A federal report released Thursday, Nov. 17, by the U.S. surgeon general states that an American dies every 19 minutes from an opioid or heroin overdose. Continue reading “Criminal justice students learn life-saving lesson”
Working while going to school is fairly common for St. Clair County Community College students. Continue reading “SC4’s apprenticeship programs are valuable for students and employers”
Jacob Madden wanted his lab to be perfect on Thursday, Nov. 3, not just for the grade, but also for the chance at results which could tell him where his family came from. Continue reading “Learning about their past through science”
Unless you count the movie 300, there is no actual footage of the battles of Marathon or Thermopylae. Continue reading “SC4 history class learns on the ‘battlefield’”
There are several reasons to choose St. Clair County Community College when you’re making your college decision. Continue reading “Why SC4? EBW.tv asked some students that very question”
The Harlem Wizards are coming to Port Huron on Monday, Oct. 3, to help open up the St. Clair County Community College Fieldhouse. They’ll play a basketball game against a group of SC4 and community all-stars. It starts at 6:30 p.m., and tickets are $5 for students and $10 for general admission. But you may be asking yourself, “Who are the Harlem Wizards?” If you … Continue reading Meet the high-flying, fun-having, SC4 Fieldhouse-opening Harlem Wizards
Being first is always the ultimate goal in sports.
The runners on the St. Clair County Community College men’s and women’s cross country teams have already accomplished that, as they’re the first members of the new edition of the program. Continue reading “Runners excited to be part of new cross country program at SC4”