Tips for Midterms

Written by the Schoolcraft Connection Editorial Staff Preparing for midterms is different for each person. Some people don’t study at all while others prepare right up to the bitter end. Here are some tips for studying for midterms:  Create a study schedule to determine when and what to work on for each class and each […]

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An enchanting knight out on the town

by Anthony Magewick, Staff Writer Photo courtesy of Anthony Magewick Once upon a time, in the forest of Holly Grove, there was a wondrous event known as the Michigan Renaissance Festival, where everyone wanted to go. The festival beckoned knights, wizards and tons of heroes and creatures from faraway lands with promises of adventure and enjoyment […]

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Fact-checking

April Fools’ Day is really fun to celebrate by being ridiculous and enjoying the (hopefully) new spring beginnings, especially when companies jump into the ring to get people excited about a fake product or announcement. However, April Fools’ Day highlights the main problem with the internet at times because false information can spread like a […]

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New Year, New Us

by the Schoolcraft Connection Staff With 31 awards across two separate committees last year, volume 31 was quite the rewarding season, but there was still room for improvement. We decided to look internally and see what we can do better as a publication to better serve our audience. We noticed that we weren’t doing our […]

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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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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” […]

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