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The many faces of the monster inside

SC4 Players’ presentation of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor “You find an open door. One no one knows about. And once you’ve crossed its threshold, you will find not one mind but two. Two streams within the consciousness, one on the surface, the other subterranean.” According to Greg Garofolo, “This quote…

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GSA Gayme Night

Date is set for next week Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief In the previous issue of the ESG, an article titled, “Everyone is welcome at the GSA” mentioned the club’s plans for a game night. Because of a mistake I made with editing, the date of Oct. 28 was wrong. The GSA’s Gayme night is scheduled for…

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Boogie on the Red Carpet

Sc4 foundation’s Red Carpet affair Tyler Smith Staff writer The red carpet is here again, without the movie stars. The SC4 foundation is hold their annual Red Carpet Affair on Saturday, Nov. 1 at 6:30 p.m., with the theme of “Boogie fever on the Red Carpet.” Dress as a hippie or suit and boogie the…

Stem Conference

NASA lands at SC4

STEM conference scheduled for Oct. 24, 25 Stephon Burrell Guest Writer NASA astronaut Andrew Feustel will be the featured guest at St. Clair County Community College’s 2nd Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Conference this Friday, Oct. 24, and Saturday, Oct. 25, at the college’s Port Huron campus. Andrew Feustel will be demonstrating life out…

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Relocating the air waves

Radio club’s location in flux Lily Petit Staff Writer WSGR 91.3 FM, SC4’s student run radio station, brings “the eclectic sound” to the Blue Water Area, but recently they’re providing it from a slightly different location. The Fine Arts Building’s duct work renovation is complete and classes have been running smoothly within the building, yet…

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Mental illness, not to be taken lightly

SC4 holds free mental health screening Melanie Buskirk Staff Writer This past Oct. 9, the National Depression Screening Day and free mental health screening, provided by McLaren Health Systems took place in SC4’s college center. According to MLHS’s volunteer and mental health experts Sharon Hardy and Karen Zisler, over 200 people from the community showed…

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Halloween, booze, and charity

Zombie crawl makes its way through downtown Port Huron Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief Zombies invade Port Huron, again, and this time it’s for a good cause. The 5th annual Zombie Crawl took place Saturday Oct. 18, drawing in an estimated 600 people. The event started at Casey’s Pizza and Subs, where participants brought canned foods in…

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The hammer of vengeance

Review of Trivium’s recent album “Vengeance Falls” Tyler Smith Staff Writer Picture a life of despair, agony, and rage. Knowing you’re alone and no one will understand the way you feel. A loner who’s only vengeance is to live and wage war against an overwhelming enemy. Trivium’s latest album depicts such a story in such…

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Annabelle: a frightening watch

Do not watch alone Mairead Warner Staff Writer The movie Annabelle is in one word, terrifying. The movie stars Annabelle Walls as Mia and Ward Horton as John Gordon. The movie showed the two well-known spiritual elements of good and evil. One of the locations in the movie was in a church that the couple…