Yes! Yes! Yes!

Voters approve headlee override, generates more funds for Schoolcraft by Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief Voters approved the Schoolcraft ballot proposal 58 percent to 41 percent to restore the millage rate from 1.78 to 2.27 mils on November 6. Homeowners inside the district with a valued home at $200,000 will pay an additional $50 per year in […]

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Blessings in a Backpack

Phi Theta Kappa assists children in Livonia community By Chantele Fox, Staff Writer The Omicron Iota Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa has partnered with the Blessings in a Backpack Program and Livonia Public Schools in collecting non-perishable food items now until Nov. 15, focusing on the issue of childhood hunger and families who are experiencing […]

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Michigan’s Proposal 3

Ballot proposal to make more people eligible for absentee ballots by Chantele Fox, Staff Writer Michigan Proposal 3, Voting Policies in State Constitutional Initiative, will be on the ballot during the 2018 Midterm Elections on Nov. 6. This is an initiated constitutional amendment, which if passed by the voters, will add several voting policies to […]

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Schoolcraft on midterm ballot

  Proposal aims to restore millage rate, resolving $7 million deficit by Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief Schoolcraft College will appear on the ballot Nov. 6 to increase the mils rate from 1.76 to 2.27 in the Clarenceville , Garden City, Livonia, Northville and Plymouth-Canton school districts to resolve a $7 million structural deficit caused by several […]

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Fixing the lines

Proposal 2 of Michigan ballot plans to end gerrymandering by Alexis Tucker, Managing Editor “After the last election, a family got together at Thanksgiving and had a normal political fight,” said Sue Ahrenhold, Outreach Coordinator. “They agreed that voters felt unheard.” That family was Katie Fahey’s family. Katie Fahey is executive director of Voters Not […]

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Schoolcraft Foundation creates fund to help students with financial difficulties

By Christian Hollis and Adam Nowak Editor-In-Chief And News Editor Many times college students are met with circumstances that require them to pay for something unexpected, and it can change whether or not they can continue their education. The Schoolcraft Foundation has started the Student Emergency Needs Fund for students to access when these circumstances […]

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Un-news-ual News

Things that make you go, “Huh.” Compiled by Alexis Tucker and Lauren Engelhardt Managing Editor and Staff Writer DETROIT ZOO POO The first 1,000 visitors to the Detroit Zoo April 14, received a bucket with 5 pounds full of animal manure. The Detroit Zoo gave a presentation to show how they convert animal manure and […]

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RESTORING MILLAGE

Schoolcraft on midterm ballot to increase funds By Adam Nowak, News Editor The Schoolcraft College Board of Trustees passed a vote March 28 during a regular board meeting to bring the millage restoration to voters. The proposal would override the Headlee Amendment, a 1978 state amendment that limits the amount of revenue community colleges receive […]

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Young genius

Dual-enrolled student wins Pythagorean Prize By Christian Hollis, Editor-In-Chief Every year, the Pythagorean Prize competition recognizes the best mathematics students at the college, especially those who excel in challenging upper-level math courses. Schoolcraft student Ajay Arora finished first in the United States in the 2017-2018 Student Math League Contest, scoring 77.5 out of 80 points, […]

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#TransThriving

March 31 celebrates Trans Day of Visibility By Breanna Barton, Staff Writer Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) is a day to honor and celebrate the accomplishments of the transgender community from the past year. TDOV, slated for March 31, aims to bring attention to trans accomplishments worldwide, and the fight for transphobia and cissexism through spreading […]

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Taking the first step

Schoolcraft hosts seminar to end domestic violence By Christian Hollis, Editor-In-Chief The Hinkle Center invites faculty, staff, students and community members to attend a free presentation from First Step, a non-profit agency that provides services for victims of domestic and sexual violence, April 5 from 1 to 3 p.m. in Liberal Arts room 100 regarding […]

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Un-news-ual News

Things that make you go, “Huh.” By Lauren Engelhardt and Christian Hollis Staff Writer and Editor-In-Chief   Horsing Around Shuts Down Nightclub The Mokai Lounge in Miami beach was officially shut down by the city manager when he removed the club’s business license. The consequence came when an apparent employee of the club, wearing only a […]

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Enough

 Students across America walkout of class to protest gun violence By Christian Hollis, Editor-In-Chief March 14, a month after the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., students across America walked out of their classrooms from 10 to 10:17 a.m. to honor the 17 victims at Stoneman Douglas and to prevent another major […]

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Campus Crime

Compiled by Adam Nowak, News Editor That Smell As a Schoolcraft College police officer was leaving the Jeffress Center, a woman pointed toward a suspicious car parked in the lot near the Jeffress Center. The officer approached the vehicle and noticed a strong odor of burning marijuana. The officer knocked on the window, and a […]

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One less light

Celebrating the life of Roger Sutherland By Christian Hollis and Alexis Tucker Editor-In-Chief and Managing Editor Every time the words are heard, our hearts sink; minds fill with memories, and it is hard to accept that they have left us. A beloved member of Schoolcraft, Roger Sutherland, has left us. He passed in the early morning […]

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