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AFA Portfolio Show: In Review

SCC’S ART GRADUATES MAKE A STATEMENT SCC’s Fine Art graduates have joined forces to present a gallery of their best pieces in the lobby of the Visual Arts Center (building 2000). From paintings to prints, here is a sampling of what you can expect to see at this year-end exhibit. Photos by: Nova Clark Untitled…

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Sports Roundup: European Soccer

BEND IT LIKE BRITAIN In Europe, they do sports differently than Americans do in the U.S. Most people know that soccer is the world’s most popular sport. And right now, the best soccer is being played in England. This year, both of the top tournaments in Europe have all-British finalists — and none of those…

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Music Speaks Louder Than Words

SCC PIANIST PURSUES HIS PASSION The path to success comes with many small victories. This has proved true for SCC pianist Yuly Kopkin, whose musical journey has been significantly different than that of the average faculty member. Kopkin was born in Yekaterinburg, Russia — the country’s fourth largest city. “Music education occupies a very strong…

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Ebbtide Eats: Shake ‘N Go

Just down the road of SCC is an old-fashioned American diner with lots of charm. Situated in the chain of businesses neighboring Central Market is Shake ‘N Go, a restaurant whose sign is denoted with “gourmet burgers and wraps.” The restaurant, which has been in operation going on 10 years, is a convenient 11-minute walk…

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Close to Home

“THE DROWSY CHAPERONE” IGNITES THE FAN IN ALL OF US Everyone has a favorite pastime, and for unnamed protagonist Man In Chair (Noah Bruckshen), it is “The Drowsy Chaperone,” a fictional 1920s musical that he loves inside and out. Man In Chair, who lives alone in his apartment, is affected by what he dubs a…

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New ASG President Hopes to Push Student Engagement

ISAAC TCHAO ENCOURAGES COMMUNICATION SCC’s current budget predicament has pushed the administration to attempt to improve communication with the staff and faculty. Students, however, are still mostly in the dark regarding SCC’s finances. Isaac Tchao, the new Associated Student Government (ASG) president, has based his campaign around the issue of improving communication channels between ASG…

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Under Further Review

THE INSTANT REPLAY PROBLEM Instant replay is a mechanism for sports officials to check to see if they got a call correct or not. And, recently, it has taken over professional sports. This year, for the first time ever at the Kentucky Derby, the winning horse was disqualified. And it happened 22 minutes after the…

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The Grass Isn’t Always Greener

SUSTAINABILITY OR MARKETING SCHEME? The fashion industry is responsible for 10 percent of the global carbon footprint, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Furthermore, the EPA estimates that the average American will throw away about 81 pounds of clothing this year. All of this 81 pound load will eventually reside in the ever-growing monstrosity…

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Green Sleeves

EXPERTS TALK ETHICAL FASHION In an increasingly environmentally-conscious world, what more can be done to help the planet? It just so happens that one of the answers can be found inside your own closet. Today, it feels as though the fashion industry favors quantity over quality. This decline of standards of affordable clothing in the…

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Alcohol-Adjacent

SUPPORTING LOVED ONES THROUGH ADDICTION If you are an Adult Child of Alcoholic parents, as are many individuals, you may have experienced being withdrawn, having mixed emotions, being disconnected, or even finding amazing social interactions at work, but very few or no friends in your personal life as well as fear of romantic partnerships. According…

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