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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…

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SC4 students lack involvement in clubs

SC4 students lack involvement in clubs Liz Whittemore Photo Editor   College is the time where young adults tend to experiment with their newfound independence. Students involve themselves in campus life, living away from home, making new friends, taking on big loans, working long hours, and developing coffee addictions from late nights, in addition to…

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Secret santa

Secret santa Zachary Penzien Production Editor   Did you know Santa fought the Devil? And won! He is not as concrete of an idea as one may think. The modern Santa as we know him has only been around as long as Coke. Santa as we know him now is a combination of the 1920…

The sergeant disciplining the new recruits in the SC4 play “Biloxi Blues.” Photo Credit: Liz Whittemore.

An evening in Biloxi

An evening in Biloxi Nick Wedyke Staff Writer   Eugene Morris Jerome had three goals during World War II: losing his virginity, falling in love and not getting killed. This is the story of “Biloxi Blues,” the latest production by SC4’s Theatre Discipline. The play was performed in the SC4 Fine Arts Theatre Nov. 29…