Winter Fest Concert

SC4 bands to play on Feb. 21 Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor SC4’s Symphonic Band and Jazz Band, conducted by Erick Senkmajer, will play a Winter Fest concert on Feb. 21, at 7 p.m. in the Fine arts building. Tickets are $7, free for K-12 students with an adult and free for SC4 students who show…

Celebrate with SC4’s Choir

SC4’s Community Choir taking the stage Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor On Feb. 16, the SC4 Community Choir will present concert in the Fine Arts Theatre at 7 p.m. The concert, completely free, focuses on the theme of “Seasons of Love.” For any questions about the concert or the choir please contact the Choir Director Carly…

A folk singing movie

SC4 Art department hosts a free movie night Mel Buskirk Copy Editor A handful of people attended the free showing of “Inside Llewyn Davis” last Thurs. night as the first installment of a series of free movie showings sponsored by SC4’s art department. “Inside Llewyn Davis” is a story focused on a struggling folk singer…

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Sick art on deck

Second SC4 Deck Art competition a success Mel Buskirk Copy Editor This past Thursday, the Deck Art competition drew to a close with the auction and the award ceremony for the winners of this year’s competition. The event took place in the galleries and main hall of the Fine Arts Building on SC4’s campus, with…

Musical talent please apply

SC4 symphonic band, jazz band, and community choir seek members Lily Petit Staff Writer If you’re looking to stretch your music muscles, SC4 may have a place for you. The SC4 symphonic band, jazz band, and Community Choir are looking for new members. All groups are open to advanced high school students, college students and…

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The life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

SC4 honors civil rights leader Therese Padgham Staff Writer St. Clair County Community College hosted the 13th annual event on Monday, Jan. 19, (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day) at 6:30 p.m. in its Fine Arts Auditorium honoring the civil rights leader. The celebration consisted of live performances including inspirational music, readings, drama, dance, poem and…

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A symphonic sensation

SC4 Faculty and Friends bring classical to life Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor The docile tones of piano (Victoria Banks), violin (Stephen Collins), and the French horn (Jane Lehman) filled the theater hall with sounds of Auf dem Strom, accented by the opera-esque vocals (Cheryl Kaski) during SC4’s Noon and Night Concert Series. This event…

A Static Controversy

Students use art to explore the original energy crisis Mike Lucas Staff Writer Thomas Edison: renowned inventor, revered scientist, beloved innovator of modern day electricity… fraud. This message rang through the halls of Studio 1219’s Spiral Gallery Friday as SC4 students and graphic arts instructor Chris Krolczyk took spectators on a journey through the electric…

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SC4 theatre roars with laughter

SC4 Players’ “Lend Me a Tenor” performances delight audiences Lily Petit Staff Writer “He’s Italian, they kiss everything!” exclaimed Max, played by Caleb Kreidler during SC4 Player’s performances of “Lend Me a Tenor,” Dec. 4, 5, 6, and 7. And a lot of kissing there was. “Lend Me a Tenor” is the story of Italian…

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Choral chords corralled

SC4 choir opens arms to community members Lily Petit Staff Writer Choir is no longer a credit course, but open to the community. Jim Neese, the associate dean of instruction, made the decision to remove choir from the credit course list before the start of the Fall 2014 semester. Neese said choir had not been…