International Insights

WHAT IT’S LIKE TO LIVE IN A HOMESTAY In my own experience, studying abroad can be absolutely terrifying. International students have to adjust to cultural differences and overcome language barriers all while tolerating the loneliness of being on their own […]

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Depression and Me

A PERSONAL INSIGHT INTO MENTAL ILLNESS In 2015, I contemplated my death and nearly walked into the path of an oncoming truck. In 2016, I was hospitalized for my first suicide attempt. In 2017, I miscarried and was once again […]

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Fine Lies and White Lies

SPONSORSHIP, CONTENT OR BOTH? I believe the world runs on love. Many people believe the world runs on money. Here’s an example: In 1939, the Radio Corporation of America televised the New York World’s Fair, which included a speech by […]

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Paper from Popullation

A DISCUSSION ON ART AND THE ENVIRONMENT A selection of posters from the studio of Mexican artists Esteban Silva and Tania Dominguez is currently on display in the SCC art gallery. The married couple’s work focuses on raising awareness about […]

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Ebbtide Eats: Pho-Tastic

SCC is surrounded by a number Vietnamese restaurants — specifically, ones centered on serving pho. Pho is a type of rice noodle soup served with different broth bases (usually beef or chicken), with a side of jalapenos, limes, herbs and […]

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Attention Aspiring Authors

WRITING WORKSHOPS OFFER VALUABLE ADVICE The first two nights of SCC’s three novel-writing workshops provided enlightening glimpses into the minds of experienced writers. These workshops offer free opportunities for anyone with an interest in writing to drop by the SCC […]

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Back on the Court

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SEEKS FRESH START Last season, SCC suffered through four blowout losses before Athletic Director Steve Eskridge and the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) league office decided to forego the rest of their season, citing injuries that slashed what was […]

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