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“The People V. OJ”

Series based on famous ‘90s murder case Jamie Koebke Business Editor “The People V. O.J.: American Crime Story” on the FX network, enlightens viewers on one of the most famous murder cases in American history. The murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in 1994. The television series takes viewers on a trip from…

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Late to the Game

Glory to Arstotzka! Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor Congratulations! You have been chosen for the honor to protect your great country at the border. Your task: to control who enter the great country of Arstotka! What if they needed help running from war, though? Maybe their papers weren’t up-to-date but they haven’t seen their child in…

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Making the world better, one classroom at a time

Local college grad teaching Tanzanian teens Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor Schooling, healthcare, food variety, what do all these things have in common? Most Americans have easy access to these things but across the pond, the story changes. Enter the United Republic of Tanzania in East Africa and the scenery changes metaphorically and literally. Besides…

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Frosty fundraiser for Special Olympics

2016 Polar Plunge a splash Mel Buskirk Copy Editor From superheroes to Star Wars, scantily clad men to an individual donning a Donald Trump getup, participants paraded to from the Voyager Bowling Alley and Restaurant to the shore of the St. Clair Boat Harbor to jump into the water for the 2016 Polar Plunge. The…

Upcoming human trafficking seminar

Free panel educates about horrendous crime affecting Michigan Mel Buskirk Copy Editor “Human trafficking is a form of modern day slavery that occurs on an international, national, and local scale. Whether in the smallest town, rural areas, medium sized cities, villages, big cities – there is nowhere in Michigan that has not been touched by…

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Fine Arts Department Secretary retiring this June

The SC4 travels of Karen Jezewski Emily Mainguy Editor-In-Chief “I worked for Karen for two or three semesters, filling her shoes are improbable but replacing her would be impossible,” said Ryan McInnis, graphic design student. The Visual and Performing Arts department is saying good-bye to their Academic Division Secretary, Mrs. Karen Jezewski, of 10 years…

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Another loss for the Skippers

Schoolcraft wins against both Men’s and Women’s teams Jason Watts II Staff Writer The St. Clair County Community College men’s and women’s basketball teams both suffered losses against Schoolcraft College in very close contests. Starting with the Men’s team in one of the final games of their season, the Skippers took the mindset of “it’s…

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Health and wellness finds its way to SC4

Tips to stay healthy Lauren Schwartz Staff Writer Have you ever wanted to get heathier, but you don’t know how? Let’s be real, dieting sucks and the food that are the worst for us taste the best, and trying to count calories while getting six servings of grains, five servings of vegetables, three servings of…

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Late to the Game

A game about performing dangerous stunts to entertain cats Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor It’s become common knowledge that cats can be jerks, but they wouldn’t catch a person and torture them for fun, would they? In “Battleblock Theater,” a group of best friends need to unite to escape from an island filled with crazy cats…

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Mushy madness makes money

Rose and Bake sale benefits the Business Club Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor The Business Club, in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, held their annual sale of roses and added in baked goods this year. The bake sale took place Feb. 10 and 11, from 10 am to 4 pm and raised $565.17. The President…