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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Air we breathe

How art complements science Alexis Tucker Arts & Entertainment Editor Questions of global warming and climate change have hung in the air for decades. Whether or not people accept the legitimacy of the claims from  scientists, there are pressing issues in our communities, not just as a nation either, but as one global community. Our […]

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Political potluck

Is it appropriate to discuss politics around the Thanksgiving table? Compiled by The Connection Editor Staff No, politics shouldn’t be discussed at Thanksgiving With the current political climate in the United States, people get overly defensive about their viewpoints. This can cause heated debates at a table that is supposed to symbolize what we are […]

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Shedding light on seizures

Importance of epilepsy awareness By Alexandra Lachine Editor-in-Chief November is now nationally recognized as Epilepsy Awareness Month. Epilepsy is a central nervous system or neurological disorder in which nerve cell activity in the brain becomes disrupted, causing seizures or periods of unusual behavior, sensations and sometimes loss of consciousness. Studies and research conducted annually by […]

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The Quill

Dear Writing Fellows, I always seem to have trouble differentiating between the use of “effect” and “affect” in an essay or paper. I would really appreciate it if you could briefly explain how to use the two words correctly. Please Help,Confused Student Dear Confused Student, This is a common problem that many students face when […]

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