Midnight Madness

Last-minute cramming for finals By Christian Hollis and Alexis Tucker Managing Editor and Arts and Entertainment Editor The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) is holding its annual study sessions for students to crunch before finals. The event is called Exam-A-Rama and sessions will be held for math, chemistry, physics and accounting classes, hosted by tutors from…

Blessings of care

St. Joe’s Urgent Care blessed in official opening ceremony By Alexandra Lachine Editor-In-Chief Dr. Vettrano, Medical Director of St. Joe’s Urgent Care leads the ribbon cutting for the ceremonial opening of the St. Joe’s Urgent Care on Nov. 30. The founder’s vision of the facility is administrative leadership assumed by practicing physicians. In early September,…

Campus crime

Compiled by Alexandra Lachine Editor-in-Chief   In case of emergency, contact the campus police authority at 734-462-4424.  Assault, battery in Liberal Arts  Around 10 a.m. Nov. 8, an officer was sent to Liberal Arts for an assault and battery report. Upon speaking with the victim, student A, the officer learned that student A was presenting a mock trial.…

What is the Headlee Amendment?

Understanding how Headlee affects local taxes By Harshang Patel Staff Writer Schoolcraft College is a community college, meaning that the majority of its revenue is generated from local property taxes. Under financial strain in 1986, the college consulted local voters and was granted 2.27 mills in revenue. But the very next year, the college received…

Bound for Nationals

Men’s, women’s soccer teams advance to nationals after wins in regional and districts By Christian Hollis Managing Editor Every team dreams about winning a national championship but few actually achieve it. Starting the week of Nov. 13, both Schoolcraft soccer teams have a chance at making that dream come true. Both teams have earned a…

Un-news-ual News

Things that make you go, “Huh.” Compiled by Lauren Engelhardt Staff Writer Bombs away In the German town of Bretton, an 81-year-old man found what appeared to be an unexploded bomb from World War II in his backyard. The man contacted officers as soon as he found the object and Karlsruhe police responded immediately. When…

Know before you vote

Livonia City Council 2017 Election candidate profiles  By Adam Nowak  Staff Writer  The city of Livonia is preparing to elect its 2017 City Council. The City Council is comprised of seven members, one being City Council President and another being the City Council Vice President. The president and vice president seats are available this election as…