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Editorial: Education Trumped

Alexis Faley Staff Writer alexisfaleyesg@gmail.com   As America takes its first steps into the Trump presidency, the new head of the executive branch has begun appointing people to various departments of government. One of his most recent appointments was the woman he hopes to be the next secretary of education – Betsy DeVos. One would…

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The Flawed Committee

Robert Burack Sports Editor Many Michigan fans are still moaning about the loss to their arch rival, the Ohio State Buckeyes, and are still upset about finishing in 6th place. They, however, are not the only fan base dissatisfied with how the committee ranked their team on Sunday. The new college football playoff system that…

Letter from the Editor

Emily Mainguy Editor-in-Chief As fall comes to an end I would like to thank our readers for another great semester! We will be back next semester with a new issue coming out on Jan. 21. With a new semester comes new opportunities to join our crew. If you are interested in joining us you can…

Letter from the Editor

Emily Mainguy Editor-in-Chief Welcome readers to a new year at the Erie Square Gazette! Coming with the new school year, there are new staff and new editors joining our returning members. Please see our Staff section of this paper to get to know them a little. However, we are still looking for new members as…

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Middle school students make their mark on the ESG

Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief The Erie Square Gazette will like to thank Michelle Gierman for her idea to incorporate her student’s articles in a couple of ESG issues. Gierman is currently teaching her seventh grade students at Fort Gratiot Middle school how to write for journalism. She reached out to the ESG asking us if it…

Letter from the Sports editor

Tyler Smith Hello reader, A new semester starting means new things are happening in the sports world. The St. Clair County Community College Skippers start a new season. The Men’s Basketball team started the season with a rough 2 wins and 4 losses, but there is a lot talent in this team. These young gentlemen…

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Letter from the Editor

New semester, new staff, new opportunities Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief With a new semester, also comes a new staff for the Erie Square Gazette. This semester, the ESG is facing only one shortage in the staff department, a vast improvement from last semester; alas, we still must acquire a business editor. There is a one-quarter scholarship…

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Letter from the Editor

Staff writers wanted Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief As the holidays draw closer, the end of the semester is approaching. But with every end, there is a beginning, in this case, the Winter 2015 semester at SC4. As the Erie Square Gazette finishes up its production schedule for the Fall semester, new ideas for the next semester…