SC4 Free College Day presenter Kim Murphy demonstrates how to take readings of the SC4 nursing simulators Saturday, March 29. Photo credit Liz Whittemore

No price on learning

SC4’s Free College Day draws Hannah Hunter Staff Writer According to the SC4 website, Free College Day is a day that provides free, one-hour sessions on a variety of topic including arts and crafts, business,…

St. Clair County Earth Fair

Make going green eco-easy Nichole Hatcher Staff Writer St. Clair County’s annual Earth Fair begins on Friday, April 25 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and continues into Sat. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.…

New student government (pictured from left to right) Tonya Snover, Brian Heidt, James Wilson, and William Warner. Photo credit Lily Petit

Every vote counts

New student government president wins by one vote Lily Petit Staff Writer In an election that struggled to garner student support, the claim that every vote matters is demonstrated. One vote away from victory, Rachel…

Secratary Mary Hawtin, president Kevin Pollock, and chairperson of the board Nicholas DeGrazia, watch the Criminal Justice presentation by Jim Jones. Photo credit Angie Stoecklin

Progress made, budget revised

Board of trustees reviews CJ program and budget Angie Stoecklin Copy Editor The SC4 board of trustees meeting on April 17 consisted mostly of budget reviews, and a PowerPoint presentation by Jim Jones updating the…

Moxie Strings fiddler Diana Ladio during the SC4 noon concert March 27 in the SC4’s Fine Arts Theatre on the Port Huron campus. Photo credit Liz Whittemore.

Bowed strings and pretty things

The Moxie Strings rock the Fine Arts Theatre Kristopher Reynolds Staff Writer [caption id="attachment_8477" align="alignright" width="212"] Moxie Strings member Alison Lynn playing the electric cello during the SC4 noon concert March 27 in the SC4’s…

Honored students gather for a group photo after SC4’s Student Recognition Ceremony April 16 in the Fine Arts Theatre on the Port Huron campus. Photo credit Liz Whittemore.

Acknowledging brilliance among us

SC4 Student Recognition Ceremony honors 168 students Erick Fredendall Editor-in-Chief Rachel King’s parents looked on proudly as she walked onto the Fine Arts Theatre stage alongside other students recognized at SC4’s annual Student Recognition Ceremony.…

Above: Chart representing student age groups at SC4. The CL5 program started in the fall 2010 semester, and the BWMCA began the following year, in the fall 2011 semester.

Kiddies on campus

Instructors raise concerns over early admission students Erick Fredendall Editor-in-Chief A recent discussion between SC4 educators over an email chain highlights a growing concern amongst faculty over the increase in high school students on campus.…

Top row, L-R: Gregory Garofalo, Managing Editor, Erick Fredendall, Editor-in-Chief, Mairead Warner, Staff writer, Emily Mainguy, Assistant Production Editor, Brendan Buffa, Sports Editor, Angela Stoecklin, Copy Editor. Bottom row, L-R: Nick “Chico” Hernandez, Staff Writer, Elizabeth Whittemore, Photo Editor, Kaylee Bert, Staff Photographer, and Zachary Penzien, Production Editor, the Erie Square Gazette delegation at MCCPA in Mount Pleasant.

Tooting our own horn

SC4 student newspaper honored at annual press convention Erick Fredendall Editor-in-Chief A delegation of editors and writers of from the Erie Square Gazette traveled to Central Michigan University on April 5 to participate in the…