Disease in darkness

The battles fought against an invisible disease By Alexandra Lachine Editor-in-Chief Endometriosis is medically defined as a condition in which tissue similar to the uterine lining grows elsewhere throughout the body. The disease is often claimed by painful, life-altering symptoms that tend to be brushed off with comments like, “you’re just having a bad cycle”…

Favorite fall frivolity

Fun fall activities to look forward to as the weather grows cooler Compiled By The Connection Editor Staff To our readers, we would like to extend autumn greetings. Below, the editorial staff have shared our favorite pastimes that are exclusive to this colorful and embracing season. From all of us at The Connection, we wish you…

The Schoolcraft Connection’s mission in bringing you news

By The Editorial Staff To the Schoolcraft College Community and all readers, we thank you for delving into our award-winning newspaper, The Schoolcraft Connection. In a time where media is plagued by extreme bias, The Connection is wholeheartedly committed to publishing objective news and information. The Connection has made it our mission to represent various…

Grillin’ and chillin’

The best springtime outdoor food By the Schoolcraft Connection Editorial Staff What’s better than going to the park with friends on a warm, breezy spring day and having an outdoor picnic, or lounging on a deck and grilling up some food? Practically nothing. As spring rolls around, everyone can’t wait to get outside and have…

Embracing the season

Welcoming Spring and all it has to offer By The Schoolcraft Editorial Staff   Spring brings to life a sense of rebirth. The flowers and trees begin to blossom and the sun seems to finally be shinning again after a long cold winter. The days seem brighter and the weather is in fact getting warmer,…

Ways to stay motivated

Getting through the mid semester funk By The Schoolcraft Connection Editorial Staff Midway through the semester for many students can be great. They are in the flow of the semester and class schedule, work and school is starting to even out and things don’t seem so scary anymore. The other side to the middle of…

Not so lonely after all

Ways to have a fun V-Day when you’re single By Dylan Randolph, Elizabeth Casella, and Quinn Storm, Editor in Chief, Managing Editor, and News Editor Single on Valentine’s Day? Date yourself! If Ann Perkins of Parks and Recreation taught the world anything, it’s that dating yourself is nothing to be ashamed of. There are plenty…