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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Sharing is Hard

ROADWAY COURTESY “Get off the road A-Hole!” I regularly hear that sentence from drivers just before I hear the sound of loud screeching tires, accompanied by a thick black cloud of exhaust, as an over-revved engine zooms away. The road […]

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Cyclists on the Road

LAWS, SAFETY, and MAINTENENCE As a cyclist or a driver, sharing the road is typically something both sides would prefer to avoid. To make this whole situation a little safer, here are some reminders on proper signaling, rules of the […]

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Vandals in the Forest

RESTORATION AND DESTRUCTION IN SCC’S “FOREST LABORATORY” For several years, there has been an unauthorized bike trail in SCC’s restoration area, located behind the soccer field. About 20 years ago, SCC biology instructor Matthew Loper said he was approached by […]

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Ain’t no Sunshine When It’s Gone

SUNFEST RETURNS If you have been deep in your studies, you may not have known that every year, spring quarter at SCC is home to the almost-end-of-year celebration known as SunFest. This year’s SunFest featured three days of festivities and […]

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We Won!

The Ebbtide has once again won a bevy of awards, courtesy of the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators. Frances Hui won second place in general news for her story on the SCC student who was detained after trying to […]

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