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Same-day registration & no-reason absentee ballot laws remove hurdles for new voters by Josiah Thomas, News Editor There’s a movement afoot to make lifetime voters out of people registering for the first time and casting their ballots. Proposal 3, which allows same-day voter registration and does away with having voters give a rationale for the […]

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Pay it forward

New legislation to raise the minimum wage and grant paid sick leave By Josiah Thomas, Campus Life Editor Illustration by Shaida Azzam Addendum: The Michigan Supreme Court did not issue an opinion on the minimum wage and sick leave laws, but they are still in effect. Whether these laws are constitutional is an open question […]

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Sliding into business

Schoolcraft alumna opens first Burgerim in Michigan by Raymond Falkiewicz, Staff Writer From the Renaissance Club to preparing meals for Arnold Schwarzenegger himself, Schoolcraft alumna Steve Sloney has done it all as an executive chef. However, he hungered for something more: business ownership. Burgerim opened up the perfect opportunity for him to use his expertise […]

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Mind Trekkers

2018 Southeast Michigan Science & Engineering Festival Michigan Technological University’s Mind Trekkers STEM Road Shows bring the WOW! of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to the hands and minds of K-12 students under the inspirational guidance of the Mind Trekkers team consisting of undergraduate and graduate students. Their most recent stop at Schoolcraft, on Oct. […]

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Michigan’s Proposal 3

Ballot proposal to make more people eligible for absentee ballots by Chantele Fox, Staff Writer Michigan Proposal 3, Voting Policies in State Constitutional Initiative, will be on the ballot during the 2018 Midterm Elections on Nov. 6. This is an initiated constitutional amendment, which if passed by the voters, will add several voting policies to […]

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Pit or pothole

Michigan’s perilous pothole problem By Alexandra Lachine, Arts and Entertainment Editor Potholes are an infamous, dangerous aspect of the typical Michigan commute as winter thaws to spring. According to Crain’s Detroit Business, AAA has reported a 32 percent increase in tire maintenance due to potholes in Michigan this year. The potholes unmasked by recent warming […]

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