Four Color to Flat Screen

Five non DC/Marvel properties in need of a TV show By Colin Hickson Staff Writer Since the 60’s, DC and Marvel have essentially dominated TV with shows based on their properties, with very few non-DC or Marvel properties finding success as TV shows, like the Ninja Turtles or the Tick.  But with the success of […]

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Keyboard Warriors

Bullying in any form is not ok By The Schoolcraft Connection Editorial Staff The definition of cyber bullying is the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating nature. In the ever changing age of technology, this form of bullying is becoming more and more pronounced, but bullying […]

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Feeble schooling

Homeschooling is an illogical form of education By Chris Skarnulis The word “homeschooling” sounds very appealing to the average child. The idea of staying home all day to get their education sounds like every youngsters dream, but is the idea of homeschooling really that glamorous? While kids may jump at the idea, parents who choose […]

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Proceed with caution

Elderly drivers should be retested to keep licenses By James Paxson, Sports Editor The main age group that pose a driving danger to American people are drivers under the age of 18. They tend to drive too fast, don’t listen, don’t have respect and don’t stop at red lights. Last month a five car pileup […]

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Skewed reality

Many people’s perception of events is different than reality By Elizabeth Cansella, Managing Editor Perception and reality are two concepts that people fight with in their minds. Perception is how someone understands something or someone whereas reality is the true state or quality of being real whether an individual perceives it as such or not. […]

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Wasting Away

American’s food waste is at epic proportions By Camyle Cryderman According to endhunger.org, 133 billion pounds of readily available food went uneaten in America in 2010. That equates to 31 percent of all food production and equals $161.6 billion wasted. Majority of this food is in safe, edible condition, yet all of it ends up […]

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Keeping it old school

Online learning may be innovative, but in person classes remain the best option By The Schoolcract Connection Editorial Staff In this ever changing world, technology seems to constantly evolving, so society has had to evolve along with it. One instance of this change is the growing popularity of online college courses, but online classes are […]

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A growing sensitivity

Society is becoming too politically correct By Camyle Cryderman, Editor-in-chief It seems that within the past year people around the world have become increasingly more emotionally sensitive. It is hard for one to say anything these days, let alone make a joke or controversial statement without someone getting offended. While there have been and always […]

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Weigh the options

Students should attend community colleges before universities By The Schoolcraft  Connection Editorial Staff Since 2000, the average student debt that a four-year college graduate will have to pay back upon graduation has doubled. According to demos.org, the average 2015 graduate has over $35,000 in loans to pay back—the highest amount ever in history. On top […]

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Safety on the railway

Train accidents can be easily avoided  By The Schoolcraft  Connection Editorial Staff Although it is obvious that trains are large and sometimes dangerous machines, people continue to play Russian roulette on railroads. Every year there are thousands of accidents involving train wrecks in the U.S. alone. According to the FRA (Federal Railroad Administration), a branch of […]

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They deserve more

What the United States needs to do to compensate veterans By The Schoolcraft Connection Editorial Staff After risking their lives in war, veterans are welcomed home with little gratification. Veterans across the country suffer from homelessness and mental disorders every year, and the U.S. does not do enough to aid them. How can a country spend […]

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Rock the vote

Young voters could outnumber Baby Boomers By The Schoolcraft  Connection Editorial Staff Just like with exercising, there are a million and one excuses to not vote. One of the primary excuses when it comes to voting is not feeling the need to vote or feeling that one vote doesn’t matter. However, that perception is not […]

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Going the extra mile

College aims for a repeat victory this Fall Frenzy BY ELAINE GEROU  EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Get ready to sweat, burn off calories and relentlessly compete with other colleges, because this year, Schoolcraft is hungry for a repeat performance in the Fall Frenzy bike tournament. This October marks the third annual Fall Frenzy tournament sponsored through Expresso Bikes. […]

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