John Lusk

John Lusk Advisor John Lusk is in his twenty-seventh year of teaching at SC4, and has been reading newspapers since he could. In his fifteenth year as adviser to the Erie Square Gazette, Lusk hopes to continue working with the best students on campus for a few more years.

Liz Whittemore

Liz Whittemore Photo Editor Liz Whittemore is a SC4 student pursuing a degree in journalism. Whittemore is the Photo Editor for the ESG and is actively involved with other clubs on campus. She is a fiery redhead who loves Thai food and road trips. Also, she is terrible at bowling and rather clumsy. Insert Kanye…

Carol Szparaga

Carol Szparaga Staff Writer Carol Szparaga, of Columbus Township, is a pre-nursing major that loves: cooking, camping, and home improvement projects. Szparaga joined the school newspaper because she likes that is student involved. It also gives her the opportunity to meet students and staff.

Danielle Kennedy

Danielle Kennedy Copy Editor A returning SC4 alumnus, Danielle Kennedy is the current Copy Editor for the Erie Square Gazette. Kennedy graduated with a degree in Communications Media back in 2009 and has returned to SC4 to pursue a degree in the field of corrections. Interests include: reading, writing, and the game.

Hayley Myron

Hayley Myron Webmaster This is Hayley Myron, the new Webmaster for the Erie Square Gazette. Myron is a freshman this year, and aspires to be on the honor roll. In her spare time she loves getting involved in photography and listening to alternative rock.

Christina Stoutenburg

Christina Stoutenburg Editor in Chief   Christina Stoutenburg, 22, is a resident of Smiths Creek and Editor-in-Chief for the Erie Square Gazette. Stoutenburg is currently majoring in journalism, but also has an interest in culinary arts.

Erick Fredendall

Erick Fredendall Business Editor 2010 graduate of Imlay City High School, Erick Fredendall is now a sophomore at SC4 studying to become a professional journalist and media specialist. A student of philosophy and a history nerd, Fredendall spends much of his time reading, and doesn’t see the sunlight very much. He is a junior assistant…

Korff Photo credit Jenny Walker

Goodbye Korff

For 30 years, David Korff walked the halls of St. Clair County Community College’s Fine Arts building as a dedicated professor and chair for the visual and performing arts department. Korff’s style of teaching was like an art form. His classrooms came alive, showing students that art has a place in whatever field they go…