Representation in media

Why fans are ruining any hope for good minority characters Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor Representation of minorities are important in media, but it’s time to realize we’re doing it wrong. And getting too excited about it. I guess this coming from a straight, white, woman that grew up with a lot of good role models…

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Shake, rattle, and roll

Noon and Night concert series dances to life Nick “Chico” Hernandez On Oct 22, viewers young and old came to the Fine Arts Building to witness Ann Arbor Dance Works’ “A Feast of Dancers” as post of SC4’s Noon and Night Concert Series. A variety of dancers performed eight different daces for the crowd, including…

May the Force (and the food) be with you

PKSA Karate hosts event for charity Mel Buskirk Copy Editor This Halloween many adults and children alike will be dressing up as their favorite Star Wars characters in anticipation for the new movie coming this December. While our tummies may be filled with sweet sugary goodness, many folks will have to go without. Through the…

Progressive muscle relaxation

Why it can be effective for you Amanda Prigel Guest Writer Stressed with the daily demands in your life? Anxious from having to juggle all of your responsibilities? Having trouble sleeping at night? Progressive muscle relaxation is a technique that can help alleviate these problems. A healthy and natural alternative to taking prescription medication, progressive…

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Subjects come to life!

Knowledge and passion circulate at the STEM Conference Katie Hunckler Staff Writer Passion oozed from presenters like lava from a volcano during SC4’s third annual STEM Conference; it was as if they just couldn’t hold back their excitement about their topics any longer, so it all burst out in one grand event! This passion had…

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A dark turn for a light hearted play

A review of SC4 Players of the production of Relatively Speaking. Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor The words of Tom Kephart, theatre director for SC4, ring through my head, “Comedy isn’t easy to do well.” “The SC4 Players all proven willing and able to tackle the challenge of these three comedies, each quite different in its…

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Local brewery enlists help of graphic design students

ThumbCoast re-releases the Huron Selkie Emily Mainguy Editor-in-Chief “We value education and giving the opportunity to help students get real world experiences,” explained Dennis Doyle, Founder and President of ThumbCoast Brewing Co. ThumbCoast Brewery gave students in the Graphic Design I class the opportunity to assist them with marketing one of their recent releasing beers…

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Freaky film for a fall night

Raven Café shows “Thir13en Ghosts” Kayla Flanagan Guest Writer It’s probably safe to say that for most people, Wednesdays aren’t exactly the day of the week that comes to mind when you are thinking of a day to do something fun. Trust me, it’s no different in my mind. However, when I heard that the…

Boo! (Or the lack thereof)

A review of the “Goosebumps” movie Mel Buskirk Copy Editor Only 90s kids would remember “Goosebumps!” Well, now we won’t be the only ones. The new “Goosebumps” movie was released on Oct 16 just in time for Halloween. Directed by Rob Letterman, starring Jack Black, with music composed by Danny Elfman and the nostalgia that…

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Walking on air

A review of new film “The Walk” Therese Majeski Guest Writer Visually absorbing and thrilling, “The Walk” is often quite literally breathtaking. Immersive, “The Walk” employs sweeping shots of stunning heights and death-defying high-wire deeds to deliver a deliciously vivid sense of vertigo. Telling the true story of high-wire walker Philippe Petit (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), a…