SC4 is Well Endowed

Raymond Robinson Managing Editor    SC4 will use a $10,000 National Endowment for the arts grant to bring award-winning writers Beth Ann Fenelly and Tom Franklin to Campus in April.    They will both be part of a “Patterns” recognition ceremony, reception, guest author readings and provide students with writing advice. This will take place…

SC4 Alumni Sponsor Quiz Bowl

Patrick Sullivan Staff Writer    On Saturday, Feb. 6 the SC4 student alumni organization held the 2010 Regional high school quiz bowl, where both Port Huron Northern and Brown City schools walked away with the prize for their respective divisions.    Both teams were presented with medals, trophies and a 500 dollar scholarship to SC4…

Feminine Protection

Twana Pinskey Photo Editor    Girl’s night out is no longer mother’s “Tupperware” party for the members of   Ladies Friday Fun Night at the Blue Water Sportsmen’s Club. It is located on Ravenswood in Kimball, Michigan.    Picking out glassware has given way to picking up brass casings for reloading. These women would rather…

EMT Class

Patricia Kenner Staff Writer    In 2009, SC4’s Work Force Training Institute added the emergency medical technician program. This semester is the third time the class has been offered.    The course is a 254 hour, Michigan certified program that focuses on emergency services. The class covers everything from how to handle a crime scene…

Creativity Abounds

Twana Pinskey Photo Editor    For 42 years, area middle school and high school art students have shined in the Beatrice Thornton Student Art Exhibit.    SC4, in cooperation with Port Huron Art Museum, is presenting the forty-second annual event. The exhibition was split into two shows, with middle school and high school art work…

That’s How I Kroll

For students, sitting at a place such as Denny’s or The Raven Coffeehouse is just a way to kill some time. For former student Robert (Bob) Kroll it is almost like coming home. Bob Kroll, 27, of Almont graduated from St Clair County Community College in 2004 with an Associate in Fine Arts. He then…

Tuba Fascination

Dale Harris played the tuba for a packed crowd in the Fine Arts Theatre at SC4 on Thursday, Jan. 28. The concert at noon on Thursday was accurately entitled, Tuba Fascination, and by the end of concert the audience was on the edge of their seats. Lillian Maley, SC4’s artistic director described Harris as “a…

SC4 Offers Free Software Help to Small Business Owners

Small business owners experiencing software problems can now turn to SC4 students for help – completely free of charge. The college’s Workforce Training Institute has developed a Software Solutions Center where supervised Microsoft-Certified student advisers take and answer call-in, and e-mail software support questions. The students at the Software Solutions Center are registered in a…

PTK Blog Addresses Student Concerns

Since everything is going global, should there be a foreign language requirement for all courses of study? Do you think there should be housing at SC4? What makes a good consultation with a professor? If you ever have questions like these, or any questions regarding college or global affairs, the Lambda Mu chapter of Phi…

Hackstock is music to student’s ears

Famous poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once said, “Music is the universal language of mankind.” Living proof of this quotation is SC4’s new Music Appreciation and piano instructor, Mary Hackstock. In 2004, Hackstock, 29, broke language barriers and studied piano abroad in Trapani, Italy. There, she studied under Salvatore Spano, an accomplished pianist. According to Hackstock,…