Bend it like Beckham

Aaron Tomlinson Copy Editor A new chapter in SC4 sports opens this spring. Women’s soccer has finally arrived in the form of a club formed by SC4 students. Chelsea Borkovich, freshman of Fort Gratiot, is the creator of the 15-player club. “SC4 hasn’t had soccer at all, but I could see the interest,” Borkovich said.…

Student Government positions, up for grabs

Cody Kimball Webmaster You could be the next President of Student Government! Sound interesting? Petitions are available until in the Enrollment Services Office until March 26, when they are due back to Carrie Bearss by 4:30 p.m. To become a candidate, petitions must be signed by a minimum of 40 currently enrolled students. The elections…

Hail to the victors; SC4 celebrates MCCAA Eastern Conference Tournament Championship.

Yeah, Babeeee!!

Donald Lierman Sports Editor March Madness finally arrives. Let the banners be unfurled. For the first time in school history, Saint Clair County Community College will progress to the nation junior college championships. The Skippers defeated the Henry Ford Hawks, 83-78, at Mott Community College on Saturday, March 6 in their third consecutive tournament victory.…

SC4 to Host Mock Trial

Patrick Sullivan Staff Writer Soon, on the SC4 campus, in front of numerous students, an alleged rape will be prosecuted. The crime is fiction, of course, and the lawyers, judge, and jury will be acting. The mock trial will “raise awareness of sexual assault,” according to Student Government President Dan Wiley, but some students aren’t…

Valleys Climbs Mountains

Raymond Robinson Managing Editor To have the ability to say an artist is still able to please their fan base after being dead for over 40 years is amazing. Jimi Hendrix’s “Valley’s of Neptune” brings from the vault a stellar package of songs, some alternate versions of old favorites & others never before commercially available.…

O. D. ‘s Rant 57-12

Donald Lierman Sports Editor The SC4 men’s basketball team not only made college history this year by making it to the national tournament but performed not too shabbily there either. The Skippers dropped their first game at the NJCAA Division II National Tournament in Danville, Illinois to Lewis & Clark College (IL) by a score…

Laughter really proves to be ‘best medicine’

Kayla Dimick Staff Writer “Ha ha ha ha!” was the sound resonating out of North Building room 107. The “Health Benefits of Laughter” seminar was held Tuesday afternoon for SC4 students and staff alike. The SC4 Wellness Committee sponsored the free event. Heading the event was Michigan Education Special Services Assocation (MESSA) health promotion consultant…

Their field of dreams

Aaron Tomlinson Copy Editor “If you build it, they will come.” SC4’s baseball is shaping up for another season approaching this week. The Skippers prepared themselves, mostly off the field with fundraising events, in the offseason in becoming a contender in the 2010 season. The team looks fresh with a whole new coaching staff led…

Critical still is catching “Critical Bill”

Cadi Parker Staff Writer Ever beat on your steering wheel; adrenaline surging through your veins? Screamed at the top of your lungs? Flat-out rocked out to a new album? When music is intense and relatable, it heats you up and burns you down. “Critical Bill” a “borderline rock/rap” band, according to their drummer, Mark Causley,…

From the heart

Cadi Parker Staff Writer Many struggle weekly to keep food on the table. Some may feel lucky to have just one meal a day. Even within our community many go hungry to feed their children, or perhaps their children stay hungry, too. This need for nourishment is worldwide, but there is a way to help.…