Food for Fright

LOCAL LEGENDS AND HALLOWED HAUNTINGS Welcome to the spookiest time of year. With the leaves turning and the weather negating most non-heated types of outdoor fun, the Ebbtide wanted to open up a box of graham crackers and grab our […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Hello Birdie

SCC BADMINTON SOARS Badminton Club is in full swing. And things are starting to get competitive. The club recently hosted a tournament in the gymnasium which provided the chance for many of its members to flex their muscles and test […]

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Paradise Lost?

BIG ACTIVITY ON THE BIG ISLAND Residents of Hawaiʻi’s Big Island are facing a period of uncertainty. Eruptions at the Kīlauea volcano beckoned the national media to the district of Puna to study the unusual behavior of the world’s longest […]

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A Mascot for the Ages

AN OPEN LETTER TO DOLPHIE Dear Dolphie, Hey, you! The one with the dorsal fin! Yeah, the aquatic mammal that performs tricks and too often gets confused for a fish. I want to thank you. You are far and away […]

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Puck Luck

HOCKEY COMES TO SEATTLE? Seattle might be getting a hockey team. The National Hockey League (NHL) and its longtime commissioner Gary Bettman have decided to test the waters in the great Northwest. Come on in, Gary; the water’s cold, but […]

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Not Your Average Athlete

BODY SHAMING IN SPORTS Even world-class athletes endure insecurities about their bodies. Body shaming is an issue pervasive across many spheres of our society today. Measures have been taken to stamp it out, but it remains as a last crude […]

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