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Helping STARS shine bright

Lisa Taylor selected as 2020 Student Employee of the Year by Annelisa Ginger| Staff Writer Photos courtesy of Schoolcaft College  Student Employees are essential to the operations of many departments at the College. Four hundred student employees are actively assisting with these needs. Each year the Schoolcraft Career Services calls for nominations from campus supervisors […]

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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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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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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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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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Reaching out

Schoolcraft dual-enrolled student dedicates life to service BY CASEY SAMYN AND ELIZABETH CHAPA CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR AND ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR For millions of high school seniors, the last year of high school means pursuing the college of one’s choice, looking forward to graduation and planning for future careers. However, for Novi High School student, […]

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Dr. Do-it-all

Professor Jackson is a realistic wonderwoman By Elain Gerou Managing Editor To the average student, Dr. Lisa Jackson seems like an enthusiastic and passionate professor of psychology who always can be seen sporting a professional appearance of dresses and heels. Outside of the classroom, she is much more than that, working as a full-time researcher, […]

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