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Piggies and dishes and clay, oh my!

Potter’s Market demonstrates full potential of ceramics Katie Hunckler Staff Writer A million decorative purposes and a million daily use purposes – who would have thought a single art form could span such a wide spectrum? A spectrum from which not a speck was missing at the Potter’s Market held Nov. 12-15 in the M-Tec…

Pavilion sale not set in stone

Meetings continue to discuss the sale of the McMorran Mel Buskirk Copy Editor The Alumni Room in the Student Center was packed with around 40 concerned faculty and citizens on Thursday, Nov. 12 as the Board of Trustees met to discuss whether to take the next steps in purchasing the McMorran Pavilion from the city…

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ThumbCoast design competition comes to a close

The Huron Selkie is released with winning design Emily Mainguy Editor-in-Chief Mythical creatures, beer, local artists, and a prize for the winning design. The ThumbCoast Owner and Brew master, Dennis Doyle and Corey Nebbeling, choose the winner of the Huron Selkie design contest Nov. 12 during the reception. The poster designs were narrowed down during…

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Toilet paper for a cause

Business Club collects t.p. for charity Jamie Koebke Business Editor There is a toilet on the first floor of the Main Building! However it is not a toilet for use… The Business Club of SC4 is collecting toilet paper for MidCity Nutrition. You simply put your donation inside the toilet. Donations will be accepted until…

Women’s hoops cruise to win in home opener

Lady Skippers win against Sinclair Community College Chris Nelson Guest Writer SC4 Women’s basketball team, the defending Michigan Community College Athletic Association Eastern Conference Champions, cruised to victory in their home opener on Friday night, Nov. 13 with a 68-50 win against Sinclair Community College of Dayton, Ohio. First-year Head Coach Akilah Edmundson welcomes several…

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Humans without rights

How society treats those who are Trans, genderqueer, or genderfluid Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor Society can be unkind to those who are different from them; just look at how we treat Native Americans, African Americans and now the refugees from Syria. Society can be just abrasive to those who do not identify as their assigned…

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War may not change, but Fallout does

New and improved take on wasteland life Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor Following total atomic annihilation, the rebuilding of this great nation of ours may fall to you. That’s why Bethesda has prepared this educational video game series for you to better understand the future! Fallout 4 comes from the minds and hearts of Bethesda…

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McMorran Pavilion will go to SC4

Crowds disappointed at the City Council meeting Mel Buskirk Copy Editor “Leadership fails when the people believe their leaders are either incompetent or don’t care,” stated Ted Walters, 43 of Marysville, after the City Council of Port Huron voted in favor of SC4’s offer of the purchase of the McMorran Pavilion. Many people, like Walters,…