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The Evolution of a Lifelong Passion

SCC Professor Juggles Work and Play Smoke curled through the bar, the low light filtering through the haze. While long past the era of slavery, Virginia was still very much a tobacco state — a fact that couldn’t have been more apparent at this particular tavern in the later half of 70s. Future SCC Professor…

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Tread Lightly

Netflix’s Rattlesnake Lacks Bite The Netflix original movie “Rattlesnake” sinks its fangs into the realm of the supernatural, but not enough to puncture the surface. It is directed by Zak Hilditch, who previously worked on the compelling end-of-days film “These Final Hours” and most notably his Stephen King film adaptation of the book “1922.” Snaking…

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Charm and Etiquette Never Go Out of Style

1930s Handbook Transcends Time “Apply an all-over foundation cream (any reputable brand) in a shade that matches your skin tone.” “If your brows are blonde or not well-defined, use an eyebrow pencil lightly.” These tips might sound as if they’ve been plucked straight from a makeup blog, but believe it or not, they’re 81 years…

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A Small Adjustment

SCC Volleyball Player Proves Size Doesn’t Matter It wouldn’t be surprising at all for Ashley Cordero to be an athlete. A middle infielder, a defensive specialist, or almost any position on a soccer field other than goalie. Outside hitter in volleyball is not a position that would come to mind. The 5’4” freshman can be…

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Major Recognition for Phin Volleyball

Perkins Named National Player of the Week Kammi Perkins, SCC’s star sophomore outside hitter,  was named the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Two-Year College Player of the Week for the week of October 14-20. It’s the first time in SCC history that a player has claimed the award, which is open to players at two-year…

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Ebbtide Eats: 95°C Bakery

At 85 ℃, there’s a world of pastries waiting for you. After the huge success of the Alderwood Mall location, which opened in 2017, the Euro-Asian fusion bakery expanded to Edmonds this summer. The new store is just off U.S. Highway 99 and only about a ten-minute drive from SCC. This popular bakery chain, established…

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Seasonal Storm Wreaks Havoc

Could The Pacific Northwest Be Next? On Oct. 12, Japan was ravaged by Typhoon Hagibis. At least 84 people were killed by way of floods, strong winds and mudslides in one of the worst storms in the country’s history, causing massive collateral damage. Hagibis produced a tornado that hit the city of Ichihara before making…

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The First Wave

Life In The 7000 Building SCC’s student housing project doesn’t just provide students a place to live: It promotes the idea that a more traditional college experience is possible at 2-year institutions. On Sept. 14-15 (the official move-in days), SCC’s 7000 Building opened its doors to approximately 210 students, with 51% being international students and…

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