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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Anxiety is awesome

by Alex Zuccarini, Webmaster Anxiety… that terrifying, yet awesome word. For those with anxiety, terrifying might be the only word that comes to mind, which makes a lot of sense. For a while, it was a word that not only came to my mind, but ruled my life. It’s known as Generalized Anxiety Disorder which, […]

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Pay it forward

New legislation to raise the minimum wage and grant paid sick leave By Josiah Thomas, Campus Life Editor Illustration by Shaida Azzam Addendum: The Michigan Supreme Court did not issue an opinion on the minimum wage and sick leave laws, but they are still in effect. Whether these laws are constitutional is an open question […]

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Not your average notebook

Note taking has modernized with Rocketbook 7/10 by Alexis Tucker, Editor-in-chief Looking for a better solution to your notetaking headaches? Look no further then this Kickstarter and Indiegogo funded product aimed at organizing all your notes in an eco-friendly manner. Rocketbook was an idea which originated co-founders Joe Lemay and Jake Epstein in 2015 and […]

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Cynicism is killing us

by Ramon Razo, Managing Editor Photo courtesy of Otaku.com After 14 years, “Kingdom Hearts 3” is finally out. You can read my review on schoolcraftconnection.com It’s an OK game that is missing any sort of depth. Those who aren’t crazy about the game are usually met with the similar responses, one being that nothing can live […]

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Cynicism is killing us

by Ramon Razo , Managing Editor After 14 years, “Kingdom Hearts 3” is finally out. You can read my review on schoolcraftconnection.com It’s an OK game that is missing any sort of depth. Those who aren’t crazy about the game are usually met with the similar responses, one being that nothing can live up to the […]

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Fruits of labor

by Tamara Turner, Assistant Layout Designer As a young woman growing up in this technological age, I found there to be limitless opportunities for myself. Unfortunately, being so immature that concept ended up being nothing more than a statement. Many months passed me in high school where I did not explore any avenues presented to […]

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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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