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Crime Log – Vol. 55 Issue 1

Fender Bender An SCC employee reported damage to their vehicle to Safety and Security on Sept. 11. Safety and Security filed a report. Loitering An adult male was blocking entry to the 1000 Building on Sept. 19. Safety and Security confronted the individual and referred the incident to the Shoreline Police Department when he refused…

News Briefs – Oct. 11, 2019

Drop-in Nursing Student Advising 7-8 a.m., 4-5 p.m., Oct. 14, 15; Rm. 2319 (morning), Rm. 2337 (afternoon) Are you nursing some thoughts about your future career? Feel free to keep thinking, or drop-in and see an adviser about SCC’s nursing program. Your job could be helping people on a daily basis. SCOF Grocery Shuttles 4-7…

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Bleeding Money

LOOKING FOR ANSWERS IN SCC’S FINANCIAL CRISIS SCC is in the midst of a budget crisis. The school has not submitted financial statements since fiscal 2012-13. Due to an estimated $2.3 million budget shortfall, the campus is exploring possibilities of layoffs and class cuts in 2021, according to Acting Vice-President for Student Learning Bayta Maring….

News Briefs – Vol 54 Issue 15, June 14, 2019

Final Exams June 17-19 It’s the final countdown… Good luck on your finals, Phins. You got this. The Honors College Research Track: Final Presentations 1:30-3:20 p.m., June 19; Rm. 9208 The Honors College has a unique year-long course called the Research Track, which gives Honors students the chance to participate and create their own in-depth…

Sustainable Education

HOW WE CHOOSE OUR CURRICULUM For students at SCC, required classes are a familiar sight. English 101 and Multicultural Studies are just a couple of examples of the core requirements that grace the top corner of planning guides — but what about sustainability? What Is Sustainability? 1987’s Brundtland Report, which served to unite all nations…

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Pride Prom

ON MAY 23, SCC HELD A PRIDE PROM THAT DOUBLED AS A DRAG SHOW. FIVE PROFESSIONAL PERFORMERS ENTERTAINED AN AUDIENCE OF STUDENTS AND FACULTY: THEN, THE DANCING ENSUED! TweetSharePin

News Briefs – Vol 54 Issue 14, May 31, 2019

Skyhawks Employment Opportunities 11 a.m.-1 p.m., June 3; PUB Main Floor Lobby Skyhawks Sports Academy is looking for coaches and directors to run their sports campus this summer. If you love playing sports, hanging out with kids and teaching or mentoring, this may be the job for you. ASG Conversation Cafe: Identity 12-1 p.m., June…

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A Reason to Smile

SCC BACHELOR’S PROPOSAL CLEARS STATE BOARD SCC is one step closer to offering students a Bachelor’s of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene (BAS-DH). The state Board of Education approved a “statement of need” on May 2, according to Maryrose Bellert, the head of SCC’s dental hygiene department. The college hopes to enroll the first class…

Taking Away Women’s Choice

THE INTENT BEHIND ALABAMA’S NEW ABORTION BILL Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has recently signed an anti-abortion proposal, House Bill 314 (HB 314), criminalizing people in her state who provide surgical abortions with a punishment of up to 99 years in prison. HB 314 neglected to define who the provider is in the case of self-induced…

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