The Ebbtide

Pocket-sized Politics

Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati

November 4, 2018

IT'S NEWS FOR YOUR EARS Everyone desires something slightly different in their news source. You might follow it just in passing or be dedicated to a particular journalist or devoted to a specific source. Whether you want to change the world or just figure out what going on in it, podcasts can...

The Secret Campus

The Secret Campus

Shari Sung

October 20, 2018

SCC'S HIDDEN CORNERS SCC’s secluded campus has a number of hidden nooks and crannies just waiting to be explored by wandering students. Think you know a lot about the campus? There are a number of on-campus spots that students may have never noticed throughout their time on campus Greenhouse ...

Nerding Out

Shari Sung

October 20, 2018

CALLING ALL COMPUTER SCIENTISTS Living in a technology-based era, coding has become so crucial that Apple’s Tim Cook said that it’s better to learn to code than learn English as a second language. Since coding became more accessible and common for the public due to the massive information expo...

Food for Fright

Food for Fright

CJ Priebe

October 20, 2018

LOCAL LEGENDS AND HALLOWED HAUNTINGS Welcome to the spookiest time of year. With the leaves turning and the weather negating most non-heated types of outdoor fun, the Ebbtide wanted to open up a box of graham crackers and grab our pointed sticks. We invite you to come sit with us around the ca...

‘Searching’ for Safety

Natasha Sidik

October 20, 2018

FILM SERVES AS CAUTIONARY TALE There are a number of horrifying things that can happen outside of our control, and staying safe is a high priority. In the recent hit movie “Searching,” the disappearance of high school student Margot Kim illustrates why safety is important for all ages. The fil...

SCC’s Very Own Rocket Man

Future interstellar colonizer: Harry Phan. PHOTO BY: Nick Molsee.

Tobias Hope-Young

October 6, 2018

FROM VIETNAM TO WASHINGTON. NEXT STOP, SPACE. Harry Phan wants to build a spaceship for interstellar colonization. He says he’s not at the construction phase yet, but he’s making progress, taking classes to become an astronautical engineer. It's a difficult task, but he seems optimistic about his...

Feeling Lonely? Get Engaged.

Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati

October 6, 2018

INVOLVEMENT YOU CAN COMMIT TO It may not be easy, but this is the time to find your niche on campus. SCC has a number of student engagement programs designed specifically for people looking to get involved on campus. Even better, these student-driven programs are free of charge. Some even have p...

From Libya to Liberation

From Libya to Liberation

Celeste Boudreaux

October 6, 2018

BRAVE GIRL IN THE MIDST OF CIVIL WAR As a Muslim girl, Yara Buker has only worn a hijab once in her life: when she was under threat of being killed. Buker grew up in Benghazi, Libya, for 19 years, and was raised to be a very family-minded individual. At the age of 17, she started working at a liberal ...

Ebbing Away

Exiting Ebbtiders (from left): Davira Sha ena, Frances Hui, Connor Tee, Kristen Clark and Areeya Tipyasothi

Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati

June 22, 2018

NEW CHAPTER AT THE EBBTIDE All good things come to an end. Some of the Ebbtide’s veteran staffers will be stepping down from their positions at the end of the quarter. They may get recognition in our little corner office on the third floor of the PUB, but SCC now has the chance to get a li...

Half the Day is Not Enough

June 22, 2018

AN APPEAL FOR LONGER LIBRARY HOURS “Just so you know, the library will close in 10 minutes.” That’s the library staff every night at 7:20 p.m., when I start to send all my documents and browser history from the library computer to my laptop. In these moments, I really wish the library could stay...

World of Imagination

World of Imagination

June 22, 2018

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 to the game design program after being “inspire...

Life of Note

Life of Note

Nick Molsee

June 22, 2018

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 towering British digital music tech faculty finds himself...

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