Black History Month

By Coral Nafziger It’s a sort of catch-22 — celebrating Black History Month will always be too little too late; but not celebrating it because it is lacking often means doing even less, and defaulting to the status quo of […]

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Summer Salad in Winter

By Martin Musialczyk As winter continues to show its ugly side in so many ways, whether it be in the form of snow, wind, rain, ice or more rain, sometimes dreaming of the warmer parts of the year can get […]

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Revenge of the Ramen

Content and picture by Ilona Kinnear After the bloodshed of my previous article reached the eyes of top Lancer officials, the cook supposedly fixed some mistakes and contacted my boss, begging me to have another bowl of ramen. I was […]

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Movies: Real News Edition

By Nick McCann All The President’s Men Starting off right with one of my favorites from the 70s. This film covers the story of real-life reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein’s investigation into the Watergate Scandal, documenting all the breakthrough […]

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A Letter from SCC’s President

On Feb. 8, SCC president Cheryl Roberts sent out an email addressing the rise of civic involvement and the need to maintain an environment accepting of differing opinions. The Ebbtide has decided to publish Roberts’ email in this issue to […]

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In the Midst of Winter

By Jerry Choi and Martin Musialczyk The air has suddenly become crisp and temperatures have dropped to the low 30s. The sun is setting sooner, and snow comes and goes. It seems that Seattle has some polar air from the […]

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