undies

Fighting the tax on feminine hygiene

Michigan bills to ease monetary menstruation woes Jamie Koebke Business Editor The fear and panic that sets in when you think you’ve started your period in public and aren’t sure if you have a tampon, is unlike any other panic that is felt. You run to the bathroom just to realize that you don’t have…

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Late to the game

Some cars play sports together Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor Soccer, also known as futbol, hasn’t changed much through the years. The ball gets kicked, there are nets, teams, etc. But the burning question calls out: What if cars played soccer? Here’s the answer to the question no one was asking, “Rocket League.” A game where…

datbootytracer

It’s fake. Get over it.

Censorship in media Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor Let me get this straight. I can play as a female sniper wearing a small leotard but I can’t see the backside of a time traveler in a full body suit because you can tell she has a butt? Censorship in media has been, and always will be…

fallout

“I’ll be back”

Automatron DLC brings the metal Nick “Chico” Hernandez & Mel Buskirk Managing Editor & Copy Editor Sentry bots, assaultrons, and Mr. Handys, oh my! The newest Fallout 4 DLC, Automatron, dropped on March 22 on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. This DLC is the first of three that have been announced by Bethesda, the other…

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Six years and counting, ‘Stache Bash still a hit

‘Staches for the masses Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor Dapper gentlemen, beautiful women, eager attendees, and an uncountable length of mustache hair filled the American Legion Hall March 26 for the 6th Annual ‘Stache Bash. At 7 pm the doors opened; by 8pm, the hall was filled by all manner of people of all ages…

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The future of Communications & Broadcast

What’s to become of the ESG and WSGR? Mel Buskirk Copy Editor On Wednesday March 23, 2016, Associate Dean of Instruction Services Jim Neese, Vice President of Student Services Pete Lacey, and Professor of English and Advisor of the Erie Square Gazette John Lusk met to hammer out the details of the contingency of what…

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“Our Town” rocks our town

SC4 players bring emotion to the Fine Arts Theater Lauren Schwartz Staff Writer “Our Town,” written by Thornton Wilder, is a play set the small town of Grover’s Corners. It opens with the stage manager (Tom Kephart) literally setting up the first scene, explaining the layout of the town and moving in furniture for “those…

percussion

Music from another perspective

A taste of the DSO Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor All music, being fluid, can be played on almost any instrument. An example being a flute playing a piece that was written for the violin. A piece that has notes higher than what the flute can play. Feats such as this were the sounds heard the…

datesumbirbs

Late to the Game

Finding the bird, I mean, love of your life Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor Finding love isn’t easy, especially for birds. Well, maybe for birds. I’m not an expert, but according to “Hatoful Boyfriend,” it’s tough. “Hatoful Boyfriend” is a dating simulator, visual novel style game, about birds. As in dating them. It’s not as farfetched…

pokemons

Time to be the best like no one ever was!

Nintendo releases the newest spinoff to a 20 year old franchise Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor Growing up with Pokémon, our generation takes it very seriously when I knew game with a new formal to the franchise is released. While Nintendo’s track record comes strong, a brand new game makes a lot of us older fans…