Government takes over airwaves

Cadi Parker Staff Writer In the democracy, in which we live, it may come as a shock to hear that the government decided they needed airtime on WSGR, SC4’s radio station. Some may wonder why and what for, but in this case, it is not local, state or federal government. It is the Student Government.…

Leading by example

Thomas Pregano Business/Advertising Manager “They led by example, by word, and through their ability to bring everybody into the Skipper family,” men’s head basketball coach, Dale Vos, said about sophomores Ben Abraham, Kieon Arkwright, Devon Kling, Marquis Lee, Eric Mack Jr., and Jake Stark. Vos said, “We will miss these six players; however I believe…

Health care reform is a mixed bag

Brian Johnston Editor in Chief This past Sunday, Congress passed the Health Care Reform Bill. All that’s needed is Barack Obama’s signature. And people are either far too happy or far too upset about it. For starters, there are the accusations of “socialism” coming from the conservatives. They see it as just another step toward…

Icehawks edge Generals

Donald Lierman Sports Editor For the first fifty minutes, the game was all Port Huron’s. The Icehawks flew up and down the ice, seemingly at will. The last ten minutes were a different story. Port Huron allowed four goals in the last ten minutes but held on to defeat the Flint Generals, 6-5, at McMorran…

‘Alice’ sitting comfortably in box office wonderland

Jessica Meneghin Staff Writer If you’re one of the hundreds of thousands of people who have already stepped through the looking glass and into Tim Burton’s 3D Wonderland, you probably have just one question: Why is a raven like a writing desk? “Alice in Wonderland in 3D,” Tim Burton’s film-attempt at the legendary Lewis Carroll…

A century of being prepared

Twana Pinskey Photo Editor Boy Scouts of America website states that boy scouts was founded to help young people attain skills necessary to become responsible, well rounded citizens. Founded in 1910, the scouts celebrate their 100th anniversary this year. Feb. 6, Port Huron Museum, in collaboration with Blue Water council of Boy Scouts of America,…

Culture club

Ray Robinson Managing Editor A celebration of Native American culture will take place on April 6 in the SC4 Fine Arts Theatre. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. and the event runs all day. Morning and afternoon events include David Plain, author of “The Plains of Aamjiwnaang” and “Ways of Our Grandfathers: Our Tradition and Culture”…