Grand Theft Auto V Online review

From server woes to mysterious glitches GTA V online starts off shaky.      Grand Theft Auto online launched on Oct. 1 and was instantly too big of an undertaking for Rockstar’s (GTA V’s development company) servers. It’s what I expected when the numbers of units sold came out after the GTA V launch on…

Internet addiction: are you an addict?

Everyone has wasted a few hours cruising around on the Internet, but is there a risk of becoming addicted? According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine, addiction is characterized by “inability to consistently abstain, impairment in behavioral control, craving, diminished recognition of significant problems with one’s behaviors and interpersonal relationships, and a dysfunctional emotional…

Bourbon Street coming to Port Huron

A little slice of Bourbon Street is coming to Port Huron, and according to Jeremy Stemen, general manager of the Cajun Gator, it will be opening in a couple of weeks. The Cajun Gator is inspired by New Orleans’ Bourbon Street and is located right across from the SC4 campus’s main building on Huron Street.

Club Awareness Day

Each semester, Student Government organizes Club Awareness Day in the Student Center at SC4.  This semester, the event yielded an unusually small amount of participants, students and clubs alike. To encourage active participation in Club Awareness Day, Student Government offered passports; a piece of paper that students could collect stamps on for every club booth…

SC4 hosts Dr. Robert T. Bakker

The famous paleontologist keynotes STEM Conference.    SC4 will host Houston Museum of Natural Science Curator of Paleontology Dr. Robert T. Bakker to speak during the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education conference, Friday Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. in SC4’s Fine Arts Theatre. Bakker is the keynote speaker for an evening lecture on…

Ray Charles lives again

On June 10, in year 2004 the music industry lost one of the most influential artists to ever grace the Earth with their presence. I am speaking of course, of Ray Charles. Frank Sinatra said Charles was “the only genius in show business.” Even Billy Joel stated that he may have been more important than…