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…

Mockery of justice

Patrick Sullivan Staff Writer An SC4 Mock Trial produced a hung jury last Tuesday, April 20. The trial was held by the SC4 social science department to raise awareness of sexual assault for National Sexual Awareness month. The program included volunteers from the safe horizons victim assistance agency, local prosecutors, county sheriffs, a district judge…

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…

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…

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…

Brain Trust

Brian Johnston Editor in Chief    Zombies swarmed through Port Huron in October 2009. This semester, somebody is here to deal with the problem.    The Zombie Defense Council, founded by SC4 students Cody Tyler Kimball and Victor Uhlman, is the new club on campus. Advised by adjunct instructor Robert Kroll, the club’s goal is…