Daily Archives: March 13, 2018

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Border Insecurity

SCC STUDENT DETAINED BY ICE When international student Jungeun “Rachel” Kim re-entered the U.S. from Canada in January, she had what she thought was an easy mission: to get her student status renewed. However, the mission turned out to be anything but easy, and it led to 10 days in detention. Disclaimer: The information provided…

Crime Log – Vol. 53 Issue 9, March 2, 2018

The Crime Log is a selection from the campus security log, as chosen by the Ebbtide. The full log can be viewed at any time by visiting the campus security office. Campus Safety and Security can be reached at (206) 546-4633. Additionally, they are located on the first floor of FOSS in Room 5102 (it’s…

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Clubs Helping Clubs

YOUTUBERS WANT YOU TOO While other clubs started with tons of paperwork, one new club started with a YouTube channel, one camera, two iPhones and the same paperwork. Mina-Yuan Lee, an international student from Taiwan, had her own YouTube channel. Then she had a thought about making another channel to share the events of SCC’s…

How to Get the Most Out of Class

A LESSON IN MINDFULNESS Do you daydream during lectures? Do you check your phone often in class? Are you reading this article when you really should be studying right now? If the answer to any of these questions are yes, than you suffer from a mental state called “Monkey Mind,” which is the fanciful and…

SCC’s Dark Secret

CURRICULUM CHAMPIONS ANALOG PHOTOGRAPHY Traditional film? You mean those black-and-white pictures taken with a weighty film camera? It may sound old-school to you but the SCC’s photography department might not agree. In the back of the Visual Arts Building sits a photo lab, composed of a black-and-white darkroom, individual color darkrooms, a film processing room…

A&E Calendar

Student Afternoon Recital 12:30-1:30 p.m., Mar. 2; Room 818 (800 Building) The Student Afternoon Recital will be showcasing hand-picked talented SCC musical performers in the music building (800 Building), which is the lone building off the beaten path next to the Greenwood parking lot. The performing students are given the chance to build their stage…

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Some Stories Need to Be Told

“LARAMIE” SHOWS HOW FAR WE’VE COME At SCC, everyone’s rights are supported. No matter their identity, who they love or want, what religion they honor or the color of their skin — everyone should be accepted for who they are. SCC’s theater students will be performing in the “The Laramie Project,” which debuts on March…

Laramie Project

“The Laramie Project” features 15 SCC theater students playing over 70 different real life individuals from Laramie, Wyo., following the death of openly gay student Matthew Shepard. The cast shares quotes from the characters they play that spoke to them in some way. Photos by Trina Griffin TweetSharePin

And The Oscar Goes To…

GREAT ‘BEST PICTURE’ RIVALRIES THROUGHOUT HISTORY The Oscars are largely an excuse for the industry to pat itself on the back. Louis B. Mayer started the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 1927. He used the new entity to corral artists into creating the kind of movies that he thought would make his…

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A Night at the Opera

WORKSHOP SHOWCASES STUDENT TALENT On a frigid, gloomy afternoon, the lights dimmed in the SCC theater, leaving only a vague outline of the pianist to the right of the stage patiently waiting to play and fake sun owners hoping to be plucked. The audiences’ chatter died away as the darkness enveloped them. Below center stage,…

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