Wheelchair Ramps

One of the many slope caution signs around campus (Photo by Martin Musialczyk) By Allegra Simpkins Some students at SCC have expressed concerns about the wheelchair ramps on campus, which are not up to the regulations of the Americans with […]

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ASG in Review

By Cendri Johnson Club Recognition The Spice & Melody club was unanimously approved by the ASG. This club will focus on teaching students collaboration skills in putting on events involving food and music. Each event, it was said, would have […]

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News Briefs Vol 51 Issue 5

NEWS BRIEFS Prep Day Dec. 5 No classes today. Study up, ‘Phins! End-of-Quarter Cider Social 1-2 p.m., Dec. 5, PUB, Room 9202 Join President Roberts in the Quiet Dining Room for cider and treats to mark the end of the […]

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An Overview of the Jakarta Riot

People from various Indonesian Islamic organizations came to Jakarta to protest Ahok’s controversial statement. (courtesy of orbitindo.com) By Adelia Sindunata and Madeline Kimberly Indonesia is known to be a free country. Indonesians possess a very diverse range of ethnicities and […]

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Student Walkout

By Allegra Simpkins Shoreline student Harmony Mathison has organized a school-wide walkout to protest the hate and bigotry that this country has so quickly adopted as acceptable. In the past, protests have been a useful way to exercise your right […]

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