Hot Drama

FOUNDER OF THEATER SOCIETY TALKS ‘TARTUFFE’ A timeless tale of hypocrisy is coming to SCC this summer. The 17th-century play “Tartuffe,” written by famed playwright Molière, will be put on in August by the Student Theatrical Society. SCC student Danny […]

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Top of the Pecking Order

MASKS, EMOTION AND COUNTRY POP WITH ZERO CORN Country music is still alive because it is finally embracing modernity. For those people who don’t necessarily find the ascendency of country music to be an automatic boon, I understand. But before […]

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Summer Cinema

COOL OFF WITH THESE FIVE FILMS Summer is the season of movies, and this year holds a promising lineup. To ease your efforts in narrowing down the selection, here are five films from a variety of genres that may or […]

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AFA Portfolio Show: In Review

SCC’S ART GRADUATES MAKE A STATEMENT SCC’s Fine Art graduates have joined forces to present a gallery of their best pieces in the lobby of the Visual Arts Center (building 2000). From paintings to prints, here is a sampling of […]

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Light and Shadow

SCC’S CHOIRS CHANNEL THE MIDDLE GROUND What does light and shadow sound like? At SCC’s year-end choir performance featuring Chamber Chorale and Shoreline Singers, audience members will have the chance to find out. SCC choir instructor Evan Norberg shared some […]

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Music Speaks Louder Than Words

SCC PIANIST PURSUES HIS PASSION The path to success comes with many small victories. This has proved true for SCC pianist Yuly Kopkin, whose musical journey has been significantly different than that of the average faculty member. Kopkin was born […]

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