I’m not good at goodbyes

Managing Editor christian.hollis@apps.schoolcraft.edu I am both excited and sad to say that my time at Schoolcraft College has come to an end. I will be graduating from this wonderful college this month and I leave with wonderful memories, a strong education and an incredible experience. For the last two years, I have dedicated my life […]

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High School vs. College

Compiled by the Schoolcraft Connection Editorial Staff It is finals season! We’re all cramming everything we’ve learned this semester to this year out. However, let’s take a moment for the people experiencing finals for the first time to compare and contrast what the experience at college is like versus high school. High school was a […]

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Indie games vs. AAA games

Production Assistant Matthew.Armstrong1@apps.schoolcraft.edu If you are someone who enjoys video games whether it be casual or hardcore, you probably know some games by name alone such as “Halo”, “Call of Duty” or “Overwatch”. Now how about some other games such as “Enter the Gungeon”, “Hollow Knight” and Into the Breach? These games may not be […]

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Seasons of gratitude

News Editor josiah.thomas@apps.schoolcraft.edu Having worked retail for nearly five years, all of which involved working during holidays, I know how difficult and downright crazy retail gets because I’ve been in the trenches myself. Never mind the huge crowds that can literally span the length of a football field; the real struggle of retail is trying […]

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Ally with vaccination

Campus Life Editor madisonling307@yahoo.com ‘Tis the season for snow again and with cold weather comes close quarters and an invisible fiend that everyone does their best to avoid: Influenza. Chills, fever and aches are only a few of the woes experienced once infected, but it’s only the beginning. What was once a master escape plan […]

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Talking Trash

Photo Editor clarissa.russenburger@apps.schoolcraft.edu Last year, I was fortunate enough to travel to the Philippines for a youth congress. While I was there, I volunteered cleaning polluted beaches and was astounded by what I saw. With garbage so deep it passed my calves, my entire perspective on the pollution crisis changed. I cleaned this beach with […]

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Consultant’s Corner, Vol. 33 Issue 5

A Message from the Learning Support Services It is difficult to minimize the benefits of collaborative learning. At Schoolcraft’s Learning Support Services, students are able to find various resources that are built on this foundation. In the Learning Center (LC) students will find a team of peers and volunteers who are dedicated to student empowerment. This […]

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Ocelot Opinions

What is your favorite fall time activity? Interviews & Photos by De’Ernest Johnson & Armando Saucedo | Staff Writer & Videographer Alexis Williams Major: Undecided “Going to the cider mill with my friends.” Ali Alamiri Major: Mechanical Engineering “Joy riding in my car and hay riding. Asia Catching/ Shania Snow Major: Culinary Arts/ Nursing “Going […]

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Comin’ round the bend

Editor-in-Chief sceditor@schoolcraft.edu The phrase “comin’ round the bend” is typically used in a more comical sense in reference to something foolish or silly, but in this case it’s in reference to the insanity that is the Schoolcraft College parking lot. Yes…you read that correctly. Since the supposed groundbreaking regarding the building developments began this month, […]

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Regulate the robots

Campus Life Editor madisonling307@yahoo.com There has been much debate about what role artificial intelligence (AI) should have in health care. Some say that its role should be unlimited and that these algorithm controlled machines should be allowed to hold human lives in their hands. Others argue that it should not be used and question how […]

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Healing the American medical system

by Madison Ling, Campus Life Editor madisonling307@yahoo.com For many years, the United States’ health care system has been a subject of scrutiny. Many say it’s “broken” due to its increasing waitlist that it’s too selective about what services will and will not be covered and finally that it doesn’t seem to care for underprivileged populations. […]

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Tips for Midterms

Written by the Schoolcraft Connection Editorial Staff Preparing for midterms is different for each person. Some people don’t study at all while others prepare right up to the bitter end. Here are some tips for studying for midterms:  Create a study schedule to determine when and what to work on for each class and each […]

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