The future of Communications & Broadcast

What’s to become of the ESG and WSGR? Mel Buskirk Copy Editor On Wednesday March 23, 2016, Associate Dean of Instruction Services Jim Neese, Vice President of Student Services Pete Lacey, and Professor of English…

“Our Town” rocks our town

SC4 players bring emotion to the Fine Arts Theater Lauren Schwartz Staff Writer “Our Town,” written by Thornton Wilder, is a play set the small town of Grover’s Corners. It opens with the stage manager…

Music from another perspective

A taste of the DSO Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor All music, being fluid, can be played on almost any instrument. An example being a flute playing a piece that was written for the violin. A…

Late to the Game

Finding the bird, I mean, love of your life Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor Finding love isn't easy, especially for birds. Well, maybe for birds. I'm not an expert, but according to "Hatoful Boyfriend," it's tough.…

Time to be the best like no one…

Nintendo releases the newest spinoff to a 20 year old franchise Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor Growing up with Pokémon, our generation takes it very seriously when I knew game with a new formal to the…

Puppies and kittens benefit from giving

WSJR and SNAP collecting donations to help less fortunate furry critters Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor 91.3 FM WSGR (also known as the radio club) is now collecting donations for Humane Society of St. Clair/SNAP…

Music to my ears

Sharing world class music with SC4 Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor Music may not be your forté, but the next Noon and Night concert won’t b-flat to you. The SC4 Noon and Night presents a flute…

St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations at SC4

GSA holds themed “Gayme” night Lauren Schwartz Staff Writer On Thursday, March 10, SC4’s Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) hosted a “Gayme” Night St. Patrick’s Day edition. A GSA is a school or student led group found…