Extra Credit

MONEY TIPS FOR STUDENTS A group of SCC students took time on a sunny day to learn about their credit. Many young people make poor choices that affect their credit, and these students opted to see what they could do […]

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The Year in Sports

PHINS SEEKING CONSISTENCY Just two of SCC’s seven athletic teams will have the same head coach from the 2016-17 season in 2018-19. Men’s basketball, women’s basketball and softball all had new head coaches this past year, and both men’s and […]

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Foolin’ People Ain’t Right!

OUTSMART THE HOUSING SCANS Once I decided to transfer to Emerson University in Boston, I started to work on finishing all the procedures needed for enrollment. Transcript? Done. Health information? Done. Housing? That was basically the only thing I have […]

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Pumping Privacy

A WIN FOR NURSING MOTHERS A new temporary lactation room has been set up at SCC for nursing mothers. The room is on the bottom floor of the gym. The room features a bright, spa-like environment with multiple couches. Additionally, […]

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A Resource for Student by Students

QUICK TIPS FOR COLLEGE SURVIVAL New to the library are Zines, a series of questions and answers compiled into magazines that have been written and designed by SCC students for first-year students moving into college life. The questions found in […]

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Planning for Expansion

THE FUTURE LOOK OF SHORELINE Shoreline is growing, and that means the city is going to change. Dan Eernissee, the economic development program manager for the Shoreline City Council, recently came to SCC to discuss projects in Shoreline that have […]

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