The way movies were meant to be seen

Detroit’s historical Redford Theatre continues to entertain after nearly 90 years By Ken Narita, Arts & Entertainment Editor Detroit is a city with a deep history. Much of the theaters from its heydays can still be found within the city limits. Very few of those are still in the similar condition they were in when…

The Merriest of Holidays

Thanks to St. Joseph Mercy Hospital of Ann Arbor and Livingston for their generous contributions to Schoolcraft’s Food Pantry Michele Dimond, Writing Fellow & Guest Writer The Leadership Development Institute of St. Joe’s accomplished an unprecedented feat!  The philanthropic group met at Schoolcraft on December 15 and 16 for their annual membership consortium. These amazing…

Lighting up the holiday season

By Mikey Cebulski, Photo Editor For the 13th consecutive year, on Nov. 18, 2016, thousands of Metro Detroiters gathered in downtown Detroit’s Campus Martius Park to welcome in the holiday season and celebrate the city’s 60-foot tall tree lighting ceremony presented by the DTE Energy Foundation. This year temperatures were above average, making for an…

Giddy-up!

Maybury Riding Stable offers a variety of horseback riding options By Elizabeth Casella Staff Writer Nestled in the heart of urban metro Detroit just off of eight mile and Beck roads lays the land where one can experience something not very typical in urban life. Purple wild flowers grow around the entrance gate one might…

Spreading the MODness

MOD Pizza franchise comes to Michigan By Elizabeth Chapa Online Editor It all started with an idea. In 2008, a couple from Seattle wanted to create a unique food spot inspired by their love for pizza and simple pleasures, accompanied by their motivation to feed four hungry boys. With that came MOD Pizza. Their concept…

What matters

Basket party assists with reaching the Coins to Change fundraising goal By Casey Samyn Campus Life Editor Imagine growing up orphaned, without a safe place to sleep at night and any form of schooling an impossible dream. In rural Uganda, this is often the type of lifestyle many children are forced to live. The Nyaka…

Returning the Favor

Newly renovated Veteran’s Resource Center expands By Elizabeth Casella and Maren Giordano Intern and Staff Writer This year, the day devoted to honoring our veteran’s marked a day of giving back as well. On Nov. 11 Schoolcraft celebrated the opening of the newly renovated and expanded Veteran’s Resource Center (VRC) in the McDowell Center, Room 240.…