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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Pit or pothole

Michigan’s perilous pothole problem By Alexandra Lachine, Arts and Entertainment Editor Potholes are an infamous, dangerous aspect of the typical Michigan commute as winter thaws to spring. According to Crain’s Detroit Business, AAA has reported a 32 percent increase in tire maintenance due to potholes in Michigan this year. The potholes unmasked by recent warming […]

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No more Wahoo

Cleveland Indians discontinue famous logo, beginning 2019 By Casey Spencer, Sports Editor Major League Baseball’s Cleveland Indians will no longer be wearing their famous Chief Wahoo logo, starting this season. Chief Wahoo has been on the Indian’s uniforms since 1947 and is one of the most iconic symbols in all of baseball. The League has […]

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The new mainstream

The Overwatch League should be the standard in modern eSports By Christian Hollis Editor-In-Chief Overwatch was first released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC May 24, 2016, and is known for its colorful characters, well-balanced game play and its unique hero-shooter genre. These strong characteristics have created an engaged community in favor of Overwatch […]

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Values in writing

Impact of journalistic writing on professional development By Alexandra Lachine Editor-in-Chief Over the last five months and my first semester in college, I have had the immense privilege of serving as Editor-in-Chief of a multi-award winning collegiate publication, The Schoolcraft Connection. In this time, I have met and worked alongside some of the most genuinely […]

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