Thirteen years and half a million dollars later

This year’s Red Carpet Affair raises $48,190 Emily Mainguy Editor-in-Chief Clean black tablecloths, red roses, white roses, jazz music, and food vendors adorned the Red Carpet Affair on Saturday, Nov. 7. This year’s theme of…

Shake, rattle, and roll

Noon and Night concert series dances to life Nick “Chico” Hernandez On Oct 22, viewers young and old came to the Fine Arts Building to witness Ann Arbor Dance Works' "A Feast of Dancers" as…

Subjects come to life!

Knowledge and passion circulate at the STEM Conference Katie Hunckler Staff Writer Passion oozed from presenters like lava from a volcano during SC4’s third annual STEM Conference; it was as if they just couldn’t hold…

A dark turn for a light hearted play

A review of SC4 Players of the production of Relatively Speaking. Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor The words of Tom Kephart, theatre director for SC4, ring through my head, "Comedy isn't easy to do well." "The…

Parking Blues

The problems (and solutions) of the tarmac Katie Hunckler Staff Writer Whoever said finding a needle in a haystack was difficult obviously had never tried finding a parking space on a community college campus. Parking…

National Depression Screening Day

McLaren holds free screenings to raise awareness Mel Buskirk Copy Editor October 8 was National Depression Screening Day, and to celebrate the day McLaren health professionals partnered with St. Clair County Community Mental Health to…

Forget oil, education is where the real money…

Pearson leads the education industry, but that isn’t good Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor Nothing in this country is safe from monopolization and corporate greed, and the education industry is no exception. All over social…

Skippers OneCard

Jamie Koebke Business Editor The Skippers OneCard is not just students school ID. But it also the key to discounts to places around Port Huron. The Skippers OneCard allows students access into SC4’s fitness center,…