A $100,000 scholarship fights cancer

Alyssha Ginzel Managing Editor When mom asks how the day at school went, she rarely expects to hear, “It was alright. I mean, I just found a cure for cancer.” Because of his work with breast cancer cells, 17-year-old, Port Huron Northern senior Nithin Tumma claimed the $100,000 top prize at the Intel Science Talent…

Zuzu members entertain audience by balancing on objects such as chairs during their performance.

SC4 got its dance on

Danielle Kennedy Copy Editor    How does SC4 celebrate Black History Month? With a packed gymnasium and a group known as the Zuzu African Acrobats, hailing from Mombasa Kenya. “It was the largest single audience I have ever experienced on our campus during my 16 years at SC4,” said Pete Lacey, Vice President of Student…

Eric Hiller(left) of Port Huron and Andy Morris(right), also of Port Huron, was invited by the diabetics association to meet former Detroit Red Wing Kurt Maltby(center) on Jan. 28 at McMorran Place. Photo Credit: Twana Pinskey Eric Hiller(left) of Port Huron and Andy Morris(right), also of Port Huron, was invited by the diabetics association to meet former Detroit Red Wing Kurt Maltby(center) on Jan. 28 at McMorran Place. Photo Credit: Twana Pinskey

Red Wings’ Maltby visits Port Huron

Twana Pinskey Editor-in-Chief Mother Nature may not have cooperated with the weather for the 2012 Chilifest, but former Detroit Red Wings player, Kirt Maltby sure did. Maltby was all smiles as he greeted fans Jan 28 at McMorran Place Auditorium. According to Maltby, he chose this event because of proceeds benefiting the diabetics association. Maltby…

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Breaking News: Women’s basketball coach resigns

Clay Kimball Webmaster This past Wednesday, Skippers’ women’s basketball coach, Lakita Gantz, stepped down from her position prior to the game against Schoolcraft College. Athletic director Dale Vos was reached for comment about said resignation. Vos could not comment on reasons behind the resignation of the former coach, but reassured that the season would continue.…

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ESG Staff Round Up, Winter Semester 2012

John Lusk Advisor John Lusk is in his twenty-sixth 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. Twana Pinskey Editor-in-Chief Twana Pinskey is…

Erie Square Gazette staff writer, Christina Stoutenburg, helps the children brainstorm ideas for their article on Nov. 30, 2011. Photo Credit: Liz Whittemore

Young journalists

Liz Whittemore Ginger Elf The two year old program of the Erie Square Gazette going to Woodrow Wilson is expanding. After being contacted by Hannah Palmer, a third grade teacher at Woodrow Wilson Elementary School in Port Huron, the SC4 student-run newspaper the Erie Square Gazette (ESG) have been visiting the school teaching the children…

Erie Square Gazette, Editor-in-Chief, Twana Pinskey explains the Inverted Pyramid to students in Hannah Palmers third grade class at Woodrow Wilson, Nov. 16. Photo Credit: Christian Stoutenburg

Field trip!

Christina Stoutenburg Worker Elf Walking into a room to have everyone turn to stare can be a nightmare. Not when you’re with the “Erie Square Gazette,” walking into a room of third graders. On Nov. 15, four members of the “Erie Square Gazette:” Twana Pinskey, Danielle Kennedy, Clay Kimball, and myself(Christina Stoutenburg) travelled to Woodrow…