A new era

PlayStation changes position on cross-play by Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief After countless blog posts and #ShameSony tweets, PlayStation has conceded to gamers and implemented cross-play for “Fortnite” and promises more games to be added in near future. We, the consumer, won the fight for cross-play. This historical change in the industry proves the power of the […]

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Welcome back

by Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief For those of you that are just joining Schoolcraft, welcome to College. We are excited to start this year with you. For those of you returning, you might have noticed that the Schoolcraft Connection looks a bit different. We have changed the layout design, our logo and even updated our website […]

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Back to School

Ways to save money on school necessities by Connor Wellington, Staff Writer With summer drawing to a close and classes starting once again, many students throughout Schoolcraft are inevitably finding themselves on tighter and tighter budgets for getting their back-to-school supplies. Textbooks Textbooks have a reputation for being outlandishly overpriced. There are a wide variety […]

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Master Help

by Christian Hollis Editor-in-Chief Twenty culinary students that assisted with the production of the Certified Master Chef (CMC) exam were awarded American Culinary Federation branded knives April 17 in the Kehrl Auditorium. Each respected assistant had their name engraved into their knife. “I worked in the back with Chef Chris,” said one culinary student, Scott […]

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Home sweet dome

Schoolcraft sports dome nears completion, grand opening set for November By Quinn Storm and James Paxson, News Editor and Sports Editor The sports dome has finally reached completion after months of construction and configuration. The soft official opening is set to be Nov. 4. Finally, there will be a recreational sports arena where school events, […]

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Horror has a new sound

Figure releases “Monsters 7” for the upcoming season By Dylan Randolph, Editor in Chief Rating: 5/5 Halloween soundtracks such as “The Monster Mash,” “Ghostbusters” and “Thriller” are just some of the songs that flood parties all over the country during October. However, over the past couple years, famous drumstep artist, Figure, has been releasing tributes to […]

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Apples to Apples

By Mikey Cebulski, Photo Editor Many things symbolize that autumn has arrived; leaves changing colors, pumpkins and shorter days, but few are as tradition-based as a trip to the cider mill. Each and every year, between late August through mid-November, cider mills, like Parmenter’s open their doors to thousands of patrons who are hungry for […]

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Curtain call

Broadway finally gets the recognition it deserves By Dylan Randolph, Editor-in-Chief Over the years the live theatre genre has slowly becoming more popular throughout the nation. The Broadway craze initially took off back in 2003 when “Wicked” made its debut on stage and took the audiences by storm. The untold story of the Wicked Witch […]

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