Lady Skippers: Playoff bound

Garrett Gavin Staff Writer The SC4 women’s basketball team has enjoyed a great deal of success this season, finishing the regular season with a 20-7 record and the number two seed in the Michigan Community College Athletic Association East District Tournament. When asked why she felt they have played so well, Coach Carrie Lohr pointed…

Where there’s smoke, there’s litter

Brian Johnston Editor in Chief    As an editor for the Gazette, I spend a lot of time on campus. On a given weekday, I probably spend more of my waking time here than at my actual residence.    It can be said I consider SC4 my “home away from home.” As such, I have…

Clubbin’

Aaron Tomlinson Copy Editor    During the week of Feb 22, SC4 students in the cafeteria were greeted by representatives from different college clubs.    Club Awareness Week had clubs on the search for new and interested students. From Phi Theta Kappa, to the Drama Club, to even the new Zombie Defense Council; clubs were…

Ralphie May to visit McMorran

Breigh Edmondson Staff Writer    Comedian Ralphie May will be visiting McMorran Arena, March 10.    Winner of the former NBC show “Last Comic Standing,” Arkansas native May has since been a regular on Comedy Central, and has been on various talk shows.    According to McMorran Arena’s website, all tickets for May’s show are…

Quiero tacos

Twana Pinskey Photo Editor    Children helping others were at the heart of the annual “Speed the Light” banquet at the Marysville Assembly of God Church Sunday, Feb. 28.    Children of the “Youth Awakening” program spent the evening taking food orders, delivering beverages and appetizers such as nachos. Guests dined on tacos and a…

Skippers down Oakland

Donald Lierman           Sports Editor    Not in our house. The week before Oakland handled the Skippers easily to split the league series. The return match for the opening MCCAA tournament game was a much different story.     The SC4 Lady Skippers downed the Oakland Raiders, 66-55 on February 24 to avenge last week’s 15 point…

Icehawks chopped by Lumberjacks

Donald Lierman           Sports Editor    Tuesday was one of those nights where the Hawks soared early. However, Muskegon deflected Port Huron’s claws just long enough to grab momentum.    Two crucial plays not only gave the Lumberjacks the lead but stymied the Hawks’ fury.    Muskegon downed Port Huron, 6-2, on Tuesday, February 23 at…

SC4 is Well Endowed

Raymond Robinson Managing Editor    SC4 will use a $10,000 National Endowment for the arts grant to bring award-winning writers Beth Ann Fenelly and Tom Franklin to Campus in April.    They will both be part of a “Patterns” recognition ceremony, reception, guest author readings and provide students with writing advice. This will take place…