Medical men-at-arms

Campus Life Editor | madisonling307@yahoo.com As panic threatens to consume the world and as the war against COVID-19 continues to rage on, we must ask ourselves one important philosophical question: Who is our first line of defense against this invisible enemy? Though many might disagree, our frontline is not the government officials debating about potential […]

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The cost of convenience

News Editor josiah.thomas@apps.schoolcraft.edu When ease of access and innovations in technology come at the cost of moving or thinking for ourselves, the cost of convenience becomes more than what you see on a price tag. Let me be clear, first: I’m not against innovation or convenience as a concept, nor do I think that what […]

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The life of Nous

Might we unchain ourselves? Arts & Entertainment Editor | o’neilkevin@apps.schoolcraft.com Nous opens their eyes. They see a loud, violent, unforgiving world, whose beauties and terrors share the same awe-striking monochromatic vibrancy. Seeing no other way to pass the time, Nous begins to walk, and they quickly notice that they are disproportionate; one of her arms […]

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Point Blank

Photo Editor | JihadMuhammad@apps.schoolcraft.edu My name is Jihad Muhammad and I am currently the Photo Editor for the Schoolcraft Connection. I am studying Computer Science and would like to eventually transfer to the University of Michigan. Describing myself posed to be a rather difficult challenge for me considering every time I talk about me it’s […]

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Defining the right to compassion

Campus Life Editor | madisonling307@yahoo.com There’s been decades of debate circulating about euthanasia. The most compelling argument being that it shouldn’t be permitted due to liability and bias, prejudice toward vulnerable populations and alternative means to death with dignity. This is what should be considered with the right to compassion. Allowing euthanasia in medicine challenges […]

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News: A rough draft of history

News Editor | josiah.thomas@apps.schoolcraft.edu Journalism serves a higher purpose than acting as a source of information, documenting society and government’s direction, being a forum for discussion or even galvanizing revolutions. The wide-reaching and direct influence journalists have on public opinion gives them a massive responsibility. Journalism carries a sacred duty, to tell the truth and […]

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