Task Force helps student be the change they want to see

Steffanie Hills nominated to the Department of State’s Collegiate Student Advisory Task Force by Josiah Thomas, News Editor Photo courtesy of Stephanie Hills Going to school, working two jobs, raising families, struggling with emotional or economic hardships. These are a few of the many barriers and unique challenges faced by today’s student voters, one that the […]

Continue Reading

Regional excellence

State-of-the-art complex attracts talent nationwide by Josiah Thomas, News Editor Schoolcraft College and its Public Safety Training Complex have made our public servants proud. Graduates and trainees, from local and state police and their SWAT teams to private security for companies such as Ford and General Motors to agents from across the United States, are […]

Continue Reading

Consultant’s Corner

Publication Date: 3/18/19 Dear Peer Consultants, Many faculty members and students on campus have informed me of the benefits of having my writing peer-reviewed in the Writing Support Studio. While I do agree that your services can be helpful, I fear shame for coming in for a consultation, even as a student who believes they […]

Continue Reading

Sizzlin’ in the Spotlight

Certified Master Chef Exam returns to Schoolcraft College by Chantele Fox, News Editor Executive chefs and culinary arts instructors from all over the country made their way to Schoolcraft to complete the Certified Master Chef Exam which took place from March 1 until March 9, 2019. Previously in 2017, Schoolcraft College was chosen to host […]

Continue Reading

New face brings fresh perspective

Board of Trustees welcomes new member by Chantele Fox, News Editor The Schoolcraft College Board of Trustees is comprised of seven members elected into their positions by the Schoolcraft College District. These officials work collaboratively over a six-year term creating policies for Schoolcraft College. On Jan. 23 at 7 p.m., Dillon Breen was sworn in […]

Continue Reading