Reporter of the Month is an award given to a staff writer of the Erie Square Gazette for journalistic excellence or for above and beyond assistance given to help the Gazette in its mission to produce a quality publication for the students of SC4. Staff writers are chosen by vote from the editorial team.
The first few weeks of the ESG being back in print are tough for all the editorial team. Almost every semester brings new changes to the Gazette, spanning from simple layout Continue reading Reporter of the month
With a heavy heart we say farewell to Twana Pinskey, an incredible woman whose legacy of exceptional writing and familiar warmth will be remembered by the ESG newsroom for years to come.
Twana passed away Sept. 21 at 8:21 p.m., in Beaumont Hospital surrounded by family and friends after a battle against breast cancer, which she had been diagnosed with in June. Continue reading From the editor
On Sept. 16, 2013, Michigan Governor, Rick Snyder, signed into law HB 4717. This bill will provide
Medicaid coverage to 320,000 Michigan residents in its first year. Due to the delay of getting the bill through the Senate and House, it will not take effect until January 2014. Continue reading Michigan Medicaid expansion to include childless and non-disabled
How do clubs help students? That is the question a lot of students ask when looking for and joining clubs. Sarah Finnie, the Student Events Coordinator said, “Clubs are a good way for students to get involved and help out in the community and in the college.” Continue reading The benefit of clubs
It is no secret that college is expensive. But a number of financial awards exist to help students achieve their dream of a higher education.
Upon visiting the SC4‘s website scholarship section, one will first behold a list of scholarships that are offered through SC4 itself. The financial awards offered of course come with minimum requirements. Most call for at least a 2.5 GPA, and many of them require involvement in college sports while others are more geared towards students entering a specific field. Continue reading Scholarships offered through SC4 website
Clubs: a reoccurring theme here at SC4. Drama Club, Erie Square Gazette, Radio Club, Music Club, Magic the Gathering Club…there’s even a Zombie Defense Council. No matter what it is, more than likely there’s a club for it.
So what about a Veteran’s Club?
Until recently, that is one club that was seemingly absent from the lineup; until Lee Harrison came along. Continue reading Veterans Unite: New at SC4
“What do you want to be when you grow up?”
Now, as a young kid, this is one of the most easily answered questions one can be asked. The answers generally tend to be quite creative: fireman, princess, rockstar, marine biologist (some kids are intellectually ahead of others). However, this simple interrogative seems to take on a monumental new weight when asked to incoming college freshman. With hundreds upon thousands of different degrees, certificates, and programs out there, it is hard to know where to start, especially considering one of the most evil, manipulative, and important concepts that get silently attached to said question: income, moolah, denero, rupee, and in other words, money. Continue reading Pre-Med or Liberal Arts?
Members of the board, with the exception of James Relken, gathered at the last board of trustees meeting held on Sept. 12. A number of topics were discussed, which included the success of the CL5 and Blue Water Middle College programs, as well as the possibility of a non-smoking campus. An overview of the Michigan Center for Student Success was also talked about. Continue reading SC4 pushing for further success of its students