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That 70’s affair

SC4 Red Carpet Affair raises $40,400 for preforming arts. Gregory Garofalo Lifestyle Editor On Saturday Nov. 1, students, faculty and benefactors grooved their way back to the time of lava lamps and disco as they attended the 11th annual SC4 Red Carpet Affair. Last year the benefactors met and surpassed their two year goal of…

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A club for business majors

Marketing and Management Club Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor President of the Marketing and Management club Delani Thibodeau, 19, described the club as, “a club for business orientated and marketing majors that helps students learn marketing and management techniques. It opens the doors for marketing and long term associates in the business field.” M&M has…

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Gayme Night

Nostalgic games provided by GSA and Nerdcore Melanie Buskirk Staff Writer Gamers clustered around the big screens in the cafeteria this past Wednesday, Oct. 29 during Gayme Night – an event sponsored by the Gay Straight Alliance and Nerdcore. The event was held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the cafeteria with a $1…

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Cajun Gator? Forgettaboutit!

Goodfella’s Grill now open in downtown Port Huron Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor If a mobster were to ever sit down and dine in Port Huron, Goodfella’s would be the first place you’d see him. When the Cajun Gator closed its doors, Goodfella’s owner Pete Norager, who also owns the Angry Bull in Kimball Township,…

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Downtown Delights

5 local restaurants your taste buds should explore Lily Petit Staff Writer Like many SC4 students, I grew up in the Port Huron area and have watched the downtown area spark itself into a fine area for food. However, many students are not from around good ole’ PoHo and may not know where to go…

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A greater step to a bigger mission

Richard Bernstien runs for Justice in the Supreme Court Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief When first meeting someone, how do we judge them? Usually for most people, it’s a visual judgment, whether negative or positive. Richard Bernstein, Democratic candidate for Michigan’s Supreme Court Justice, never had that option. Born with Congenital Cataracts and Retinitis Pigmentosa, Bernstein faces…