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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Campus Crime

Compiled By Lauren Englehardt, Staff Writer Stolen Backpack  On the afternoon of Jan. 25, a student set their drawstring backpack down near the gaming area of the Student Activities Center. That student had just received the backpack from a U.S. Army stand at the Winter School Daze and placed their house and car keys inside […]

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State of the College

Financial status at Schoolcraft College in question By Christian Hollis, Editor-In-Chief Schoolcraft College invites students, faculty and staff to the State of the College on Feb. 22 from 4 to 5 p.m. in the Kehrl Auditorium VisTaTech Center. Dr. Jeffress, President of Schoolcraft College, will provide a general overview of the Headlee Override Initiative that the […]

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Un-news-ual News

Things that make you go, “Huh.”  By Lauren Engelhardt, Anthony Plescia And Adam Nowak Staff Writers And News Editor The Chicken’s Obituary  According to an article from The Huffington Post, a family from Bryan, Texas, who owned a chicken named Big Mama, wrote an obituary for her in The Eagle Newspaper. The chicken had a special […]

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NOT ANYMORE

Campus program SC aware provides students a voice By Christian Hollis And Alexis Tucker Editor-In-Chief And Managing Editor Sexual assault and harassment has been a hot topic in American culture. The high profiled case of Larry Nassar, a convicted serial child molester, has made international news. Nassar was formerly an osteopathic physician at Michigan State […]

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Un-news-ual News

Things that make you go, “Huh.” Compiled by Lauren Engelhardt Staff Writer Garbage Resurrection  Ever throw away something that you did not want anymore? Well imagine if the trash never went to the incinerator. Former garbage man, Nelson Molina, has collected more than 50,000 pieces of trash while employed under the New York Department of […]

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Mastering charcuterie

Executive Chef Polcyn to attend charcuterie master class in Italy By Alexandra Lachine Arts and Entertainment Editor Crotone is a gorgeous town along Italy’s eastern Mediterranean coast. This March, Crotone will host a class for only the most dedicated, qualified charcuterie practitioners in all the world, a mere dozen experts to be exact. Schoolcraft’s very […]

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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 […]

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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, […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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Whats The Buzz?

Arts and Entertainment events in Metro-Detroit By Lauren Engelhardt Staff Writer Alan Turner Benefit Concert Andiamo Conference and Banquet Center (7096 E 14 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48092) Friday, Nov. 3, from 6 to 11 p.m. Cost $125 Don’t miss out on this benefit concert featuring country musicians John Michael Montgomery and Alan Turner & […]

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