Daily Archives: January 22, 2018

EBBTIDE WORD SEARCH – Vol. 53 Issue 6

Grab our printed paper copy on this issue and have not just one, but two word searches to pass time with. One is a reprint of the holiday edition from a past issue,  due to hardship in readibility. However, as a bonus, we came up with a special, very time-approriate word search dedicated to Martin…

Outsmart the Personal Statement

DO IT THE WRITE WAY How to Write an Effective University Application Essay With deadlines for college transfer applications approaching, we teamed up with Senait Tesfai from SCC’s Writing & Learning Studio to bring you 10 tips for writing a successful personal statement. Read the questions thoroughly being asked by the university. Create an outline…

Joy For January

THINGS TO DO IN THE WEARINESS OF WINTER Do the post-holiday blues have you in a January slump? Aside from the excitement of classes, if you are finding it hard to embrace the winter wonder of the Pacific Northwest and to motivate yourself to do anything but stay glued to an electronic device, have no…

Strumming Stress Away

OLD CLUB HAS NEW DIRECTION The Guitar Society is one of the new clubs on campus. Its goal: Give guitarists a place to play together and let potential guitar players give it a whirl. The club is led by Nam Pham, who is also the vice president of the ASG. Pham serves as guitar coach…

Language is a Handful

I SIGN AND SO CAN YOU I am easy to mishear. I mumble. And I don’t normally ask people a lot of personal questions. This isn’t the case with my deaf friends. In deaf culture, you stamp your foot on the floor to get someone’s attention, or so I’ve heard from my teacher, as well…

Spooning in Public

“THE ROOM” LEAVE SPACE FOR LAUGHTER “Spoons!” was the first thing I heard, before a storm of plastic silverware hailed down on the second row in Pacific Place Theater. “The Room,” director Tommy Wiseau’s love-child of 2003, returned to the big screen for one night alone. Over 500 theaters in the United States were playing…

Not a Disaster

A GOOD FILM ABOUT A BAD FILM. “The Disaster Artist” seems to exist to answer the one question that is asked about all bad movies: “How did this film get made?” To its credit, the movie does try to answer this question by diving headfirst into the minds and personal dynamics of the two main…

A&E Calendar

William Shakespeare’s “Timon of Athens” 7:30-10:30 p.m., Jan. 20, 25-28, 31, Feb. 2, 3; 2-4 p.m, Jan. 24; 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Jan. 21, 27, 28, Feb. 3, 4 Center Theater, under the Armory at Seattle Center Seattle Shakespeare Company will be performing their first production of “Timon of Athens,” a story of a rich man…

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Family Matters

STUDENTS GET REAL IN BRIGHTON BEACH Whether it’s the Great Depression or Great Recession, FDR or Donald J. Trump, family matters aren’t always pretty. From 15-year-old Eugene Jerome Morris’ perspective, he is the only bright, livelybeing in his female-dominated household. Eugene is the main character of “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” SCC’s most recent theatrical production. It…

Sports Calendar

Men’s Basketball 7 p.m., Jan. 20, @ Skagit Valley College, vs. Skagit Valley College 7:30 p.m., Jan. 24, @ SCC, vs. Bellevue College *Pack the Stands Night!* 4 p.m., Jan. 27, @ SCC, vs. Olympic College 7:30 p.m., Jan. 31, @ SCC, vs. Everett Community College TweetSharePin

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