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Blues and Folk music unite

Blues group and local band reel in crowd at SC4’s theatre Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief On the night of Oct. 4, the audience in SC4’s Fine Arts theatre exploded with applause when Coordinator of the Arts Celeste Skalnek announced that she was thrilled to have Madcat Midnight Blues performing SC4. The event featured opening band Gasoline…

Singing Strings

The Lexington String Quartet comes to SC4 Gregory Garofalo Lifestyle Editor Last week on SC4 campus, the strings were singing and the music stirred and swayed the spirits of the young and old alike. The Lexington Bach Strings Quartet returned to campus. Filled to the brim with talent, the quartet performed exquisite classics from the…

Brownies frowned upon?

A deeper look into the rumors of a bake sale ban Melanie Buskirk Staff Writer Members of campus clubs, such as the new club NerdCore, are frustrated with the rumor of a bake sale ban circulating around the College Center. According to Jess Gray, Vice President of NerdCore, a bake sale ban could heavily impact…

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Everyone is welcome at the GSA

Gay Straight Alliance, a community for all Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community, as well as straight allies, have found a home at the Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) Club at St. Clair Community College (SC4). The GSA has been at SC4 since fall semester 2009 and has helped…

Scholarships: what students should know

Students’ questions answered Mairead Warner Staff Writer Scholarships, a way to avoid high debt and obtain free money for school for students. According Jo Cassar, Director of Financial Asstiance and Services at SC4, Students can go to sc4.edu/money for scholarships. Students will know that they have received a scholarship through e-mail and will be notified…

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A two-sided performance coming soon

A new twist on an old tale Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a familiar tale that has been spun many times. But Tom Kephart, Artistic Director for the SC4 Players, hints that the upcoming play won’t be the normal Jekyll and Hyde story. According to Kephart, “This adaptation of…

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Kick-off, beer’s big month

Wolverine’s market Oktoberfest festival returns Therese Padgham Guest Writer Sept. 27, 2014 was a pitcher-perfect-day for the second craft beer Oktoberfest at Kiefer Park in Port Huron. Hundreds joined at the park on scenic St. Clair River to celebrate the beer tasting festival. A dozen Michigan brew houses presented both keg and bottled products from…

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Still Running; still got it

Acoustic band provides a twist on the usual sound Lily Petit Staff Writer Still Running consists of the acoustic sounds of Mike Mercatante, 54, and Jenna Reed, 46, who entertain the customers of The Raven Café every last Saturday of the month. For nine years Still Running has been providing an eclectic mix of rock,…