Political Climate Change

HEATING UP THE RACE FOR PRESIDENCY Governor Jay Inslee has joined the crowded Democratic field running for president in 2020. Despite the odds, his choice to run on a platform of fighting climate change may make him the most important […]

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Melts in Your Mouth

BEST CHOCOLATE TO WOO YOUR SWEETIE You’re on campus and have a sudden craving for chocolate. Or, you realize you didn’t get your partner or friend a post-Valentine’s Day gift and you’re hustling to find something sweet for your sweetie. […]

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Bike to the Future

AN ELECTRIC ALTERNATIVE See all those cars lined up from the four-way stop the whole way up to SCC’s parking lot? The problem is simple geometry. Most cars are wide enough for two but usually carry only one person. Think […]

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Electrical Education

INNOVATIVE TESLA PROGRAM MAKES ITS DEBUT AT SCC One of only four Tesla training programs in the country is drumming up some interest in its first quarter at SCC. SCC adds Tesla to the list of Automotive Certifications and Internships […]

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Housing for Phins

IF YOU LIVED HERE… YOU’D STILL BE LATE FOR CLASS Students pass the crane every day on the way to class: Construction on the new SCC residence hall is underway. The 85 parking spots previously next to the PUB, will […]

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Protecting Pronouns

RESPECTING TRANS PEOPLE IN LIFE AND DEATH I knew SJ Brooks, who recently died in a tragic mountain lion attack. Instead of retelling the details, I’d like to skip the horror and tell you a little more about them as […]

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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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