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Makeup and music to midnight

Art Night draws students and community to SC4 Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief The first ever Art Night on Sept. 19 at SC4 brought an “overwhelming response from the community,” as Adjunct Instructor Myrna Pronchuck put it. Members of the community and SC4 between the ages of 14 to 30 were welcome to register to take place…

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Five things to do this fall

Because pumpkin spiced lattes aren’t for everyone Lily Petit Staff Writer Sweater weather, fall flavors, and seeking spooky experiences are all part of enjoying autumn. But what’s to be done if you aren’t thrilled about the typical fall experiences? 1. Try Dairy Queen’s new pumpkin pie blizzard: The only thing I like more than pie…

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Cracking the secrets of The Vault

The Vault Sweet Shop cuts the ribbon Gregory Garofalo Lifestyle Editor The Vault. A treasure trove of untold sweets and ice cream flavors. Recently purchased Round Island Sweet Shop, has been re-named and re-purposed since May 23. “We just launched sandwiches,” says Vault co-owner James Branch, “We have phases and plans moving forward. Our first…

The YMCA of the Blue Water Area

Helping a charity and learning more about the Y Mairead Warner Staff Writer The YMCA of the Blue Water Area is teaming up with the charitable organization, “Kids In Distress Services, Inc.” also known as (KIDS). These two organizations are joining forces by giving families the opportunity to donate gently used clothing. The clothing drive…

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Farewell for now

The SchwonkSoundStead hosts Manifest the Machine’s last show Lily Petit Staff Writer Don’t miss what might be your last chance to hear Manifest the Machine live. The Port Huron based experimental rock band will be stepping out of the public light for an indefinite period of time. Manifest the Machine will be playing on Sept.…

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NerdCore

There’s a new group of geeks on campus Melanie Buskirk Staff Writer Students packed the College Center on Tuesday Sep. 16 for Club Awareness Day. Well established clubs such as the Gay Straight Alliance, Phi Theta Kappa, and the Zombie Defense Council set up displays, but had to make room for a brand-new upcoming group,…

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The first MCCAA games tastes like victory

Skippers triumph over Schoolcraft in volleyball game Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor St. Clair County Community College’s Lady Skippers started slow in the first set, but quickly picked up the pace to secure a win over Schoolcraft College. The Sept. 16 game showed both teams being evenly matched most of the time (15-25, 25-23, 25-20,…