Tuition

Tuition increase on the horizon

Tuition rate rises explained Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief SC4’s yearly tuition rise is approved to go into effect for the upcoming fall semester. Each tuition category, in-district, out-district, student fees, etc. are on the rise for varying amounts. Here’s how much each category will increase: In-District: $3 rise Out-District: $6 rise Out-State: $9 rise Student Fee:…

It’s just good business, Jack

Marketing and Management club hosting events to help you Tyler Smith Sports Editor The Marketing and Management club are holding to two events on St. Clair County Community College’s campus. Representatives Dan Lauwers, Andrea LaFontaine, and Paul Muxlow along with Senator Phil Pavlov and Deputy Director of Strategy Mike Brownfield will be welcomed to the…

Board of Trustees chair vacant no more

Geoffry Kusch fills board seat Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief After James Relken’s resignation from the SC4 Board of Trustees, the board received over 20 applications from those interested in filling the vacant seat. After carefully reviewing the applications, the board selected Geoffry Kusch, 66 and a retired physician and Port Huron resident since 2011. Kusch and…

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Stressbreaker takes over the cafeteria

Student Government hosts Stressbreaker Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief This semester Stressbreaker’s “Game” theme sparked lines of students at various corners of the cafeteria on Wednesday, March 18. The event featured hard hitting activities such as guitar hero, PTK’s Buzz Feed quizzes, chair massages from employees of Lakewood School of Therapeutic Massage, and psychic readings from psychic…

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“In-tents” St. Paddy’s celebration

Beer tent in front of McMorran Place D.J. Palm Staff Writer Protection from the wind, ice cold beer, live music and space heaters made for a very comfortable setting as McMorran Place held their annual beer tent for Pub Crawl 2015. Downtown Port HuronurHurionhh streets were filled with the color of green on the clothing…

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St. Patty’s parade

Jamie Koebke Staff Writer Brisk temperatures, a sea of green and excitement filled downtown Port Huron on Saturday March 14 for the St. Patrick’s Day parade. The St. Patrick’s Day parade took place at noon, starting before Pub Crawl at 1pm. The parade route started at Pine Grove Park and ended on Quay Street. The…

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Microsoft Makeover

Project Spartan brings Internet Explorer to a close Lily Petit Staff Writer A leader in technology since their debut in 1975, Microsoft is trying to uphold their reputation by fixing their weakest link. Microsoft is discontinuing their 19 year old browser, Internet Explorer. Internet Explorer (IE) has been reviewed as slow and prone to freezing…