Inside the key

An insider’s look Schoolcraft women’s basketball By Solae Pope-White, Staff writer The Schoolcraft women’s basketball team is a talented versatile group that has gone through many challenges throughout this season. From home game winning streaks to falling just short of wins during away games this team has been through it all this 2018-19 season. The […]

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Blood Drive

  Photos by: Raymond Falkiewicz and Josiah Thomas On February 6th from 10am-4pm and Feb 7 from 2pm-6pm, Michigan Blood came to Schoolcraft to run a blood drive. Most people had made an appointment in advance, but walk-ins were also accepted. Michigan Blood not only uses the donated blood for patients in the hospital, but they […]

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Fruits of labor

by Tamara Turner, Assistant Layout Designer As a young woman growing up in this technological age, I found there to be limitless opportunities for myself. Unfortunately, being so immature that concept ended up being nothing more than a statement. Many months passed me in high school where I did not explore any avenues presented to […]

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Who let the dogs out

Schoolcraft alumna pampers pets with small business by Raymond Falkiewicz, Staff Writer In the fall of 2017, Courtney Novack, owner and founder of Forever a Puppy Pet Services, began working for her father’s house cleaning business, which was co-owned by her stepmother. While working alongside her family, she recognized a greater level of excitement while […]

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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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Schoolcraft on midterm ballot

  Proposal aims to restore millage rate, resolving $7 million deficit by Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief Schoolcraft College will appear on the ballot Nov. 6 to increase the mils rate from 1.76 to 2.27 in the Clarenceville , Garden City, Livonia, Northville and Plymouth-Canton school districts to resolve a $7 million structural deficit caused by several […]

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Filmmakers unite

Schoolcraft hosts 48-Hour Film Challenge by Cody Yarbrough, Staff Writer On Nov. 9-11 creative minds of aspiring filmmakers will descend upon Schoolcraft College to be put to the test at the 2018 Schoolcraft Film Challenge. Over course of 48 hours participants must write, film, edit and upload a film that is no more than seven […]

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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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