Letter from the Editor

Emily Mainguy Editor-in-Chief Welcome back Readers to another semester! We are still looking for new members to teach in the ways of the Jedi. Even if you have no experience or do not plan to major in Journalism stop by one of our meetings and give it a try! The ESG is looking for Staff…

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Chris Krolcyzk presents Kro’s Krew

Students’ works exhibit at The Spiral Gallery Jamie Koebke Business Editor St. Clair County Community College students presents The Spiral Gallery: Kro’s Krew at Studio 1219. Graphic Design instructor Chris Krolcyzk will present his students work. Spiral Gallery will take place starting set up on January 21 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 11…

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Stress relief in new ways

New events at this semester’s Stressbreaker Jamie Koebke Business Editor Some people believe that a smile can change someone’s day, what do you think they’d say about a room of smiles? On Tuesday December 1 Student Government hosted a stress breaker that involved a room full of smiles, they had four dogs brought to the…

Letter from the Editor

Emily Mainguy Editor-in-Chief As fall comes to an end I would like to thank our readers for another great semester! We will be back next semester with a new issue coming out on Jan. 21. With a new semester comes new opportunities to join our crew. If you are interested in joining us you can…

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A new face in the Marketing Department

New beginnings for former Times Herald Sports Writer Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor Paul Costanzo is a new face St. Clair County Community College, but a seasoned resident of the Port Huron area. Costanzo, 33 of Fort Gratiot, is the Digital Content and Communications Coordinator for the Marketing Department. Before taking the plunge into SC4,…

Cheap textbooks websites

Save some money by shopping textbooks online Nick “Chico” Hernandez Managing Editor The bane of many college students comes from not just finals and annoying classmates, but sinking hard earned cash into dead trees with words on them. Textbooks, while also giving large amounts of profits to corporations, are usually required for any class that…

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The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee comes to town

SC4 Players perform a musical Emily Mainguy Editor-in-Chief “Are you one of our Spellers?” Greeted Tom Kephart, director of this year’s musical, as guests entered the theatre. The musical “The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee” was performed this past weekend in the Fine Arts Theatre by the SC4 Players. “Putnam was also an interesting experience…