Where is the Line?

UPHOLDING FREE SPEECH WITHIN COMMUNITY STANDARDS On Monday, June 4, a man on campus used a large sign with harsh language on it to denounce Islam directly in front of the PUB. A number of classrooms reported the volume of […]

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End of A Global Era

SAYING FAREWELL TO FUELL After a decade of service, SCC’s director of the Global Affairs Center (GAC), Larry Fuell, will be stepping down from the position. “I’m retiring,” said Fuell, who also taught political science at SCC. Fuell founded GAC […]

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Green Movement = Green Bins

LACK OF COMPOST DOESN’T ADD UP Garbage and recycling bins are widely available across campus. However, there are only a few compost bins, and they’re all in the same place. In the PUB, bins come in threes, with the green […]

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Pads, Protests and Partying

ASG in Review: Year-End Edition The entirety of SCC’s ASG is about to graduate. As the new guard prepares to take over, it bears the responsibility of having to look at the shoes they intend to fill. According to Yorin […]

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Trading on Education

A CHANGE IN POLICY FOR LIBERAL ARTS The nature of community college education is being questioned on a national scale. In January’s State of the Union Address, President Donald Trump put an emphasis on bolstering apprenticeships and technical programs in […]

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Pumping Privacy

A WIN FOR NURSING MOTHERS A new temporary lactation room has been set up at SCC for nursing mothers. The room is on the bottom floor of the gym. The room features a bright, spa-like environment with multiple couches. Additionally, […]

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A Resource for Student by Students

QUICK TIPS FOR COLLEGE SURVIVAL New to the library are Zines, a series of questions and answers compiled into magazines that have been written and designed by SCC students for first-year students moving into college life. The questions found in […]

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