In the Midst of Winter

By Jerry Choi and Martin Musialczyk The air has suddenly become crisp and temperatures have dropped to the low 30s. The sun is setting sooner, and snow comes and goes. It seems that Seattle has some polar air from the […]

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Letters to the Editor

Dear Ebbtide, I had such an upsetting experience on the evening of January 18th that I am still shaken from it: It was dark and raining at 6:15pm, as I approached the east Metro bus stop, inside of the main […]

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Resist

Designed by Michael Redman, a graphic design student I designed this logo because I am extremely frustrated with our current political climate, especially the opinion that any news that doesn’t agree with the party line must be “fake news.” We […]

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ASG in Review – Feb. 17

By Nellie Ferguson Mini-Grants SCC Cheer Requested: $2,000 Granted: $2,000 Cheerleading captain Sara Rutherford’s squad consists entirely of new members this year, all of whom are in need of new uniforms. Because the cheer captain and adviser changed this year, […]

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News Briefs – Vol 52 Issue 8

Books to Prisoners All winter quarter, SCC Library The Ray Howard Library is having a book drive, teaming up with Books to Prisoners, a “Seattle-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to foster a love of reading behind bars, encourage the […]

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