News Briefs – Vol 52 Issue 9

Spring Registration March 6-10 It’s finally here. Whether it’s your last few classes here, your last classes for the year or just another quarter that you’ll follow up with summer classes, don’t waste them. Expand your horizons! Cement your transfer […]

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A Letter from SCC’s President

On Feb. 8, SCC president Cheryl Roberts sent out an email addressing the rise of civic involvement and the need to maintain an environment accepting of differing opinions. The Ebbtide has decided to publish Roberts’ email in this issue to […]

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ASG in Review – Feb. 17

By Nellie Ferguson Mini-Grants SCC Cheer Requested: $2,000 Granted: $2,000 Cheerleading captain Sara Rutherford’s squad consists entirely of new members this year, all of whom are in need of new uniforms. Because the cheer captain and adviser changed this year, […]

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News Briefs – Vol 52 Issue 8

Books to Prisoners All winter quarter, SCC Library The Ray Howard Library is having a book drive, teaming up with Books to Prisoners, a “Seattle-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to foster a love of reading behind bars, encourage the […]

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ASG in Review

By Cendri Johnson New Officers Adrianna Flores is now officially recognized as the ASG’s Technological Affairs Officer. Nida Haque is now officially recognized as the ASG’s Policy and Procedure Officer. Mini-Grants SCC Cheer Amount Requested: $1000 Amount Granted: $0 SCC […]

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News Briefs Vol 52 Issue 7

MCollege Rep Visits 11 a.m.-1 p.m., PUB Representatives from Washington educational institutions will be in the PUB to answer questions and tell you about their institutions. Feb. 6 — Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide & Western Washington University They will both […]

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