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News Briefs – Vol 54 Issue 13, May 17, 2019

Nursing Faculty Drop-In Advising 7-8 a.m., May 20, 21, 27, 28; Rm. 23191-3 p.m., May 20, 27; Rm. 231212-1 p.m., May 21, 28; Rm. 23374-5 p.m., May 21, 28; Rm. 233711 a.m.-12 p.m., May 29; Rm. 23133-4 p.m., May 29; 2300 Building Nurses, after reviewing the Nursing Program Brochure and attending the Nursing Info Session,…

Crime Log – Vol. 54 Issue 12, May 18, 2019

Shuttle Mayhem 5:40 a.m., April 28; Visitor Parking Lot, near bus stops A campus visitor, unaffiliated to SCC, broke into an SCC van and was referred to the local police department. On Alert 11:50 a.m., May 2; 1700 Building A suspicious individual entered Rm. 1721 and grabbed a pair of scissors in a “threatening manner.”…

Crime Log – Vol. 54 Issue 11, April 19, 2019

Lock Off 1:37 p.m., March 15; parking lot near the 2000 Building An SCC student attempted to remove parking enforcement wheel-lock from a vehicle at the parking are near the 2000 Building. The case was referred to the Shoreline Police. So far, no arrest has been made. Graffiti Part 1 10 a.m., March 11; 2700…

The Mechanics of Love and Death

A REVIEW OF NETFLIX’S NEW ANIMATED ANTHOLOGY The recent release of “Love, Death, and Robots,” an animated anthology on Netflix, has been creating buzz. It even received a 90 percent average audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. Like the name suggests, this collection of animated shorts spans on a wide range of narratives and art styles,…

Crime Log – Vol. 54 Issue 10, March 15, 2019

A Switch-Up 5 p.m., March 2; 2000 Building Parking Lot An SCC staff member found that his vehicle’s rear license plate had been switched with a stolen vehicle’s license plate of the same make and model. The employee believed the switch happened on campus. “This is a fairly common tactic among car thieves,” said Sergeant…

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Ebbtide Eats: Cafes in Shoreline

The smell of fresh grounds is a well-loved scent in the city of Seattle, where coffee shops seem to hide in every corner. Compared to the bustling Greater Seattle area, Shoreline’s cafe scene may not offer as much variation compared to its neighboring metropolitan city, but the few that are here provide something different than…

Crime Log – Vol. 54 Issue 9, March 1, 2019

Fluorescent Fall 4:23 a.m., Feb. 11; Gym A section of the new neon light fixture attached in the gym fell due to the snow storm. A contractor has been scheduled to come and fix it. In Harm’s Way 11 p.m., Feb. 14; Off-Campus SCC student reported being threatened of physical harm by two people unaffiliated…

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Moving on Up

NEW COMMUNITY VANS LAUNCH IN SHORELINE Shoreline residents and students now have an alternative public travel option. King County Metro Services recently launched two new van services on Feb. 5, to help with the rising demand for evening bus rides, specifically Bus 331, which discontinued their evening operations back in 2014. Regarding this newest launch…

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Love: A Universal Language

WORLDWIDE VALENTINE TRADITIONS Whether you are in a committed relationship or not, the history and diverse cultures of Valentine’s Day may still be something you’d be interested in. The name “Valentine” itself derives from St. Valentine, a Roman Catholic priest. Although there are many uncertainties surrounding him, one of the most well-known legends describes St….

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