Officers elected for SC4 Government

Savannah Wilcox Staff writer    After all the candy and campaigning was over, SC4 students elected new officers for Student Government on Wednesday, April 7 and Thursday, April 8, to represent our student body.    “I am very happy with the turnout,” Student Activities Coordinator, Carrie Bearss said. “We had multiple people running for different…

Stress breaker planned for end of Semester

Breigh Edmondson Staff Writer    End of semester is nearing, and students don’t need any extra stress. SC4’s student government is helping to eliminate that stress by hosting their “Stress breakers” winter semester event April 26-30.    According to a press release by Shawn Starkey, Executive Director of Public Relations, Marketing and Legislative Affairs, the…

SC4 Symphonic Band sets audience’s toes a tappin’

Kayla Dimick Staff Writer    The SC4 Symphonic Band took audience members on a ride in a musical time machine as they presented their “Moments in Time” concert this Saturday.    Old and young flooded into the McMorran Place Auditorium to hear seven pieces from significant eras in American history, ranging from the Roarin’ Twenties,…

Pollock passes with flying colors

Brian Johnston Editor in Chief    The first-year evaluation meeting of Dr. Kevin Pollock took place at the SC4 Board of Trustees meeting Thursday April 15, where Dr. Pollock was met with a glowing assessment.    Dr. Kevin A. Pollock first came to SC4 as President in April 2009, after a nine-year term as Vice…

O. D.’s Rant 57-14

Donald Lierman Sports Editor Dearest reader, I have been maligned for too little or too many words in this, our last missive, of the book of O.D. I considered writhing or maybe just writing the word “THE” 666 times. But for you, dear faithful, I shall cry once more into the wilderness. Again, I am…

ZDC Showing of “The Night of the Living Dead”

Patricia Kenner Staff Writer “They’re coming for you Barbra,” is what was heard on Friday, April 16 by classic movies lovers. SC4’s Zombie Defense Council, showed the 1968 cult classic “The Night of the Living Dead” to raise money. Tickets were $5 and popcorn was included with admission. “The money raised goes towards future events…

Lucky to Have Tram

Thomas Pregano Business/Advertising Manager Harold Tramski is SC4’s video technician, stats keeper, and an assistant on the girls’ basketball and volleyball teams. Tramski went to SC4 for three years and Michigan State University for two where he earned a Bachelors’ degree in economics. Tramski said, “I got a BA or a BS depending on if…

New programs and classes coming to SC4

Jessica Meneghin Staff Writer Coming this fall to SC4 are two new associate’s degrees in alternative energy, one newly-revised degree in alternative energy, and 10 all-new classes. The two new programs are Renewable and Alternative Energy Technology, which prepares students to work as renewable energy technicians; installing, services, modifying, troubleshooting, and designing wind power systems,…

Skippers breaking apart

Aaron Tomlinson Copy Editor Crutches, athletic tape and ice packs plague the Skippers’ dugout this season. Injuries have haunted the Skippers’ baseball team since the dawn of the 2010 season. In any sport, winning matters. Above all the hoopla of “playing as a team” and “giving your best,” winning is what other teams, coaches, players…

Swanson resigns

Patrick Sullivan Staff Writer Craig Swanson, sociology instructor, resigned April 19 amid controversy. Talk of his termination compelled numerous students to sign petitions, and several to speak out during the community comments section of a recent SC4 board of trustees meeting. The student comments section of the trustee meetings allow any member of the community…