World of Imagination

GEARING UP FOR GAME DESIGN Have you ever pictured a magnificent alternate reality only you could think up? SCC’s game design program was created to teach students how to share those realities. First-year SCC student Toshiaki Yamamura said he came […]

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Life of Note

MUSIC TEACHER’S UNEXPECTED JOURNEYS Creating sounds used by stars like Tina Turner, Dire Straits, Rick Astley and Michael Jackson was not a course Dave Bristow had set out for when he was young. Now nearing his 70s, at 6-foot-3, SCC’s […]

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Are You a Creep?

TAKE OUR QUIZ Dearest heterosexual man, I don’t actually hate you, okay? I didn’t hate you when you were in middle school and coined “Slap Ass Friday” and “Touch Tits Tuesday,” making future me recognize the one benefit of being […]

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Get Out of Town

TRANSFER TIPS FOR YOUR TRIP Moving from one place to another is hard, especially when you are an international student who got accepted into your favorite university in another part of the country. If you only feel 50 percent ready, […]

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Major Competition

MAKING THE CUT FOR UW COMPUTER SCIENCE SCC students looking to get into the computer science major at the UW may find it to be much more difficult than expected. As the demand for tech talent increases around the world, […]

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Let the Good Times Roll

APPLICATION SEASON NOT OVER YET It is still not too late to apply to universities for this fall. It’s true that a lot of universities had their application deadlines long ago, in March or even November. However, some schools offer […]

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Not So Hidden Anymore

SECRET STUDY SPOTS AT SCC Hello, nerds! Searching for the right place to study in the library? As finals week approaches, you might want to find a new place to study, especially if you’re one of those people who can’t […]

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Extra Credit

MONEY TIPS FOR STUDENTS A group of SCC students took time on a sunny day to learn about their credit. Many young people make poor choices that affect their credit, and these students opted to see what they could do […]

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Foolin’ People Ain’t Right!

OUTSMART THE HOUSING SCANS Once I decided to transfer to Emerson University in Boston, I started to work on finishing all the procedures needed for enrollment. Transcript? Done. Health information? Done. Housing? That was basically the only thing I have […]

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Sharing is Hard

ROADWAY COURTESY “Get off the road A-Hole!” I regularly hear that sentence from drivers just before I hear the sound of loud screeching tires, accompanied by a thick black cloud of exhaust, as an over-revved engine zooms away. The road […]

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