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Letter from the Editor

Farewell for now Angie Stoecklin Editor-in-Chief The time to say goodbye is here again. I can honestly say that my experience as Editor-in-Chief of the Erie Square Gazette would have little reflection of happiness if it wasn’t for the people that I worked closely with for the past year or so. In my position, I…

Fun in the Sun

Jamie Koebke Staff Writer Waves crashing, sunshine warming every inch of you, and the taste of cold beer all over your taste buds, is the best way to describe summer in Port Huron. The Port Huron area offer summer events starting in early May and going until the end of August. An upcoming event is…

All-SC4 Academic team named

SC4 students receive academic honor Lily Petit Staff Writer Students Emily Wilton and Kaitlynn Rumsey were named to SC4’s Academic Team according to a press release from March 23. Wilton and Rumsey were automatically named to the All-Michigan Academic Team when they were accepted to the All-SC4 Academic Team. The SC4 alumni association gave Wilton…

57th annual “Patterns” edition gets released

Features 45 students and 85 pieces of literature and art Emily Mainguy Production Editor “SC4’s ‘Patterns’ is the longest continually published community college literary and arts magazine in the state,” stated Martha Pennington, Director of Marketing. The 57th annual “Patterns” was designed by a trio of students this year, Paige Falk in charge of Layout…

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Romanian Native among US

She’s a doctor (of history) not a mathematician Lily Petit Staff Writer History has molded our society, and in turn our lives. However, history may have impacted St. Clair County Community college adjunct instructor, Oana Suditu the most. Suditu teaches History 101 and 102. She fostered her affinity for the past as early as the…

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Tyler Smith Sport Editor This year’s sports season had its ups and downs. With the Woman’s Basketball team making it to the semi-finals, Men’s Basketball team stuck in a rut the entire season. While the softball team rises though the standings and the baseball team has proven to be consistent, showing all teams are resilient…

Donate to save a life

And get a free sticker too Colleen Viger Guest writer When we look at a driver’s license we see such things as name, height, weight, and possibly a little red heart? That red heart symbol could be the symbol of life for some people. The Gift of Life Michigan website has a lot of great…

Proposition 1 raising taxes to fix the roads

Is it worth it? Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor On May 5, the people of Michigan will vote on Proposition 1 which is an attempt by Governor Snyder to raise funding to fix the roads. According to 2014 data from the Michigan Transportation Asset Management Council, only 17% of Michigan’s roads are in good shape,…