Sizzlin’ in the Spotlight

Certified Master Chef Exam returns to Schoolcraft College by Chantele Fox, News Editor Executive chefs and culinary arts instructors from all over the country made their way to Schoolcraft to complete the Certified Master Chef Exam which took place from March 1 until March 9, 2019. Previously in 2017, Schoolcraft College was chosen to host […]

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Let’s get it done

Governor Whitmer proposes deliverance of tuition-free option to students by Chantele Fox, News Editor Governor Gretchen Whitmer delivered her first State of the State address Feb. 12, during which she addressed, amongst other topics, the crises of crumbling infrastructure and deterioration of Michigan schools. The governor introduced her plan to improve post-secondary education calling it […]

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Ready for takeoff

College expands CEPD remote pilot program By Jacob Haffey, Staff Writer Get ready to take off. An increasing number of people are using small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) or drones. In response, Schoolcraft is offering new courses through the Continuing Education and Professional Development’s (CEPD) Remote Pilot program. These courses are designed to educate people […]

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Sliding into business

Schoolcraft alumna opens first Burgerim in Michigan by Raymond Falkiewicz, Staff Writer From the Renaissance Club to preparing meals for Arnold Schwarzenegger himself, Schoolcraft alumna Steve Sloney has done it all as an executive chef. However, he hungered for something more: business ownership. Burgerim opened up the perfect opportunity for him to use his expertise […]

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New face brings fresh perspective

Board of Trustees welcomes new member by Chantele Fox, News Editor The Schoolcraft College Board of Trustees is comprised of seven members elected into their positions by the Schoolcraft College District. These officials work collaboratively over a six-year term creating policies for Schoolcraft College. On Jan. 23 at 7 p.m., Dillon Breen was sworn in […]

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Who let the dogs out

Schoolcraft alumna pampers pets with small business by Raymond Falkiewicz, Staff Writer In the fall of 2017, Courtney Novack, owner and founder of Forever a Puppy Pet Services, began working for her father’s house cleaning business, which was co-owned by her stepmother. While working alongside her family, she recognized a greater level of excitement while […]

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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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