Stick to tradition

Traditional classes are better for learning than the online alternative By Dylan Randolph, Editor-in-Chief College provides students with hundreds of opportunities they were never able to take advantage of during their high school experience such as reign of picking their classes, what instructor they want and what time they want to take their classes. One…

Changing the Stakes

Baylor University shouldn’t be allowed to play football By Elizabeth Casella, Managing Editor & James Paxson, Sports Editor In 2015, allegations against certain football players claiming sexual assault of female Baylor University students were revealed. Baylor University is located in Waco, Texas and it is no secret that football coaches are perceived as gods in…

Rocky start

Softball season starts 2-4 By James Paxson, Sports Editor The Schoolcraft women’s softball team started the 2017 season with some ups and downs so far. The Ocelots are 2-4 in their first six games of the season, including getting shutout three of the first six games. The early season looks unsteady, but Coach Linares is…

Rolling with the best

Men and women’s bowling take fifth and sixth at Nationals By Cameron Gwinn, Staff Writer After the successful regular season that the men and women’s bowling teams had, it was only fitting that both teams were destined for National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) National Tournament held March 3-4 in Cheektowaga, NY. Both Ocelot teams…

Experience immersion

The best of Virtual Reality gaming By Ken Narita, Arts & Entertainment Editor Virtual reality (VR) has many possible uses — movies, news and education, to name a few. The most obvious use for VR is gaming and the purpose of both game and VR is to totally immerse the subject. Consumer use of VR…

The way movies were meant to be seen

Detroit’s historical Redford Theatre continues to entertain after nearly 90 years By Ken Narita, Arts & Entertainment Editor Detroit is a city with a deep history. Much of the theaters from its heydays can still be found within the city limits. Very few of those are still in the similar condition they were in when…

More life from “More Life”

Drake’s search for more finds a “less is better” approach By Alex Woodliff, Staff Writer Rating: 3/5 Following up his 2016 album “Views,” hip-hop artist Drake quietly dropped his new mixtape, “More Life.” The usually radio-friendly club-bangers that have been staples on his previous albums are mostly gone. With a stripped-down sound and a new…