Is recycling a myth?

Recycled excuses

While walking on campus, most students have probably seen one of the eight student-made recycling bins throughout the buildings. They give a sense of reassurance to students, a promise that SC4 is being responsible with their garbage.
What if it were all a lie? Read on…

Oh what fun we had together

Closing thoughts from the newsroom

Every year around springtime in student newspapers all across the country, student editors hit their keyboards and start penning their farewell columns.
And while it might seem cliché, in this instance I argue tradition should be upheld. We have a lot to talk about. Read on…

Coordinator of the Arts, Celeste Skalnek, begins the art award portion of the Patterns reception on Sun. April 27. Photo credit: Lily Petit

Stories, ceramics, and soldiers

This year, Patterns is about, “featuring and honoring the life, service, and artwork of veterans,” English professor and master of ceremonies, Cliff Johnson, proudly stated during the Patterns reception at 2 p.m. on Sun. April 27.
Each is a veteran of the Iraq war, although they come from different branches of the military…

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Cap is back

BAM! POW! “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” swings open the gate to summer movies. Reeling in a $96 million opening weekend at the box office. it is one of the strongest Marvel movies to date.
And here’s why:

Commencement speaker Avrie Dunsmore, Photo credit: Avrie Dunsmore

Meet the amazing Avrie Dunsmore

Commencement for SC4 brings out the best in all graduates and honors the work that they’ve done.
Selected to be the key note speaker for this year’s commencement ceremony, Avrie A. Dunsmore, 23, hopes to bring that to light. Read more about the key note speaker….

SC4 Fine Arts Building practice room before renovations. Photo credit: Gregory Garofalo

Summer construction to begin May 10

For a while, the sound of music will not be heard coming from the Fine Arts Building. Instead, the sounds of construction will.
Beginning Saturday, May 10 the Fine Arts Building will be closed until August 15 for the construction to the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system (HVAC) and other various projects to the building. Read on…

Pet of the Issue -RustyCat. Photo credit: Angie Stoecklin

Pet of the issue

Looking for a new furry friend to add to your home? Then look no further than this blonde feline, Rusty.
Rusty is about 8 months old. When he arrived at the humane society his name was Blondie, but volunteers changed his name to the more masculine Rusty.