Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover

FACT-CHECKING THE CANDIDATES “I would definitely vote for him because he looks better than other candidates.” “I won’t vote for this guy because I have talked to him before and he is just a socially awkward person.” I am so […]

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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&E Calendar – Vol 53 Issue 12, May 4, 2018

New Faculty Exhibit: “Converging Landscapes” March 26-May 4, 1000 Building, Lobby SCC’s spring art exhibit “Converging Landscapes” is a display of creative pieces by artists and SCC instructors Nicholas Enevoldsen and Gary Georger. Enevoldsen’s unique series of oil compositions, “The […]

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Coming to SCC: “Kumu Hina”

TRANS LIFE IN HAWAII All over campus, signs read “You are welcome here” and that includes LGBTQ people. The award-winning film, “Kumu Hina,” shows how universal acceptance was the norm in  traditional Hawaiian culture and how this tradition is being […]

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Measure Your Pleasure

THE I.CON IS COMING, WILL YOU? Do you think you’re good in bed? Think you’re the best they’ve ever had? Soon enough you’ll be able to finally get somewhat of an accurate read on your sexual performance in real time. […]

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Sports Calendar

Baseball 1 p.m., May 5, @ Bellevue College, vs. Bellevue College 4 p.m., May 5, @ Bellevue College, vs. Bellevue College Noon., May 6, @ Meridian Park, vs. Bellevue College 3 p.m., May 6, @ Meridian Park, vs. Bellevue College […]

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Puck Luck

HOCKEY COMES TO SEATTLE? Seattle might be getting a hockey team. The National Hockey League (NHL) and its longtime commissioner Gary Bettman have decided to test the waters in the great Northwest. Come on in, Gary; the water’s cold, but […]

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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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