Coming to SCC: “Kumu Hina”

TRANS LIFE IN HAWAII All over campus, signs read “You are welcome here” and that includes LGBTQ people. The award-winning film, “Kumu Hina,” shows how universal acceptance was the norm in  traditional Hawaiian culture and how this tradition is being […]

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Measure Your Pleasure

THE I.CON IS COMING, WILL YOU? Do you think you’re good in bed? Think you’re the best they’ve ever had? Soon enough you’ll be able to finally get somewhat of an accurate read on your sexual performance in real time. […]

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A&E Calendar

Small Ensemble Recital 12:30-1:30 p.m., March 16; 800 Building (Room 818) SCC’s talented music students have been handpicked by SCC musicians and teachers for the Small Ensemble Recital, a “talent showcase” that allows dedicated music enthusiasts to show what they’ve […]

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Many Voices, Many Sides

“LARAMIE” SHOWS HOW FAR WE’VE YET TO GO President Barack Obama signed the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crime Prevention Act on October 28, 2009. SCC’s “The Laramie Project” focuses on one of the bill’s namesakes, Shepard, an […]

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SCC’s Dark Secret

CURRICULUM CHAMPIONS ANALOG PHOTOGRAPHY Traditional film? You mean those black-and-white pictures taken with a weighty film camera? It may sound old-school to you but the SCC’s photography department might not agree. In the back of the Visual Arts Building sits […]

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A&E Calendar

Student Afternoon Recital 12:30-1:30 p.m., Mar. 2; Room 818 (800 Building) The Student Afternoon Recital will be showcasing hand-picked talented SCC musical performers in the music building (800 Building), which is the lone building off the beaten path next to […]

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Some Stories Need to Be Told

“LARAMIE” SHOWS HOW FAR WE’VE COME At SCC, everyone’s rights are supported. No matter their identity, who they love or want, what religion they honor or the color of their skin — everyone should be accepted for who they are. […]

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Laramie Project

“The Laramie Project” features 15 SCC theater students playing over 70 different real life individuals from Laramie, Wyo., following the death of openly gay student Matthew Shepard. The cast shares quotes from the characters they play that spoke to them […]

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And The Oscar Goes To…

GREAT ‘BEST PICTURE’ RIVALRIES THROUGHOUT HISTORY The Oscars are largely an excuse for the industry to pat itself on the back. Louis B. Mayer started the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 1927. He used the new entity […]

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