Celebrating five years

Twana Pinskey Photo Editor A cornucopia of talent and musical genius was evident as Saint Clair County Community College students presented “Tapestry,” the latest in the “Thursday at Noon Concert Series” April 15 at the SC4 Fine Arts Theatre in Port Huron. This year’s presentation marks the fifth anniversary of “Tapestry” at SC4. According to…

Swanson’s Future Uncertain

Rachel Olivia Kobylas Staff Writer    On Good Friday, Professor Craig Swanson was issued documentation for the beginning of a dismissal process from St. Clair County Community College. “This was a recommendation of my evaluating committee that I be dismissed,” Swanson said.     This process began with an overall poor committee evaluation from Denise McNeil,…

Did You See Smoke Signals?

Savannah Wilcox Staff Writer    Last Thursday, SC4’s International Cultural Education Committee showed “Smoked Signals” to raise awareness about Native American culture.    The film was entirely directed, produced, and acted by Native American individuals, which is extremely rare in show business. Sherman Alexie is the writer of the two books which formed this screenplay.…

SC4 Program Aims to Prevent Suicide

Patrick Sullivan Staff Writer    Chances are if you are reading this paper, you are at increased risk for suicidal behavior. Among the 15 to 24 years old age range, suicide is the second leading cause of death, trailing accidental deaths.    With so many students in this dangerous age range, colleges plan to make…

Reflections of India at SC4

Twana Pinskey Photo Editor    “Reflections of India,” the latest in SC4’s “Thursday at noon” concert series provided listeners with classical, Hindustani music, on April 1 at the Fine Arts auditorium in Port Huron.    During the concert, sitarist Brock Dale of Toronto and Tabalist, Nicholas McKinlay, also of Toronto, performed selections from Bhairav, Kafi,…

SC4 plan may fix parking

Patrick Sullivan Staff Writer    Listen to anyone on campus, and you’ll hear the biggest problem at SC4 is the parking. We all gripe about it, and with good reason.    It can be downright impossible to find a space within easy walking distance to a class. This is no doubt to record enrollment, and…

ZDC rises with the dead

Ray Robinson Managing Editor    SC4’s Zombie Defense Council is having an “orientation screening” of the George A. Romero horror classic “Night of the Living Dead” in an effort to raise funds to defend the world from the uprising of the undead.    The event is taking place in room 201 on the second floor…

College news for the 21st Century!

Cody Kimball Webmaster    The Erie Square Gazette has entered the new millennium – with its very own website!    www.esgonline.org is now available for students to get up to date information and news from around the campus and in the community. Students will be able to comment and discuss the topics that affect them,…

College Tuition: Priced Right?

Twana Pinskey Photo Editor    Despite recession declines, tuition costs are on the rise all over the United States. Michigan, one of the hardest hit states is not immune to these rising costs.    St. Clair County Community College’s Board of Trustees voted to approve a tuition increase at their March 18 meeting.    As…

Keepin’ it real

Kayla Dimick Staff Writer     The stage lights weren’t the only things that shone brightly as the SC4 Theatre Discipline presented their latest show, “The Real Thing.”    Students, friends and family members packed into the Fine Arts Building Theatre the weekend of Friday, March 26 to see the comedic, yet serious take on “real life.”…