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Puppies and kittens benefit from giving

WSJR and SNAP collecting donations to help less fortunate furry critters Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor 91.3 FM WSGR (also known as the radio club) is now collecting donations for Humane Society of St. Clair/SNAP in the form of three boxes -one in the Main Building, one in the Fine Arts, one in the Atrium…

Music to my ears

Sharing world class music with SC4 Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor Music may not be your forté, but the next Noon and Night concert won’t b-flat to you. The SC4 Noon and Night presents a flute and percussion duo from the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO). The duo, Sharon Sparrow and Joe Becker, will perform on Thursday,…

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St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations at SC4

GSA holds themed “Gayme” night Lauren Schwartz Staff Writer On Thursday, March 10, SC4’s Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) hosted a “Gayme” Night St. Patrick’s Day edition. A GSA is a school or student led group found primarily in high schools, community colleges, and universities in order to provide a safe and supportive environment on campus for…

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Sit back and relax

Coping with stress during finals Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor Though it may not feel like it, Finals are just around the corner, and most students start off by pretending they don’t exist. Finals are a big undertaking, but the stress those pesky tests and projects cause ruin many students’ last month of college. Take it…

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Healthy fun in the sun

Friendly reminder to apply sunscreen Brooke Roberts Guest writer Summer is quickly approaching and many of us are worried about how we are going to look in our bathing suits. But how many of us are worried about protecting our skin during those long summer days? Being educated and proactive in your healthcare can result…

Exploring Religions: Islam and Christianity

Student essay comparing foundations of faith Tara Elizabeth Guest Writer Islam and Christianity have always been viewed as two completely different religions, each with their own rules. Each have been viewed as radical due to the nature of the people who follow the religions, but are they really? It’s all about interpretation of their own…

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A big heart in a young kid

Student collects hygiene products for homeless Jamie Koebke Business Editor Imagine being a high school student, a college student, working part time and collecting items for local homeless shelters all at the same time. This is exactly what seventeen year old Macy Wurmlinger is doing. The Landmark Academy and St. Clair County Community College student…

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Give it your best shot

Bringing change to the community Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor While it’s not easy to dedicate one’s life to making a community great again, that doesn’t stop Trina Kern-Avedisian. Born in Port Huron, Avedisian, founder and president of the Citizens for a Vibrant Community (CVC) and employee of Wolverine Market, made it a goal to show…