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Morrow Road, haunted?

A local legend Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor In the darkest nights, at the quietest of times, fear can grip the sanest minds. Many people have experienced the fear when they made a pilgrimage to the infamous Morrow Road. The southern part of the road is located in Clay Township (on the outskirts of Algonac)…

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Halloween in the Blue Water Area

What to during the Spooky holiday Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor It’s that time of the year. Where small children dress up and ask strangers for candy, and parents then “check” the candy and eat it themselves. Yes, Halloween, the spookiest of the Holidays. For those of you who can’t partake in free candy, there is…

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Forget oil, education is where the real money is

Pearson leads the education industry, but that isn’t good Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor Nothing in this country is safe from monopolization and corporate greed, and the education industry is no exception. All over social media, students of every age are voicing their dislike for today’s education industry, and the rising obsession with standardized testing.…

Skippers OneCard

Jamie Koebke Business Editor The Skippers OneCard is not just students school ID. But it also the key to discounts to places around Port Huron. The Skippers OneCard allows students access into SC4’s fitness center, along with use in the library and bookstore and provides easy access to financial aid refunds. Students who do not…

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A night of creativity

SC4’s Art Night brings in a crowd of the creative. Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor SC4 once again hosted Art Night where students of all ages could come and learn something about art and get a hands on experience. It began at 6 P.M. and went to midnight, with four class sessions during the night in…

Class cancellation conundrum

How enrollment numbers have affected your schedule Mel Buskirk Copy Editor Coming back this fall, one might have noticed that more of their classes have been cancelled or that it seems like there is less traffic along the sidewalks crossing the campus. With only 3,821 students enrolled this semester, low enrollment is clearly the cause…

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The Clarinet Swing Kings return to SC4

Back to knock your socks off Emily Mainguy Editor-in-Chief “Playing music makes me the happiest person alive, and when I see the audience really getting into it, it just makes it perfect, “explains Dave Bennett. The Clarinet Swing Kings Quartet visited SC4 again this past Saturday, Sep. 26. The last time Bennett performed at SC4…

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Skippers claim victory over Oakland

A close game between SC4 and Oakland Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor Ferocity and raw passion covered the gym September 22 as the Lady Skippers went head-to-head in an exhausting five set game versus Oakland Community College. The Skippers emerged from the game victorious 23-25, 27-25, 19-25, 28-26, and 15-11, bringing them up to 20-1…

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Pedal & Park at Pine Grove Park

Bicycle enthusiast event took place for a fifth year Mel Buskirk Copy Editor Bikers of all ages gathered at Pine Grove Park during the 2015 Pedal & Park to show off their rides on a chilly Saturday afternoon on Sept. 19. The event, usually taking place in August, started five years ago to celebrate the…

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Color me a sundae

Jamie Koebke Business Editor Smooth guitar riffs, heavy harmonica and just a touch of piano filled the Exquisite Corpse Coffee House and Golden Rodent Gallery on Friday September 25th, for Desmond District’s Fourth Friday. The Corpse was not the only downtown business open later than usual on Friday night. The Raven Café, and The Vault…