Choosing your career

Choosing your career Hayley Myron Webmaster   It is our own choice. Finding out what we want to do for the rest of our lives is not an easy job. No one can tell us what the right path to take is, and they cannot help us decide. It is all left up to us.…

Be prepared

Be prepared Liz Whittemore Photo Editor To see a man you consider a second father thrashing around on the floor, unable to control any movement in his body, is not something I can easily put into words. The other night I experienced this for the second time, ironically during epilepsy awareness month. Aside from calling…

Veterans’ Day is past, but giving is not

Veterans’ Day is past, but giving is not Christina Stoutenburg Editor-in-Chief   “Gazette Gives Back to Michigan Veterans” collection drive is seeking donations. The drive started Nov. 12 and runs through Dec. 10, with drop boxes in the Main Building outside room 122 and in the Public Relations Office on the second floor, as well…

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Artist stomping ground comes to downtown Port Huron

Artist stomping ground comes to downtown Port Huron Erick Fredendall Business/Advertising Editor Equip. Empower. Engage. Inspire. Those four words are the inspiration and mission of the new downtown business, Art for Good, a creative café and arts workshop that will be celebrating its grand opening Dec. 1 from 1-6 p.m., and will be hosting raffles…

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For the “Dragon Age” fans

For the “Dragon Age” fans Danielle Kennedy Copy Editor As “Dragon Age” fans all over await the release of game three, “Dragon Age: The Silent Grove” might help ease the pain. Written by David Gaider, lead writer for the “Dragon Age” games, and Alexander Freed, senior writer for “Star Wars: The Old Republic,” and illustrated…

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Dawn of a new “Saga”

Dawn of a new “Saga” Zachary Penzien Production Editor “Saga” is Brian K. Vaughan’s, producer of “Lost” and writer of “Y: the Last Man,” newest comic endeavor, along with artist Fiona Staples. “Saga” has recently found its home in trade paperback form. Through “Saga,” Vaughan creates a world of strange creatures, weird locations and ghost…

It happened in the 11th hour

It happened in the 11th hour Joyce Smith Staff Writer The 11th hour of the 11th day, of the 11th month, of 1918 was when the First World War ended. This day became known as Armistice Day. Later, after the end of World War II a veteran by the name of Raymond Weeks organized a…

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“Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree”

“Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree” Twana Pinskey Managing Editor “Oh Christmas Tree Oh Christmas Tree, thy candles shine so brightly” are lyrics from Ernst Gebhard Anschutz’s 1824 song. In 2012, local Christmas trees will shine brightly because of Port Huron Hospital’s 24th Annual Festival of Trees. This event will be held Dec. 1-2 at…

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Pets of the issue

Pets of the issue   Christina Stoutenburg Editor-in-Chief To help cover adoption fees, an anonymous supporter has offered to help cover the cost of any pet featured in the Erie Square Gazette. For more information on adopting these pets, contact the Sanilac County Humane Society at (810) 657-8962 or e-mail them at societypets @att.net. You…

Winter registration reminder

Winter registration reminder Danielle Kennedy Copy Editor A reminder to students who have yet to register for winter semester, the ability to register with no payment down is Nov. 30. Once December begins, full payment will be due upon registering. Registration for the winter semester will be open until Jan. 22. Final payments, for those…