A total care package

Veteran’s Resource Center, at your service by Josiah Thomas, News Editor Photo by Clarisa Russenberger, Photo Editor Priority registration, academic advising, course selection and finding a clear way through Veteran’s Affairs (VA). These are a few of the many options afforded to student veterans here at Schoolcraft College through its Veteran’s Resource Center (VRC). The […]

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News Briefs

compiled by Josiah Thomas, News Editor   LOCAL Restaurant inspections across Metro Detroit Last month, county health inspectors swept across the area. Their inspections include local restaurants, churches, schools, senior living facilities and other businesses using commercial kitchen to ensure they follow food safety regulations. Results were recently published in newspapers across the area. Many […]

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Un-News-ual News

Compiled by Josiah Thomas, News Editor   Google adds “Speed Trap” feature; Police respond In the last month, Google Maps added a feature for navigation that indicates where speed traps are located around an individual’s route. Speed traps are locations where police are most likely to pull over speeding drivers and police across the U.S. […]

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That time of the year again

Brace yourselves for the season to come by Josiah Thomas, News Editor Photo courtesy of Schoolcraft College The next step toward the future is right on our doorstep: Winter 2020 registration begins Oct. 26 at 9 a.m. for online registration. Students can also visit the Registration Center starting at 8 a.m. Oct. 28 if more […]

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A Culinary Champion

Culinary arts student earns silver medal at SkillsUSA National Championship by Josiah Thomas, News Editor Featured image courtesy of Margeret Fleming Schoolcraft’s outstanding reputation for its Culinary Arts department shines again with its latest success story, Amina Berberovic. Everything Berberovic learned from her experience at American Harvest, the student operated restaurant located inside the VisTaTech […]

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Revamped and ready

Virtual training system features cutting-edge training for law enforcement by Josiah Thomas, News Editor Image courtesy of Schoolcraft College Say hello to the new generation of law enforcement training. The Fire Arms Training Center (FTC) has just put in a new, highly-realistic and thorough training program for trainees like no other before it. Being one […]

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Un-News-Ual News

Compiled by Josiah Thomas, News Editor   Japanese university student a true ninja Eimi Haga, a university student from Japan, won top marks by writing an essay written in invisible ink. Eimi,19, followed the ninja technique of “aburidashi,” a writing technique that requires spending hours soaking and crushing soybeans to make the ink. Said ink […]

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The Ph.D of baking

Chef Heather Moore becomes Schoolcraft’s first master baker by Josiah Thomas, News Editor There are fewer than 200 master bakers in the U.S. and Schoolcraft has its first one: Chef Heather Moore. In April, Moore traveled to San Antonio to take the practical exam hosted by the Culinary Institute of America, which was her second attempt to […]

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Task Force helps student be the change they want to see

Steffanie Hills nominated to the Department of State’s Collegiate Student Advisory Task Force by Josiah Thomas, News Editor Photo courtesy of Stephanie Hills Going to school, working two jobs, raising families, struggling with emotional or economic hardships. These are a few of the many barriers and unique challenges faced by today’s student voters, one that the […]

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News Briefs

Week of Oct. 21, 2019 Compiled by Josiah Thomas, News Editor LOCAL State issues $500k grant to help Detroit church with distinguished civil rights history The now-vacant King Solomon Missionary Baptist Church may be getting a new lease on life from a $500k grant issued by the National Park Service to the Michigan State Historic […]

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Regional excellence

State-of-the-art complex attracts talent nationwide by Josiah Thomas, News Editor Schoolcraft College and its Public Safety Training Complex have made our public servants proud. Graduates and trainees, from local and state police and their SWAT teams to private security for companies such as Ford and General Motors to agents from across the United States, are […]

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Take a peek

Electron Microscopy class offers a look inside the building blocks of life  By Josiah Thomas  News Editor College electives, often treated as something to get done and move on with, have more to offer than just a transfer credit. One such class offered this fall is BIOL 140, Scanning Electron Microscopy. This class is the […]

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For your convenience

Same-day registration & no-reason absentee ballot laws remove hurdles for new voters by Josiah Thomas, News Editor There’s a movement afoot to make lifetime voters out of people registering for the first time and casting their ballots. Proposal 3, which allows same-day voter registration and does away with having voters give a rationale for the […]

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Phasing into a synergetic future

Schoolcraft announces collaboration of new medical facility on campus by Chantele Fox, News Editor In a press release March 28, it was announced that Schoolcraft College, in collaboration with Saint Joseph Mercy Health System and Integrated Healthcare Associates (IHA), would build a new medical center on Schoolcraft campus. The plan for development was approved by […]

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