The Ebbtide

Transfer shock 2016

June 4, 2016

By Adelia Sindunata Five SCC alumni sat as panelists—four from University of Washington and one from San Jose State University (SJSU)— on May 27 in the Quiet Dining Room to answer students’ questions about life after transferring. According to Cynthia Okawara, the International Education adviso...

Ukulele Club spreads happy tunes around SCC

Ukulele Club spreads happy tunes around SCC

June 4, 2016

Photo by Adelia Sindunata Caption: The Ukulele Club with instruments in hand By Adelia Sindunata It was a sunny Friday afternoon, and a few students were playing ukuleles in room 1503. They were playing “Love Yourself” by Justin Bieber and “What Makes You Beautiful” by One Direction. Some st...

Multicultural Week 2016: We are our stories

Multicultural Week 2016: We are our stories

May 24, 2016

By Gregor Elgee This quarter's multicultural week was an exciting mix of activities centered around the theme of storytelling: stories of healing, stories of strength, stories of cultural empowerment. The events were inspired largely by the works of Octavia butler, the author and focus of this year's C...

Coffee, photography, girls, and local punk rock

Coffee, photography, girls, and local punk rock

May 24, 2016

Photo by Aaron Meliza Caption: Mark Swanson views several rolls of fresh negatives on the light table in Shoreline Community College's photo lab. By Duwan Irons A strong aroma of freshly brewed coffee combined with the faint smell of chemicals leaks from the darkroom of the Photo Lab area in the Vis...

Example of how unorthodox homelessness can be

May 24, 2016

Photo by Gregor Elgee Caption: CEO student Emanuel Morgan and his case manager Pratna Kao. Morgan has spent significant time homeless in Seattle. by Gregor Elgee Emanuel Morgan doesn’t hide the fact that he grew up financially secure. An 18-year-old student with designer jeans, an iPhone, and sun...

How to help

How to help

May 24, 2016

By Lydia Tam and Aaron Berry Homelessness is hard. For those who are not homeless, the Ebbtide has compiled a list of several ways to help. Whether it is donating food in the U-district, volunteering as a tutor for homeless youth or donating old toys, there should be something for everyone who is ...

WPDSS: society of young economists

WPDSS: society of young economists

May 24, 2016

By Adelia Sindunata A group of students were busy doing some projects for Earth Week at SCC, from April 20-21. Wearing white t-shirts, some of them were welcoming the students who came to watch a movie in room 9202 while the rest of them were in charge of a recycling booth. They also offered free pop...

Randy tries: SCC dental hygiene

May 24, 2016

By Randy Hatfield Though somewhat plain, it’s clear when I walk in that it’s a waiting room: the walls are sparsely decorated with colorful posters depicting detailed renderings of teeth, people in long white coats are scurrying back and forth behind the counter and there’s a wide assortment ...

Welcoming the brand-new SCC Hiking Club

May 5, 2016

Photo by Aaron Meliza Caption: Hiking Club president Adrich Valerian leads vice president Jasson Partogi under a fallen tree in the woods of SCC's 800 building. By Calvin Li Whether you’re a hiking enthusiast or just someone who thinks of packing up and going for a hike when life gets rough, SCC...

Japanese club brings the land of the rising sun to Shoreline

April 26, 2016

Photo by Aaron Meliza Caption: Japanese Club president Violet Laucirica (behind podium), and vice president Natasha Sidik (pointing) lead the group in a game show-style trivia game. Teams competed against each other by answering questions relating to Japanese culture. By Adelia Sindunata A year ago, Violet Laucirica an...

From golf to psychology: a look at Don Christensen

April 25, 2016

Photo by Duwan Irons Caption: Psychology professor Don Christensen, originally an engineering student, became fascinated with psychology early on during his time enrolled in college. He decided to pursue a psychology degree after an engineering professor advised his class to pursue a career in what the...

Justin Denewith: rock-and-roll barista behind the window

Justin Denewith, drummer for Chris King &  The Gutterballs provides a caffeine fix for anyone in dire need of a pick-me-up.

April 25, 2016

Photo by Aaron Meliza Caption: Justin Denewith, drummer for Chris King & The Gutterballs provides a caffeine fix for anyone in dice need of a pick-me-up. "I can pour a pretty good latte," he says through a smirk. By Adelia Sindunata It was a cold, cloudy afternoon, but that didn’t stop students f...

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