Daily Archives: October 24, 2016

Trump and Clinton on the Issues That Matter to College Students

By Emily Boyer The issue of character is at the forefront of this election. Donald Trump, in particular, has come under fire for saying Mexico deliberately sends rapists across the border, implying Hillary Clinton should be assassinated, and bragging about sexually assaulting women. But how much do you actually know about his policies? A president…

New ASG Officers- Acting in the now, thinking for the future

By Cendri Johnson Photo by Martin Musialczyk It’s the start of a new year and Shoreline Community College has brand-new student government officers. So, who are these people really? We see their faces on various web pages for the school, on-stage speaking at events, and even on the wall monitors in the PUB. But I,…

Cornhole

By Griffin Ryden For a long time, there has been a game that has never gotten the attention it formally deserves. You can find people playing it at parties; you can find people playing it at outdoor bars. It goes by several different titles, and may even be something you’ve played before. Most call it…

The Inktober Initiative

By Madeline Kimberly To people who draw or have always wanted to draw, Inktober’s the challenge to tackle this October. You don’t have to be an artist to participate in Inktober, having a pen and a paper is all you need. Inktober is a 31-day challenge. It has an official prompt list for each day…

Rock ‘N’ Roll Professor : Sue Ennis wrote songs with Heart, attends the Grammys and brings industry knowledge to SCC students

By Coral Nafziger Photo by Martin Musialczyk Tucked away in SCC’s secluded music building is Sue Ennis, the school’s almost hidden gem. Did you know that one of Shoreline’s teachers has been awarded a platinum album? Well, Ennis has earned multiple platinum albums. Ladies Rock Camp I first became aware of Ennis through Ladies Rock…

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Braille in the mail

By Cendri Johnson FE_Braille_Cendri This is a picture of the orange envelope that showed up in the delivery box of the Ebbtide about two weeks ago. As you can see, it was a rather odd method of addressing and mailing an envelope — lots of scrawling letters, but no return address and only a first…

Presidential Election Panic, Third Party Candidates

By Ilona Kinnear Things are looking pretty dismal within the main two political parties pushing their potential presidential candidates. On one hand, we have the first female candidate to be nominated under a major party who is also constantly haunted by allegations of crimes and scandals and a changing personality. On the other hand, we…

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