Skippers Sink Raiders

“There were a lot of bodies flying in different directions,” said men’s basketball coach Dale Vos. Bodies tossed, scrambled, and sliced in a conference clash with Oakland Community College with the Skippers reigning victorious 80-73. In the first half, the action was hot enough to peel the new paint off the gym walls. Both teams…

Lady Skippers Steal Second Place

The Lady Skippers trampled the Oakland Raiders with a 78-64 win, last Saturday. The first half of the game proved to be a battle for both teams. SC4 started out with an aggressive defensive strategy, and a motive to push the ball up the floor. “As a team, we have a lot of speed and…

O. D.‘s Rant

Just as every cop is a criminal / and all your sinners saints… Well, Glimmer Twins, we may as well bid sympathy to the Old Nick, for fair play is definitely being thrown out with the bath water. Let the ranting begin. Watching Saturday’s game with the Red Wings and the Dallas Stars, I can…

Icehawks soar past Gems

The gods of hockey move in mysterious ways. Elusive bounces of the puck gave the Dayton Gems a 3-1 lead after the first period despite being out shot by the Port Huron Icehawks, 13-9. Whether it was a change of goalies or a renewed focus on the game plan, the Icehawks roared back to score…

Grand Slam at Renaissance Festival

The St. Clair County Community College baseball team along with parents, coaches, friends and area high school honor society students teamed up to raise $44,991.89 running a food court with 13 booths at the Michigan Renaissance Festival during the fall semester. The food court ran seven weekends from August through October and was the largest…

Celebrations for the King

The legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. started with a dream, and turned into a legacy. SC4 celebrated this legacy Monday night with a night of festivities at the SC4 theatre. There were multiple acts of singing and dancing present, and even a mock Michelle Obama appearance. It was a night in which a group…

Supporting the “Community”

From the time we were in elementary school, we’re expected to pursue higher education. You’ve heard the rhetoric. “You can’t get a good job if you don’t go to college.” And now that you’re in community college, odds are you’ve heard another set of rhetoric: “Thirteenth grade,” you’ve heard them call it. “Glorified high school.”…

The Diary of Joe Louis Arena

The “Diary of Jane” opened one more time as Breaking Benjamin, Three Days Grace, and Flyleaf rocked the Joe Louis Arena stage Saturday, Jan. 16. Flyleaf, a Christian rock band out of Texas, opened for co-headliners Breaking Benjamin and Three Days Grace. Lead singer Lacey made the stage her own with her soaring vocals on…

Late-night Debacle: Who will prevail?

A heated debate has been taking place over the last few weeks. This debate doesn’t involve powerful world leaders or state politicians; it involves two late night TV heavyweights: Jay Leno and Conan O’Brien. According to CNN.com, it all started Sunday, January 9 when NBC announced that “The Jay Leno Show” would be removed from…

Eli Brings Enlightenment

In a society where all you have to guide you is believing “The Book of Eli” enlightens you. Directors Albert & Allen Hughes (Menace II Society, Dead Presidents) return with “The Book of Eli” starring Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman. In the Hughes Brothers’ latest screen spectacle Denzel Washington (American Gangster) plays Eli, a man…