Daily Archives: June 22, 2018

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Where is the Line?

UPHOLDING FREE SPEECH WITHIN COMMUNITY STANDARDS On Monday, June 4, a man on campus used a large sign with harsh language on it to denounce Islam directly in front of the PUB. A number of classrooms reported the volume of the incident as disruptive. As people began to congregate around him, trained officers from the…

News Briefs – Vol 53 Issue 15, June 15, 2018

Prep Day June 15 See, this is when all that studying you’ve been doing all year pays off. Now you get to just sit back and mock all your friends who have to spend the day cramming for finals. Finals June 18-20 You’re gonna do great, really. And even if you don’t, I’m still proud…

Crime Log – Vol. 53 Issue 15, June 15, 2018

Homeless 1 p.m., June 8, Bus Stop South of 1000 Building An individual was reported sleeping in a bush. When asked to leave, he acted “disorderly.” A lockdown was initiated on the Administration Building. The Shoreline PD was called, and he was escorted off campus. Police Presence June 11, On Campus Police and security were…

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End of A Global Era

SAYING FAREWELL TO FUELL After a decade of service, SCC’s director of the Global Affairs Center (GAC), Larry Fuell, will be stepping down from the position. “I’m retiring,” said Fuell, who also taught political science at SCC. Fuell founded GAC 11 years ago, in 2007. The program was meant to shed light on international and…

Green Movement = Green Bins

LACK OF COMPOST DOESN’T ADD UP Garbage and recycling bins are widely available across campus. However, there are only a few compost bins, and they’re all in the same place. In the PUB, bins come in threes, with the green compost bin alongsideu the blue recycling and black garbage containers. Once a person steps outside…

From the Editor

Hey guys, it’s me, Connor. The guy from the news briefs, who yelled at you to go give blood that one time. It was last year, you might not remember. I’m also the editor in chief here at the Ebbtide. But this is the last time I’ll be able to say that. And no, it’s…

Pads, Protests and Partying

ASG in Review: Year-End Edition The entirety of SCC’s ASG is about to graduate. As the new guard prepares to take over, it bears the responsibility of having to look at the shoes they intend to fill. According to Yorin Anggari, the current ASG president, the ASG was assembled at the beginning of the year…

Trading on Education

A CHANGE IN POLICY FOR LIBERAL ARTS The nature of community college education is being questioned on a national scale. In January’s State of the Union Address, President Donald Trump put an emphasis on bolstering apprenticeships and technical programs in the U.S., supporting a higher national investment in workforce development. A couple months later, he…

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Ebbing Away

NEW CHAPTER AT THE EBBTIDE All good things come to an end. Some of the Ebbtide’s veteran staffers will be stepping down from their positions at the end of the quarter. They may get recognition in our little corner office on the third floor of the PUB, but SCC now has the chance to get…

Half the Day is Not Enough

AN APPEAL FOR LONGER LIBRARY HOURS “Just so you know, the library will close in 10 minutes.” That’s the library staff every night at 7:20 p.m., when I start to send all my documents and browser history from the library computer to my laptop. In these moments, I really wish the library could stay open…

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