Crime Alert: Unwanted Touching
Subject Information: Dark Skin Black Male, Mid 30's, heavy set with a large stomach, very thin mustache and beard, black unknown baseball cap, black short sleeve t-shirt, blue jean pants, glasses, purple and white gym type shoes, long dirty fingernails. The subjects side teeth were also stained brown. The above described subject asked a female to talk with him outside of Lower Waterman on Tuesday. The subject made verbal advances toward the female and asked if he could hug her but she told him no. He asked several times and although told no, he wrapped his arms around her and hugged her and she pushed the subject away and held her face away from him as she said he had a foul odor. The subject told the victim that he is a student and is on campus Tues, Wed, and Thurs. This subject is believed to be the same person who asked if he could rub a female student's feet in the Library on Monday, although no contact was made. This case is still being actively investigated; if you see the subject contact Campus Security Police immediately at 4424 from any campus phone or 734-462-4424 from your cell.
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The Schoolcraft College Foundation will host the 29th Annual Golf Classic Fore Scholarships golf outing, continuing its proud and strong legacy of providing scholarships to Schoolcraft College students on Mon., June 3, at the Walnut Creek Country Club, South Lyon.
Schoolcraft College will host the Fifth Annual Electric Vehicle Show, which features an opportunity to ride or drive the latest electric vehicles. The Show is free and open to the public. This event is a great opportunity for the public to see all kinds of EVs and Plug-In Hybrid cars up-close, talk to the owners and learn about all of the accessories that are used with electric vehicles.
Ashlee Baracy from WDIV-TV4 interviews Chef Shawn Loving, culinary arts department chair at Schoolcraft College, about new technology that allows vending machines to dispense tasty gourmet meals in a matter of minutes.
The Dave Bennett Quartet will be the featured performers at a special Father’s Day Brunch, Sun., Jun. 16 at noon, Tickets for the brunch are $27.50 per person and proceeds benefit the annual Michigan Jazz Festival on Sun., Jul. 21. Following the meal the quartet, including clarinetist Dave Bennett, pianist Cliff Monear, drummer Doug Cobb and bassist Kurt Krahnke, will take the stage.
The Michigan New Jobs Training Program offers area employers an opportunity to receive training funds for newly created jobs (not replacements or layoff workers) that pay a minimum of $12.95 per hour (17.5 percent of minimum wage). This program is funded through Michigan state income tax diversions.
May is Motorcycle Awareness Month. In a statewide effort to improve motorcyclist safety, the state of Michigan has increased the funding for The Detroit Metro Regional Motorcycle Safety Program administered by Schoolcraft College’s Continuing Education and Professional Development department. CEPD offers both basic and advanced rider courses taught by professional, certified instructors who have a passion for both riding and riding safety.
Schoolcraft College’s renowned Music Department is sponsoring a special week-long Summer Piano Camp for school-age students once again this summer, Mon. - Fri., June 24 - 28. Piano students at the elementary, intermediate and advanced levels will enjoy this unique experience and change of pace from their traditional private lessons. Deadline for registration is Tues., June 11.
- Register now for Fall 2013 credit classes. Classes begin Aug. 28.
- Register now for Continuing Education and Professional Development classes this spring and summer
- Register now for Kids on Campus 2013 programs Jul. 8 - Aug. 2
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