Elevating online learning

Math professor wins Edfinity Award by Ben Bolstrum | Staff Writer Associate Professor of Mathematics, Brad Stetson, recently won the Edfinity Award for “technology-enabled innovation in improving student access to quality learning resources.” This award recognizes an educator who has made substantial efforts to further the cause of equitable access to high-quality homework and/or course […]

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The cost of convenience

News Editor josiah.thomas@apps.schoolcraft.edu When ease of access and innovations in technology come at the cost of moving or thinking for ourselves, the cost of convenience becomes more than what you see on a price tag. Let me be clear, first: I’m not against innovation or convenience as a concept, nor do I think that what […]

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Take a peek

Electron Microscopy class offers a look inside the building blocks of life  By Josiah Thomas  News Editor College electives, often treated as something to get done and move on with, have more to offer than just a transfer credit. One such class offered this fall is BIOL 140, Scanning Electron Microscopy. This class is the […]

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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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Back to School

Ways to save money on school necessities by Connor Wellington, Staff Writer With summer drawing to a close and classes starting once again, many students throughout Schoolcraft are inevitably finding themselves on tighter and tighter budgets for getting their back-to-school supplies. Textbooks Textbooks have a reputation for being outlandishly overpriced. There are a wide variety […]

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