The Sea and the Sword

When imagining a college mascot, eagles, tigers or lions usually come to mind. They are the most common mascots used by schools in the U.S. because they are often seen as intimidating and ferocious. Then why a dolphin for SCC? […]

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Hello Birdie

SCC BADMINTON SOARS Badminton Club is in full swing. And things are starting to get competitive. The club recently hosted a tournament in the gymnasium which provided the chance for many of its members to flex their muscles and test […]

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Community Corner: Sun Fest

  “I enjoyed watching the clubs compete in various activities in the Amazing Race.” Photo by Kathleen Avery, member of the Community Integration Employment Program, which serves students with disability.

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Shuttle Dreams Come True

PICKUPS FOR E-LINE RIDERS SCC is losing parking spaces to the new dorms, but it will soon be gaining expanded shuttle coverage. Extended routes will support students who ride the Metro E-line along with students who park off campus. Tentatively […]

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Rebooting the Vote

ASG ELECTION RUNOFF The results of the presidential election are out. A total of 530 student votes were received. Denish Oleke received 237 votes, while Brian Dean Tansil and Long “Harry” Phan got 206 and 86 respectively. After a two-week […]

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Defining Hate

CAN FREE SPEECH BE TOO FREE? Last year, a white supremacist wearing a Hammerskins emblem appeared at SCC. It raised questions about the boundaries of free speech and brought up the argument of whether free speech protects or harms the […]

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Paradise Lost?

BIG ACTIVITY ON THE BIG ISLAND Residents of Hawaiʻi’s Big Island are facing a period of uncertainty. Eruptions at the Kīlauea volcano beckoned the national media to the district of Puna to study the unusual behavior of the world’s longest […]

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