Video games not to blame

Video games always seem to be the butt of controversy when a new, violent game is released, but is the game really to blame, I say no. The heavily anticipated video game “Grand Theft Auto…

Waitressing woes

Servant, the help, the waiter, bringer of food and beverage; that is, your typical server working hard to make ends meet. Workers in the restaurant industry work long hours, deal with complaints all day, work…

What do you think of SC4’s new logo

    Q: What do you think of SC4’s new logo?   Andrew Hohmann Sophomore A: I like it and think it’s fresh. I prefer it over the seal.   Brendan Brown Freshman A: The…

The SC4 squiggle

A closer look at the new logo of SC4 SC4’s new logo is certainly drawing a lot of attention. Proclaimed by the college’s website to be a “symbol of success,” the site explains that the…

DRM, the uncertain future of gaming

In lieu of recent events, myself, being an avid gamer is troubled by the seemingly endless dispute over “always-on” video games. DRM or Digital Rights Management, is an access control technology used by video game…

Marriage equality paints Facebook red

Facebook has lit up red with supporters of marriage equality showing their support with a single image of the traditional “Human Rights Campaign's” logo depicted in red being used as profile pictures. The image originally…

Better safe than sorry?

As the possibility of fracking in Michigan becomes increasingly more likely, citizens are banning together to prevent what they believe to be a catastrophic degradation of the environment. But are they just buying into politicized…