The holiday season is a special time during the year where collectively as a society we seem to band together to fight of the melancholy of winter. Lights are strung, carols are sung, and everyone is in the kitchen baking for big family reunions and parties.
But one insidious tradition stands among the rest when December comes around, and it comes in the guise of a fat man breaking and entering households and leaving behind presents for everyone who mom and dad think have behaved. Continue reading The season of receiving→
The demographics of the students at a community college are a vast assortment. I immediately noticed how diverse each of my classes were and how the diversity of the mentality of those in my classes matched.
At the age of 39, I started classes at SC4 this fall. In addition to my 11 credit hours, I work full-time, and am a single mother to three children.
I was amused while listening to the younger students discuss how they managed working part-time whilst taking full-time classes. This sent a cheeky grin across my face and a single thought to my mind, “Seriously?”
With a heavy heart we say farewell to Twana Pinskey, an incredible woman whose legacy of exceptional writing and familiar warmth will be remembered by the ESG newsroom for years to come.
Twana passed away Sept. 21 at 8:21 p.m., in Beaumont Hospital surrounded by family and friends after a battle against breast cancer, which she had been diagnosed with in June. Continue reading From the editor→
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