Double, double toil and trouble

Wrong portrayal of Wicca practitioners By Alexandra Lachine, Editor-In-Chief Being raised Roman Catholic, any mention of witchcraft was often met with five Hail Marys and four Our Fathers, if I was lucky. Before the advent of and practiced alongside Christianity, many diverse religions were common in western Europe as Norse Odinists, Druids and pagan healers,…

Test your skills, test your strength

Combo Dojo is more than the average gaming club By Mariam Ahmad Campus Life Editor In today’s modern gaming world, enthusiasts have quite the plethora of options to choose from. Whether they’re action, adventure, role playing, simulation, strategic or sports, video games have become a way to relax, have fun, and sharpen the mind while…

Eat, drink and be scary

Student Activities Board to host annual Halloween Party By Mariam Ahmad Campus Life Editor As Halloween approaches, many places will be throwing parties to celebrate the holiday, including Schoolcraft College. The Student Activities Board (SAB) will be hosting its annual Halloween party for students, faculty and staff members on the evening of Oct. 26 from…

Spooky controversy

Should teenagers trick-or-treat? Compiled by The Connection Editor Staff YES, teenagers can trick-or-treat Teenagers trick-or-treating is perfectly fine. If they weren’t hunting for treats, they could potentially be partaking in the other aspect of Halloween, tricking. Excluding the teens that have been coerced by their parents to take their younger siblings out, the teens could…

Disease in darkness

The battles fought against an invisible disease By Alexandra Lachine Editor-in-Chief Endometriosis is medically defined as a condition in which tissue similar to the uterine lining grows elsewhere throughout the body. The disease is often claimed by painful, life-altering symptoms that tend to be brushed off with comments like, “you’re just having a bad cycle”…