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Meet the Team

Editors 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…

Upper left: Criminal Justice Club member Justin King and Gay Straight Alliance Club member Ryan Silver struggling to gain control of the dodgeball. Upper middle: Members of the Criminal Justice Club and the Zombie Defense Council race toward the middle to get the dodgeballs. Upper right: Criminal Justice Club members Justin King and Anthony Paolella take aim against the opposing team. Middle: Gay Straight Alliance Club members, and winners of the dodgeball tournament, Ryan Silver, Sean Lathrop and August Smith show off their newly acquired trophy. Bottom left: Criminal Justice Club members ready themselves for the next game to start. Bottom middle: Student Government Vice President Jonathon Brewer acts as referee for the game. Bottom right: Zombie Defense Council members Caitlin Combs and Chris Campbell devise a plan of attack.

Student Government dodgeball a success

Rule number one: no balls to the face. On Tuesday, Sept. 27, Student Government hosted a free dodgeball tournament for student clubs in the SC4 gym from 10-12:30 p.m. All players representing the clubs had to be SC4 students and active in those clubs. The clubs that participated included: the Music Club, the Criminal Justice…

Lt. Governor Brian Calley spoke with attendees at a reception for the Blue Water Pregnancy Center at their future Griswold Street location in Port Huron, Sept. 10.

Lt. Governor Brian Calley visits Pregnancy Center

The Blue Water area welcomed Lt. Governor Brian Calley to the Blue Water Pregnancy Center’s reception on Sept. 10 at their new Griswold Street location in Port Huron. Calley was invited to provide an update on how he felt the centers efforts will help the Blue Water community and enhance the centers ability to provide services once the expansion…

SC4 student, Joel Smith, shown here in the Mandaveli Division of India with a 104 year old woman who lives on her own and receives no help from her family. She has to walk on her own to get to church. Photo Credit: Justin Johnson

SC4 students see the world: mission India

Having the life of a community college student has been great and very convenient, but does not exactly provide a means to experience life outside of the comforts of home. Since the option of transferring to a university was still a year away, I decided to sign up for a program through the Salvation Army…

Tom Obee photo credit Twana Pinskey

What hath time wrought?

It’s 1961, and I’m the new student getting the Port Huron Junior College tour by one Daniel Yakes, the sophomore who sort of adopted me, became my student mentor, and one of my best friends.  He even shared his locker with me, as I subsequently did with his sister the next year. We weren’t St.…

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HACked to pieces

319 Huron Ave in Port Huron held many memories for residents of the area. Patricia Ledsworth, who grew up on Wright Street before the bridge was built on top of where her childhood home sat, remembers going to The Family Theater as a child. According to Ledsworth, a bag of popcorn cost five cents. With…