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…

Elementary students view peer artwork. Photo by Alyssha Ginzel

A Crayola masterpiece

Alyssha Ginzel Managing Editor The halls of the Fine Arts Building buzzed with smiling young artists displaying their masterpieces in water color, paper-mache, and crayon. Yes, you heard right. Crayon. Art teachers from over 25 elementary schools in the St. Clair Country area proudly recognized student art on the opening day reception to the forty-fourth…

Lakita Gantz

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.…

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…

Photo by Evan McCausland

Planes, trains and the Blue Water Transit?

The 2011 fiscal year has been tremendous for the Blue Water Area Transit. Serving the City of Port Huron, Marysville and Fort Gratiot Township, not only have they celebrated their 35 year anniversary this past September, but according to the News Advisory for the BWAT, the transit’s ridership activity has jumped 43% from 2007, with…

The items were discovered next to an open window on Nov 15. Photo Credit: Twana Pinskey

Backpack, backpack

Your backpack may not have a talking map like Dora the Explorer’s, unless you have an iPod in it. According to www. collegestudentsafety .com, items such as textbooks, cell phones and i-pods are stolen from back packs left unattended. The reason given is that textbooks can be quickly converted into cash, especially at the end…

Michael J. Wisniewski Jr., of Schoolcraft College, President of the Michigan Regional Board of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, attended the PTK Mini-Honors hosted by the SC4 chapter of Phi Theta Kappa-Lambda Mu on the SC4 campus. Photo Credit: Twana Pinskey

Lambda Mu and SC4: 50 years together

The Phi Theta Kappa Mini Honors Conference was hosted here on campus Oct. 28-30, 2011, by SC4’s Lambda Mu Chapter of PTK with 133 people in attendance. The honors study topic, “Democratization of Information: Power, Peril, or Promise” set the theme for the weekend. Professor Becky Lubbers opened the conference with her presentation, “The Impact…