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SC4 professor offers solutions to national quandary Democrats, Republicans: None of the Above gives political perspective

Therese Majeski Copy Editor Kraig Archer, a professor of sociology here at SC4, has written a book that he believes has timely application to our current political state and that he hopes will motivate readers to pursue alternatives to the current two-party system. “I would like my book to lead to a new political movement,”…

The rise of a new classic

The rise of a new classic Hayley Myron Webmaster   All the mystical figures you loved as a child jam packed into a full feature film? I say heck yes. Last weekend I went with my family to go see “The Rise of the Guardians” and let me tell you, it was worth every penny.…

Only one more episode to go

Only one more episode to go Hayley Myron Webmaster   Two words: gut wrenching. I just finished watching the second to last episode of Showtime’s hit TV show “Dexter” and let me tell you, it wasn’t easy. “Dexter” is one of the greatest shows to ever grace the flat screen TV. I started watching this…

Illustration by Liz Whittemore

Regifting

Regifting Liz Whittemore Photo Editor   Force yourself to smile, say thank you, and look enthusiastic. We’ve all had that moment during the holidays. A distant relative suddenly feels the need to buy you a gift, though they have no idea what you need or would like. Upon presentation of the gift, we have two…

SC4 alumni donates $500,000 to scholarships

SC4 alumni donates $500,000 to scholarships Liz Whittemore Photo Editor   The pursuit of knowledge just got a little less expensive. SC4 alumni and local businessman Gene Oldford made a donation to set up a scholarship fund in the amount of $500,000 to the SC4 Foundation’s All Aboard: Campaign for Talent, Technology, and Tomorrow specifically…

Textbooks used at SC4 for the fall 2012 semester. Photo Credit: Rachael Pittiglio

Between semesters

Between semesters Rachael Pittiglio Guest writer   You have a minimum of 23 days. But don’t worry—it’s just winter break. SC4’s final week of classes and exams begins on Dec. 17 and ends on Dec. 21, and the winter 2013 semester does not start until Jan. 14.  This means there is just a little more…

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…

Photo Credit: Twana Pinskey

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…

Photo Credit Twana Pinskey

“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…