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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Jump on down

Theatre Department to host open auditions for “Rabbit Hole” Sept. 10 and 11 by De’Ernest Johnson, Staff Writer The first theatre production of the 2019/20 school year will be “Rabbit Hole” by David Lindsay-Abaire, directed by Paul Beer. Audition will take place Sept. 10 and 11 and 7 p.m. in room LA (Liberal Arts) 500. […]

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Phasing into a synergetic future

Schoolcraft announces collaboration of new medical facility on campus by Chantele Fox, News Editor In a press release March 28, it was announced that Schoolcraft College, in collaboration with Saint Joseph Mercy Health System and Integrated Healthcare Associates (IHA), would build a new medical center on Schoolcraft campus. The plan for development was approved by […]

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Pomp and Circumstance

Grad Fair scheduled for April 16 and 17 by Josiah Thomas, Campus Life Editor In order to help prepare students for graduation, Schoolcraft will be hosting its annual Grad Fair to help cover all the bases to get students ready to cross the stage. This year the Grad Fair will be held April 16 and […]

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Food for thought

Livonia and Radcliff campuses address food insecurity by Madison Ling, Staff Writer Nestled in the Student Activities Center of the Livonia campus, as well as Room 256 of the Radcliff campus respectively, is a valuable and often obscure resource called the Food Pantry. The food pantry is available Monday through Friday during regular business hours […]

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Strong voice for Livonia families

Schoolcraft student to run for Livonia City Council by Chantele Fox, News Editor First generation Albanian-American, servant leader, soldier, business owner: these are just a few attributes describing Rob Donovic, Schoolcraft College student and Livonia City Council candidate who will be on the ballot during primary elections in August 2019. Donovic’s parents immigrated to the […]

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World’s melting pot

18th annual Multicultural Fair returns to campus by Madison Ling, Staff Writer Americans pride themselves in the diversity of our country, but how much is really known about these different walks of life as well as the different components they’re comprised of? Language, clothing and religion are just a few examples of what makes up […]

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Analyze this

The people behind Schoolcraft’s research and analytics by Alexis Tucker, Editor-in-Chief There are more than 50 departments on campus, and some of them, students don’t have much interaction with as they are more on the administrative side. Research and Analytics are among those departments that students won’t have much interaction, but they provide important functions […]

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Inside The Key

Bounce back: Minor setback sets up major comeback By Solae Pope-White, Staff Writer After falling short to Wayne County Community College District on Feb. 16, 61-46, our team got back on the court and found a way to achieve a 70-47 victory against Henry Ford College (HFC) this past Wednesday. One of our five starters, […]

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Ready for takeoff

College expands CEPD remote pilot program By Jacob Haffey, Staff Writer Get ready to take off. An increasing number of people are using small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) or drones. In response, Schoolcraft is offering new courses through the Continuing Education and Professional Development’s (CEPD) Remote Pilot program. These courses are designed to educate people […]

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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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