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…

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…

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…

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.…

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”…

Thinking Inside The Box

Cody Kimball Web Master    When, you’re finished reading this paper, don’t throw it away, recycle it. Is the nearest recycle bin too far away to bother? Not for long. Soon, permanent recycling receptacles will be all over campus, thanks to a “green” project at SC4.    The recycle bins, built by students and staff…

Laughing Gass Saves Lives

Patricia Kenner Staff Writer    On Thursday, Feb. 25, there was a benefit held to raise money for Haiti. The benefit was held by SC4’s Lambda Mu Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor International Society, Global Awareness Club and Social Science Department.    First, there was a free lecture about Haiti presented by Professor Kraig…

SC4 puts cigarettes out

Brian Johnston Editor in Chief    Smokers at SC4 will soon face new rules which move the designated smoking areas even further away from where they’re used to smoking.    In a policy adopted on Feb. 18, the Board of Trustees “recognizes the health dangers created by smoking and hereby prohibits smoking in all College…

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…

Clubbin’

Aaron Tomlinson Copy Editor    During the week of Feb 22, SC4 students in the cafeteria were greeted by representatives from different college clubs.    Club Awareness Week had clubs on the search for new and interested students. From Phi Theta Kappa, to the Drama Club, to even the new Zombie Defense Council; clubs were…