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2016 SC4 Career Fair offers employment opportunities

Local companies looking for new workforce members Dennis Embo Guest Writer “We’re hiring!” That message came through loud and clear to the job-seeking throngs who answered the call to come out to SC4’s annual Career Fair on April 20, held at SC4’s College Center. Over 60 companies and public service organizations, representing career fields as…

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Furry friends educate families

Earth Fair 2016 a hoot Mel Buskirk Copy Editor Earth Fair took place this past Friday and Saturday, April 29 and 30, at Goodells County Park. Hundreds of people attended each day to learn about the environment, local ecosystems, and techniques to be more eco-friendly. Attractions included beekeepers, a show on birds of prey, petting…

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Award winners announced

Patterns 58th edition available now Emily Mainguy Editor-in-Chief On Thursday, April 28 the 58th Edition of Patterns was debuted to the public during an award ceremony in the Fine Arts Theatre. This year the magazine was created by Jason Grill, Emily Mainguy and Blair Spear. “Overall I think it was a great experience. Prior to…

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Trust in me

“The Jungle Book” works with more than just the bear necessities Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor From what could have been a simple live action remake comes instead a full-fledged, well voiced, and seamlessly strung together adventure. Prepare to feel like a child again when recognizing old tunes made new again, and characters brought fully…

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What’s old is new again

Free play coming to SC4 Theatre soon Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor From May 12 to May 15, The SC4 Players will perform the play “The Odd Couple” in the Fine Arts Theatre. The play is free to SC4 students, facility, staff, and alumni that present the Skippers OneCard. The play is also free for…

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The wild goose chase

Canadian geese on campus and how it affects students Mel Buskirk Copy Editor “I really don’t like them here,” Yan Kobylyatskiy, 22 year old sophomore from Moscow stated referring to SC4’s feathered immigrant population, the Canadian geese. Most students share Kobylyatskiy’s sentiment over the federally protected birds. Not only do the geese leave greenish droppings…