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Local brewery enlists help of graphic design students

ThumbCoast re-releases the Huron Selkie Emily Mainguy Editor-in-Chief “We value education and giving the opportunity to help students get real world experiences,” explained Dennis Doyle, Founder and President of ThumbCoast Brewing Co. ThumbCoast Brewery gave students in the Graphic Design I class the opportunity to assist them with marketing one of their recent releasing beers…

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Freaky film for a fall night

Raven Café shows “Thir13en Ghosts” Kayla Flanagan Guest Writer It’s probably safe to say that for most people, Wednesdays aren’t exactly the day of the week that comes to mind when you are thinking of a day to do something fun. Trust me, it’s no different in my mind. However, when I heard that the…

Boo! (Or the lack thereof)

A review of the “Goosebumps” movie Mel Buskirk Copy Editor Only 90s kids would remember “Goosebumps!” Well, now we won’t be the only ones. The new “Goosebumps” movie was released on Oct 16 just in time for Halloween. Directed by Rob Letterman, starring Jack Black, with music composed by Danny Elfman and the nostalgia that…

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Walking on air

A review of new film “The Walk” Therese Majeski Guest Writer Visually absorbing and thrilling, “The Walk” is often quite literally breathtaking. Immersive, “The Walk” employs sweeping shots of stunning heights and death-defying high-wire deeds to deliver a deliciously vivid sense of vertigo. Telling the true story of high-wire walker Philippe Petit (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), a…

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Hot Patootie, bless my soul

  We really loved the rocky horror show Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor Here I stood on the stage with purple striped thigh high socks, a black short skirt, a teal tail with matching ears, and a gray striped low-cut shirt; it was time to dance to the Time Warp again. Such a sight would…

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The Apocalypse is upon us… again

The Winchesters have really messed up this time. Heather Silvola Guest Writer “Supernatural” season 11 premiered October 7 and it, at the least, exceeded my expectations. Past this point there will be spoilers, so SPOILER WARNING! Introducing: the big, the bad, the “Darkness!” The Winchesters have released the “Darkness” via a witch and so far…

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Parking Blues

The problems (and solutions) of the tarmac Katie Hunckler Staff Writer Whoever said finding a needle in a haystack was difficult obviously had never tried finding a parking space on a community college campus. Parking can be a challenge to begin with, but add in the fact that many students have only a narrow window…

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National Depression Screening Day

McLaren holds free screenings to raise awareness Mel Buskirk Copy Editor October 8 was National Depression Screening Day, and to celebrate the day McLaren health professionals partnered with St. Clair County Community Mental Health to offer free depression screenings at SC4. Students gathered in an enclosed section in the back of the cafeteria to sip…

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Family owned fall favorite

A review of Blake’s Apple Orchard Jamie Koebke Business Editor The first things I think of when I hear the word “fall” are sweaters, apple orchards, pumpkins and haunted everything. Another thing I think of is Blake’s Apple Orchard. Located in Armada, MI, Blake’s Apple Orchard offers not only apple picking, but they also offer…