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Shrinking Demographic: SCC’s Diversity at Risk

Shrinking Demographic: SCC's Diversity at Risk

Shari Sung

January 19, 2019

UNDERSTANDING THE RECENT DECLINE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Owing to its high-quality education system, diverse culture and relatively open labor market, the United States has always been one of the top destinations for international students. The U.S. hosts the most international students of any countr...

News Briefs – Vol 54 Issue 6, January 18, 2019

Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati

January 19, 2019

MLK Day: Campus Closed Jan. 21 In celebration of Martin Luther King Jr., SCC will be closed for the day. MLK Day Rally and March Jan. 21; Garfield High School Opportunity Fair 8:30-11:30 a.m. Workshops 9:30-10:50 a.m. Rally/March in Garfield High School Gymnasium 12:30 ...

Crime Log – Vol. 54 Issue 6, January 18, 2019

January 19, 2019

A student at Shoreline Community College was allegedly abducted from campus on Dec. 11, according to an email alert sent to students. The student returned to campus at noon the same day.The email said that the incident was “isolated to two individuals who are known to each other,” and that Shor...

New Transport Options for Phins

Natasha Sidik

January 19, 2019

COMMUNITY VANS IN SHORELINE Students who rely on public transportation now have the option of using Community Vans. King County Metro, who operates the public buses at SCC (Routes 5, 345, 331, 330), has a rideshare program developed in coordination with Hopelink, a local non-profit organization....

ASG in Review – Vol 54 Issue 6, January 14, 2019

CJ Priebe

January 19, 2019

The Associated Student Government (ASG) typically holds meetings from 3-5 p.m. in the Boardroom of the 1000 Building on the first and third Monday of every month. Students may attend if they would like to meet their representatives or voice an issue. In addition, students may meet with their represe...

ASG in Review – Vol 54 Issue 6, December 3, 2018

CJ Priebe

January 19, 2019

The Associated Student Government (ASG) usually holds meetings in the Boardroom of the 1000 Building. This time it was moved to Room 9208 in the PUB (the Quiet Dining Room) due to a scheduling conflict. This was the last meeting of the fall quarter. Recognition Shoreline Game Audio Club Stu...

New Year’s Resolutions: Don’t Bother

Natasha Sidik

January 19, 2019

DO SOMETHING, NOT EVERYTHING I’m a strong believer in the fact that resolutions just don’t work. The long list of things I want will continue to grow — heck, humans are known to have a tendency to want things they don’t have, aren’t we? If I continue making a new set of resolutions every 36...

New Year’s Goals: Why Stop at One?

Elizabeth Joyce

January 19, 2019

ITS NEVER TOO LATE TO MAKE REALIST RESOLUTIONS Making a Resolution can seem daunting — but it doesn’t have to be. Firstly, there is no reason they cannot be made further into the year. Secondly, be realistic and specific. Choose something you truly can and want to do; you probably will not...

More Cheers, Less Jeers

Ed Strong

January 19, 2019

AN OPEN LETTER FROM AN OPTIMISTIC SPORTS FAN Dear Pessimist, Recently, a close friend and I were both watching the same game — UW women’s basketball was playing at hated rival fifth-ranked Oregon. Despite coming in to the game as massive underdogs, the Huskies had managed to stay close, trail...

Airhead Redemption

Tobias Hope-Young

January 19, 2019

THE YOUTUBER WHO DESTROYED HIS OWN CAREER In December of 2017, Logan Paul (former Vine star and current YouTube celebrity) hiked into the infamous Aokigahara forest, commonly known as the “Suicide Forest.” Paul’s intended purpose was to delve into the supernatural legends that were associated w...

Highly Rated

Highly Rated

Teshan Laucirica

January 19, 2019

SCC ALUMNUS RETURNS THE GIFT OF WRITING Michael Overa never wanted to teach. He grew up in a middle-class Seattle family with both parents working full time. This allowed him plenty of time to enjoy his books undisturbed. He describes his younger self as nerdy and introverted, traits that kept him...

SCC’s Short Story Winner

SCC’s Short Story Winner

Nova Clark

January 19, 2019

ASPIRING SCREENWRITER GETS IN TUNE WITH HIS PAST What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “Crossing Borders?” That was what SCC’s recent short story contest asked the campus to write about, and according to the judges, author Duncan Star-Boszko had the answer. The contest was announced mi...

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