Help with winter registration

Tips and Advice for Winter Registration  Registering for winter classes is probably one of the first things that students think about before upcoming exams. Registration for winter classes is currently open. The winter semester begins January 13, 2014. Before Thanksgiving break is the best time for students to register for winter classes, as it can…

Reporter of the Month

Reporter of the Month is an award given to a staff writer of the Erie Square Gazette for journalistic excellence or above and beyond assistance given to help the Gazette in its mission to produce a quality publication for the students of SC4. Staff writers are chosen by vote from the editorial team.    …

Fundraiser raises over $5,000 for science museum

St. Clair County Community College President Dr. Kevin Pollock showed off his musical talent Thurs., Feb. 28 during a fundraiser to raise money to expand SC4’s Natural Science Museum on SC4’s Port Huron campus. Sponsored by the SC4 Foundation and Lynch’s Irish Tavern, “The Sounds of SC4 President Dr. Kevin A. Pollock” featured Dr. Pollock…

Better than “E.R.”

Student-to-teacher pelvic exams, literature, head shaving, humor, poetry, death, humanity, drama, sarcasm, medical lingo… this isn’t talking about an episode of “House.” The item currently on the table is an upcoming play here at SC4 called “Wit,” written by Margaret Edson. This production is being directed by Tom Kephart. On Jan. 23, the first read…

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Youngblood the carver

Youngblood the carver Twana Pinskey Managing Editor   Murder, mayhem, torture, voodoo and moonshine stills with a subplot of segregation. Sounds like the makings for a blockbuster movie when in actuality, it is all part of the story line in the book titled “Dillinger & Youngblood’s Wooden Gun” by author D. Gordon Franks. The front…