Increased media spotlight surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic causes heightened panic

Photo courtesy of wearetv.com  Breaking News. Pandemic. Global Crisis. These ae just some of the few words that are being plastered across all social media flatforms and public media outlets surrounding the current Coronavirus Pandemic that has struck across the globe. Now, we aren’t stating that the public shouldn’t take the necessary precautions to stay […]

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Spring forward

News Editor | josiah.thomas@apps.schoolcraft.edu “Lent,” literally meaning “spring” according to the Modern Catholic Dictionary, means a lot for those who take the 46-day trek. Any time of the year can be set aside to give something up for whatever reason. For example, No-Shave November or giving up video games to focus on homework, but Lent […]

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A Winter Welcome Back

It’s the time of the year again when we welcome the beginning of not only a new semester, but the winter season as well. That means cooler temperatures, nasty roads and higher levels of frustration and canceled classes. As such, the staff at the Connection would like to remind students to take advantage of the […]

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High School vs. College

Compiled by the Schoolcraft Connection Editorial Staff It is finals season! We’re all cramming everything we’ve learned this semester to this year out. However, let’s take a moment for the people experiencing finals for the first time to compare and contrast what the experience at college is like versus high school. High school was a […]

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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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