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$100,000 endowment funds Wuszke agricultural scholarships

He was chosen Berrien County’s Outstanding Young Farmer by the Twin Cities Jaycees in 1965. George’s unrequited dream was to drive his Oliver 44 or Oliver 1655 tractors across the Mackinac Bridge at Labor Day.

SMC students tour Michigan history

“Getting to sit on the bus Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on at Ford Museum was its own one-of-a-kind experience."

President's, Dean's Lists released for spring 2017

61 students named to President's List, 146 make Dean's List.

SMC' CJ gold medalist aiming for U.S. Marshals Service

The Marshals Service is America’s oldest federal law enforcement agency, created by the Judiciary Act of 1789 during George Washington’s presidency.

Pscholka addresses graduates at 50th commencement

Pscholka and founder Dr. Fred L. Mathews, who died March 19 at 87, collaborated on a “hail-Mary pass” which rescued eight Haitian children burned or with broken limbs from the Jan. 12 earthquake.

Tutors of the Year named

Mackey was student presenter alongside faculty members Stephanie Foreman and Cody Miller, Niles Campus 2016 Tutor of the Year, on Writing Center “blitzes” in March when SMC hosted the 39th annual Eastern Central Writers Center Association conference.

Math/Science Department awards announced

With Tobias and Phillip members of SMC’s Class of 2017, all four Robertson brothers are SMC graduates.

Siblings draw closer as graduation nears

Allison, of Niles, accepted a position starting in June with Lakeland Medical Center in St. Joseph on the post-surgical floor. “I really like the facility,” Allison said. “It’s where we had clinicals.” She is engaged to be married in November and will continue to her bachelor’s degree.

Allison Richcreek wins Best of Show, Presidential Award

“I was shocked,” Richcreek said. “I didn’t think mine was even in the running. I think he liked the simplicity” of what she created for Shannon Eakins with a four-foot stick.

Dr. Naomi Ludman speaks at Phi Theta Kappa induction

Waldinger is the fourth director of Harvard’s 75-year study of what “the good life” looks like, which began tracking 724 men’s lives in the 1930s.