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Ashes to ashes, dust to dust

“Mighty Marysville” Power Plant now collapsed Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor On Nov. 7, the former DTE owned Marysville Power Plant collapsed in a great wall of dust and brick. The blast was heard all across Marysville, while the dust covered the river. Eight seconds, and the Plant was no more. In 2011, the “Mighty…

Healthy and delicious can be nutritious

Frances Lograsso Guest Writer The holidays are around the corner, and many people are already planning their New Year’s resolution to lose the weight they will gain this season. Think about a different resolution and begin or continue healthy eating habits now. What a person eats or, more importantly, does not eat, is an important…

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The priceless gift

Preventing blood cancer Brooke Roberts Guest Writer Did you know that according to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society approximately every three minutes someone in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer and approximately every nine minutes someone in the U.S. dies from a blood cancer? Leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, and myelodysplastic syndromes are all…

Representation in media

Why fans are ruining any hope for good minority characters Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor Representation of minorities are important in media, but it’s time to realize we’re doing it wrong. And getting too excited about it. I guess this coming from a straight, white, woman that grew up with a lot of good role models…

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Shake, rattle, and roll

Noon and Night concert series dances to life Nick “Chico” Hernandez On Oct 22, viewers young and old came to the Fine Arts Building to witness Ann Arbor Dance Works’ “A Feast of Dancers” as post of SC4’s Noon and Night Concert Series. A variety of dancers performed eight different daces for the crowd, including…

May the Force (and the food) be with you

PKSA Karate hosts event for charity Mel Buskirk Copy Editor This Halloween many adults and children alike will be dressing up as their favorite Star Wars characters in anticipation for the new movie coming this December. While our tummies may be filled with sweet sugary goodness, many folks will have to go without. Through the…

Progressive muscle relaxation

Why it can be effective for you Amanda Prigel Guest Writer Stressed with the daily demands in your life? Anxious from having to juggle all of your responsibilities? Having trouble sleeping at night? Progressive muscle relaxation is a technique that can help alleviate these problems. A healthy and natural alternative to taking prescription medication, progressive…

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Subjects come to life!

Knowledge and passion circulate at the STEM Conference Katie Hunckler Staff Writer Passion oozed from presenters like lava from a volcano during SC4’s third annual STEM Conference; it was as if they just couldn’t hold back their excitement about their topics any longer, so it all burst out in one grand event! This passion had…

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A dark turn for a light hearted play

A review of SC4 Players of the production of Relatively Speaking. Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor The words of Tom Kephart, theatre director for SC4, ring through my head, “Comedy isn’t easy to do well.” “The SC4 Players all proven willing and able to tackle the challenge of these three comedies, each quite different in its…