Animal Unleashed at McMorran

TwanaPinskey Photo Editor    Before he became a pro wrestler, he was a teacher. Born April 16, 1937 in Madison Heights, Michigan, William James Meyer would earn a Master’s degree from Michigan State University and a Master’s degree from Central Michigan University before becoming George “The Animal” Steele.    Steele dropped the ceremonial puck in…

Dear John

Savannah Wilcox Staff Writer    Eyes dripped with tears as Dear John stole the hearts of many women worldwide. Dear John is a novel written by New York Times Best-Selling Author Nicholas Sparks.    With the 32.4 million dollars debut on Friday, Feb. 5, Dear John proved to be one of the best love stories…

Robert Tansky SC4’s Socrates

Ray Robinson Managing Editor    As a professor at St. Clair County Community College since 1966, Robert Tansky has had a rewarding career.    After nearly 40 years, Robert Tansky is grateful that his former students, whom are now Qatari dignitaries, have become successful and said they remember SC4 fondly.    “Teachers never know the…

Putting on the Ritz

Twana Pinskey Photo Editor    Taking a trip abroad isn’t necessary to experience an “Evening in Paris.” All one needs to do is attend Studio 1219’s Black and White Gala; “An Evening in Paris” Sat. Feb. 27 in Port Huron.      Studio 1219’s website states they are the largest public art venue in the thumb…

EMT Class

Patricia Kenner Staff Writer    In 2009, SC4’s Work Force Training Institute added the emergency medical technician program. This semester is the third time the class has been offered.    The course is a 254 hour, Michigan certified program that focuses on emergency services. The class covers everything from how to handle a crime scene…

A Weekend in the Soo

Garrett Gavin Staff Writer    As you can imagine, February in the Upper Peninsula can get pretty bitter.    However, the locals seem to embrace this time of the year as this weather gives them the opportunity to enjoy winter sports such as ice fishing and snowmobile races.    “We love this time of the…

Brain Trust

Brian Johnston Editor in Chief    Zombies swarmed through Port Huron in October 2009. This semester, somebody is here to deal with the problem.    The Zombie Defense Council, founded by SC4 students Cody Tyler Kimball and Victor Uhlman, is the new club on campus. Advised by adjunct instructor Robert Kroll, the club’s goal is…

Lights, Camera, Skippers

Thomas Pregano  Business/Advertising Manager    The Skippers weren’t the only ones heating it up on the hardwood Wednesday night Feb. 10 against Alpena.    The advanced television class along with adjunct professor and station manager of CPHS 6 (Port Huron Schools) Ed Senyk filmed the first televised basketball games ever at SC4. They will air…

Sade’s Soldier Marches Forth

Robert Kroll Guest Writer    After nearly a decade without an album or tour, Sade has marched back into pop music with Soldier of Love.    Starting with “The Moon and the Sky,” guitarist/saxophonist Stuart Matthewman plays a mournful yet uplifting acoustic guitar lick as singer Sade Adu laments, “You lay me down and left…

Ice Ice Baby

Jessica Meneghin Staff Writer    The dead of winter is an icy time in St. Clair County. From the glacial build-up on Lake Huron to the thick sheets covering the Black and St. Clair Rivers, locals have ice on all sides.    And yet, how much thought is really given the frozen element surrounding us?…