Dancing in the Land of Sweets

Review of the 26th Annual Production of the Nutcracker Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor The classic Christmas story of a girl and her beloved gift from her uncle came to life on McMorran’s stage for the 26th year for 3 shows. The Nutcracker Ballet Theatre Company presented “The Nutcracker,” the tale of Clara, played by Claire…

A different kind of Internet and TV

Google promises to join the world in the best possible way Jenelle Kalaf Photo Editor Google brings us many services, such as search engines, social media, email services, online storage, video sharing capabilities, smart phones, and smart glasses. While all of these services are helpful and used by many, what do they all require? Internet.…

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James Freed

A profile of Port Huron’s city manager Mel Buskirk Copy Editor “I couldn’t resist the idea of coming back to Port Huron,” James Freed said during an interview on Tuesday, Dec. 1. “I’ve always loved Port Huron. I love the people of Port Huron.” Freed returned to the Blue Water area when he became the…

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Searching for Home

The European Refugee Crisis through the eyes of those experiencing it firsthand Katie Hunckler Staff Writer An ocean away, there lies a crisis. Driven out by fear, people are fleeing from their homes and setting out on an indefinite journey, desperately searching for a place where they are safe and welcome. The European Refugee Crisis…

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Piggies and dishes and clay, oh my!

Potter’s Market demonstrates full potential of ceramics Katie Hunckler Staff Writer A million decorative purposes and a million daily use purposes – who would have thought a single art form could span such a wide spectrum? A spectrum from which not a speck was missing at the Potter’s Market held Nov. 12-15 in the M-Tec…

Pavilion sale not set in stone

Meetings continue to discuss the sale of the McMorran Mel Buskirk Copy Editor The Alumni Room in the Student Center was packed with around 40 concerned faculty and citizens on Thursday, Nov. 12 as the Board of Trustees met to discuss whether to take the next steps in purchasing the McMorran Pavilion from the city…

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ThumbCoast design competition comes to a close

The Huron Selkie is released with winning design Emily Mainguy Editor-in-Chief Mythical creatures, beer, local artists, and a prize for the winning design. The ThumbCoast Owner and Brew master, Dennis Doyle and Corey Nebbeling, choose the winner of the Huron Selkie design contest Nov. 12 during the reception. The poster designs were narrowed down during…

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Toilet paper for a cause

Business Club collects t.p. for charity Jamie Koebke Business Editor There is a toilet on the first floor of the Main Building! However it is not a toilet for use… The Business Club of SC4 is collecting toilet paper for MidCity Nutrition. You simply put your donation inside the toilet. Donations will be accepted until…