Culinary Department moves last weeks of class to fall semester

by Clarisa Russenberger | Managing Editor Photos courtesy of Schoolcraft College Schoolcraft’s Culinary Arts Department announced that all classes must be completed in the fall 2020 semester earlier this month. Most Schoolcraft classes were moved to distance learning due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately, distance learning in the Culinary Arts department is simply not possible. […]

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Consistency is key

Learning Center to host remote final exams review by Kevin O’Neil | A&E Editor All across the nation, college students are tasked with completing coursework from home during quarantine and the anxiety is almost tangible as the challenges of distance learning and the distractions of working at home mount up. Though there is no need […]

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Get on that bike

Schoolcraft advances to Fall Frenzy finals by Christian Hollis, Managing Editor Photos by Clarisa Russenberger, Photo Editor After knocking out SUNY Canton University by just over 710 miles, Schoolcraft has made it to the finals of the 2019 Expresso Fall Frenzy. Over the past four weeks, Ocelot riders have gone against 32 universities and community […]

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A Culinary Champion

Culinary arts student earns silver medal at SkillsUSA National Championship by Josiah Thomas, News Editor Featured image courtesy of Margeret Fleming Schoolcraft’s outstanding reputation for its Culinary Arts department shines again with its latest success story, Amina Berberovic. Everything Berberovic learned from her experience at American Harvest, the student operated restaurant located inside the VisTaTech […]

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Baking it to the top

Culinary alumnus chef Lena Sareini excelling in Detroit by Campus Life Editor, Madison Ling Since graduating from Schoolcraft’s culinary program in 2013, chef Lena Sareini, has cranked up the heat in the industry. The alumnus was given a Chef’s greatest honor in 2018 when named a semi-finalist for the James Beard “Rising Star” and the […]

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A word with Acclimate

Student hip-hop artist talks about his origins, influences and upcoming performance by Kevin O’Neil, A&E Editor Photos courtesy of Acclimate Schoolcraft student, Adam Culp, better known as Acclimate to his fans, is a burgeoning artist specializing in hip-hop. Even before he began his lyrical campaign, he lived an independent childhood in Brownstown, Michigan, where he […]

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Ocelot Opinions

What are you hoping to experience here at Schoolcraft? By De’Ernest Johnson, Staff Writer Brandan Anderson Major: Fitness Leader “I am hoping to experience a great education, future dorms and wider parking lots.” Nina Riggs Major: Undecided “I am hoping to experience great jobs on campus, sign up for as many clubs as possible and […]

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The Ph.D of baking

Chef Heather Moore becomes Schoolcraft’s first master baker by Josiah Thomas, News Editor There are fewer than 200 master bakers in the U.S. and Schoolcraft has its first one: Chef Heather Moore. In April, Moore traveled to San Antonio to take the practical exam hosted by the Culinary Institute of America, which was her second attempt to […]

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Welcome to College

Over 80 colleges scheduled to attend annual College Night by Chantele Fox, Editor-in-Chief A majority of Schoolcraft students often transfer to a four-year university and with the hundreds of college options, the transfer process is no easy task. Thankfully, there are community-based resources available to assist students throughout the process. On Oct. 1 from 6 […]

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