Student Government positions, up for grabs

Cody Kimball Webmaster You could be the next President of Student Government! Sound interesting? Petitions are available until in the Enrollment Services Office until March 26, when they are due back to Carrie Bearss by 4:30 p.m. To become a candidate, petitions must be signed by a minimum of 40 currently enrolled students. The elections…

Hail to the victors; SC4 celebrates MCCAA Eastern Conference Tournament Championship.

Yeah, Babeeee!!

Donald Lierman Sports Editor March Madness finally arrives. Let the banners be unfurled. For the first time in school history, Saint Clair County Community College will progress to the nation junior college championships. The Skippers defeated the Henry Ford Hawks, 83-78, at Mott Community College on Saturday, March 6 in their third consecutive tournament victory.…

Thinking Inside The Box

Cody Kimball Web Master    When, you’re finished reading this paper, don’t throw it away, recycle it. Is the nearest recycle bin too far away to bother? Not for long. Soon, permanent recycling receptacles will be all over campus, thanks to a “green” project at SC4.    The recycle bins, built by students and staff…

SC4 puts cigarettes out

Brian Johnston Editor in Chief    Smokers at SC4 will soon face new rules which move the designated smoking areas even further away from where they’re used to smoking.    In a policy adopted on Feb. 18, the Board of Trustees “recognizes the health dangers created by smoking and hereby prohibits smoking in all College…

Clubbin’

Aaron Tomlinson Copy Editor    During the week of Feb 22, SC4 students in the cafeteria were greeted by representatives from different college clubs.    Club Awareness Week had clubs on the search for new and interested students. From Phi Theta Kappa, to the Drama Club, to even the new Zombie Defense Council; clubs were…

SC4 Alumni Sponsor Quiz Bowl

Patrick Sullivan Staff Writer    On Saturday, Feb. 6 the SC4 student alumni organization held the 2010 Regional high school quiz bowl, where both Port Huron Northern and Brown City schools walked away with the prize for their respective divisions.    Both teams were presented with medals, trophies and a 500 dollar scholarship to SC4…

Robert Tansky SC4’s Socrates

Ray Robinson Managing Editor    As a professor at St. Clair County Community College since 1966, Robert Tansky has had a rewarding career.    After nearly 40 years, Robert Tansky is grateful that his former students, whom are now Qatari dignitaries, have become successful and said they remember SC4 fondly.    “Teachers never know the…

Lights, Camera, Skippers

Thomas Pregano  Business/Advertising Manager    The Skippers weren’t the only ones heating it up on the hardwood Wednesday night Feb. 10 against Alpena.    The advanced television class along with adjunct professor and station manager of CPHS 6 (Port Huron Schools) Ed Senyk filmed the first televised basketball games ever at SC4. They will air…

Welcome Back Qatar

As SC4 students were beginning the semester, a few faces were absent from campus. A five-person team consisting of SC4 President Dr. Kevin Pollock, SC4 professor Robert Tansky, retired SC4 professor Thomas Mooney, SC4 Trustee Nicholas DeGrazia and Board of Trustees Chair John Adair. According to a press release by Shawn Starkey, Executive Director of…

One dollar. No, two dollars.

Students returning to school this January had quite the surprise when paying to park in the South McMorran lot. Previously, the price to park on the South lot was a single dollar, but as of Jan. 1, the price has doubled. The students may have gotten a surprise but the school knew of the price…