Houses divided

Put politics aside this holiday by Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief In the past, the term “House Divided” is usually referred to sports or alumni, but nowadays it’s taken on a new term. American families have been divided in their homes. The current political climate is a disgrace to our country. People can’t seem to put politics […]

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A new era

PlayStation changes position on cross-play by Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief After countless blog posts and #ShameSony tweets, PlayStation has conceded to gamers and implemented cross-play for “Fortnite” and promises more games to be added in near future. We, the consumer, won the fight for cross-play. This historical change in the industry proves the power of the […]

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Ocelot Opinion

What’s the most important issue on the ballot? Jarvis: “The Schoolcraft proposal. If that doesn’t go through, tuition will increase.” Alexys: “I haven’t done much research for issues on the ballot.” Sheila: “I’ve been hearing a lot about the Millage Restoration, and of course the weed proposal. I’m international so I don’t vote.” Dylan: “All […]

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Worth it or not

Is owning the latest trends in fashion worth the price you pay By Marvin Poindexter, Arts & Entertainment Editor When it comes to the latest trends in fashion, specifically streetwear, there are people willing to pay top dollar for sneakers and clothing lines from top name brands such as Supreme, Vans, Nike, Jordan, Adidas and […]

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Consultant’s Corner

Publication Date: 9/17/18 Dear Peer Consultants, I have been having trouble with understanding the importance of writing as it relates to my career path. I am struggling to find the motivation for written assignments in my English courses because I do not see how this is preparing me for my future career. Seeking Clarity, A […]

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Ocelot Opinion

“What advice would you give new students to succeed in college?” by Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief Elizabeth Setsuda Major: Undecided “Have time in your schedule to study or make time.” Vicki Sysole Major: Nursing “Save your money so you don’t have to work and go to school at the same time.” DeAsia Barnette Major: Nursing “Wait […]

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New Year, New Us

by the Schoolcraft Connection Staff With 31 awards across two separate committees last year, volume 31 was quite the rewarding season, but there was still room for improvement. We decided to look internally and see what we can do better as a publication to better serve our audience. We noticed that we weren’t doing our […]

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ENOUGH OF THIS

People insulting Parkland survivors are losing political footing By Christian Hollis, Editor-In-Chief Following the horrific shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School, survivors have taken upon themselves to demand change. They have inspired millions, including myself, across the country and hosted a national walkout March 14 and a national March for Our Lives March 24. Though […]

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The Quill

Dear Peer Consultants, Recently, I got my essay back, and my professor left a comment saying that I need to work on the way I introduce authors. I want to improve on my writing abilities in order to ensure that I finish strong this semester, but I can’t figure out what I should be doing […]

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