Prom (with) Queens

SCC’s Project Pride welcomed everyone to this year’s Pride Prom (previously Queer Prom) on May 12, 2017. Held in the PUB Main Dining Room, the dance was open to the public and without an entry fee. The dining hall was […]

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75 Years Later: Japanese Internment

Executive orders have the ability to move the nation overnight. The “Muslim Ban,” put in place by the current president, is a widely disliked example but it isn’t the first time an executive order targeted specific people. It was only […]

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A Love of Chemicals

Professor Clarita Bhat never really dreamed of teaching, but it was one special moment that changed her life. While getting her doctorate at Georgetown University, Bhat had to choose between teaching and medicine, but chose not to take the path […]

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