Sears, Skateboards and Student Services

CANDIDATES HAVE THEIR SAY One candidate wants to improve the shuttles, another wants to negotiate with a nonexistent Sears over parking space and the third wants to add skateboards to campus life. The associated student government (ASG) presidency is down […]

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Oil and Clay

FACULTY ART SHOW GRACES GALLERY Two contrasting artists shared a single space to showcase their work at the SCC art gallery this spring. Those artists were Nicholas Enevoldsen and Gary Georger, two SCC art instructors. Enevoldsen is a painter who […]

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A Fresh Look

SCC’S MIMI HARVEY If you saw Professor Mimi Harvey as a child in the prairies of Nebraska, rounding up the neighborhood kids and pretending to teach, you might have expected her to become the teacher she is today.   What […]

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Presidential Profiles

GEARING UP FOR ASG ELECTIONS Put on your democracy hats, Phins. It’s that time of year again. Students will have a chance to vote in the annual Associated Student Government (ASG) presidential election from April 25 to May 9. Students, […]

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Standing in Solidarity

TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL STUDENT OF COLOR CONFERENCE Students of color come together every year to learn how to battle the racism and discrimination that continues to exist in America today at the Students of Color Conference. The 28th Annual Students of […]

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Start Your Engines

AUTO TECH PROGRAM STANDS OUT Many SCC students have never been to the far northwest corner of SCC, where a cornucopia of cars marks the site of the automotive department. This is where students receive training in state-of-the-art technology and […]

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Throwing Heat

NEW STAR IN FAMILIAR PHIN Hope Lawrence didn’t throw a pitch from the end of last season until December. Since then, she’s been the most improved player for SCC softball. The sophomore pitcher has halved her earned run average from […]

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Summertime in South Africa

STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS An opportunity for students to earn credit while traveling to South Africa is coming up this summer. Ernest Johnson, from SCC’s multicultural studies department, will lead a study abroad trip to the Cape Town area […]

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Many Voices, Many Sides

“LARAMIE” SHOWS HOW FAR WE’VE YET TO GO President Barack Obama signed the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crime Prevention Act on October 28, 2009. SCC’s “The Laramie Project” focuses on one of the bill’s namesakes, Shepard, an […]

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Best of Both Worlds

4.0 ATHLETE’S SECRET TO SUCCESS Upon opening the door to the gym, you’ll find three pictures hanging on the wall to represent SCC’s student athletes with the highest individual GPAs. Qin “Kim” Wang, is one of these athletes. Wang is […]

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