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Double Exposure: ’12 Angry Men’ (1957)

Nova Clark

May 6, 2019

“Double Exposure” is a brand new column dedicated to bringing attention to classic films of note. Written by Reginald Rose and directed by Sidney Lumet, “12 Angry Men” reigns as perhaps the most important courtroom drama of our time. The premise is simple: On a muggy, Manhattan aftern...

Going Out on a High Note

Going Out on a High Note

Nova Clark

May 6, 2019

"THE DROWSY CHAPERONE" COMES TO SCC It’s time to ring in the roaring ‘20s as SCC welcomes to its stage the Tony-winning musical “The Drowsy Chaperone.” Set in the era of flappers and speakeasies, this tongue-in-cheek comedy debuted on Broadway in 1998 and will be directed by SCC acting...

Music: The Greatest Escape

Music: The Greatest Escape

Travis Tribble

May 6, 2019

SCC STUDENT FINDS THAT PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT Summer is coming and there will be an abundance of new bands to go see, including SCC student Em Heffernan's project Nessy. Em Heffernan singing in the band Nessy at a house show. Photo credit Travis Tribble On April 20, Nessy opened a house sho...

Curve Your Enthusiasm

Curve Your Enthusiasm

Travis Tribble

April 22, 2019

INTERVIEW WITH THE FLAT-EARTH LEADER Many of the leaders in the Flat Earth Society have backgrounds in engineering, computing and other intellectual disciplines. The question remains: How can people who are otherwise level-headed and logical fall prey to what seems to be a ridiculous notion that c...

Apollo 11 Lands in Museum of Flight

Apollo 11 Lands in Museum of Flight

Nova Clark

April 21, 2019

SEATTLE DEBUTS “DESTINATION MOON” EXHIBIT A slice of space history has landed in Seattle, and you can see it in person. Buzz Aldrin’s iconic helmet and gloves. Photo: Paul Clark The astronauts of Apollo 11 departed and returned to Earth in the command module Columbia. Photo: Paul Clark Artifacts from the famed Apollo 11 mission that first took astronauts to the moon in 1969 have been loaned from Washington D.C.’s Smithsonian to S...

“The Twilight Zone” Returns

Nova Clark

April 21, 2019

ENTERING JORDAN PEELE’S FIFTH DIMENSION From a legacy of mystery that began 60 years ago, “The Twilight Zone” has returned to its well-deserved place in the spotlight. Hosted by Rod Serling, the original television show ran from 1959 to 1964 featuring tales of science fiction known for their...

The Mechanics of Love and Death

Natasha Sidik

April 21, 2019

A REVIEW OF NETFLIX’S NEW ANIMATED ANTHOLOGY The recent release of “Love, Death, and Robots,” an animated anthology on Netflix, has been creating buzz. It even received a 90 percent average audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. Like the name suggests, this collection of animated shorts spans on a wid...

In the Quiz of Thrones, You Win or You Die

CJ Priebe

April 21, 2019

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Reflections of a Mentee

Reflections of a Mentee

Juan Páez

February 4, 2019

SCC PROFESSOR IN HOLLYWOOD SPOTLIGHT Hollywood producers have taken an interest in making a movie about Mahmoud Muhammad Taha, Sudanese religious and political leader, through the eyes of SCC professor Ernest Johnson. Johnson lived in Sudan for nine years under Taha’s tutelage until Taha was ex...

Airhead Redemption

Tobias Hope-Young

January 19, 2019

THE YOUTUBER WHO DESTROYED HIS OWN CAREER In December of 2017, Logan Paul (former Vine star and current YouTube celebrity) hiked into the infamous Aokigahara forest, commonly known as the “Suicide Forest.” Paul’s intended purpose was to delve into the supernatural legends that were associated w...

Complimentary Television

Nova Clark

January 19, 2019

WHAT TO WATCH WHEN YOU DON’T HAVE CABLE Cable television could be considered an obsolete expense for the present-day viewer. Who hasn’t heard the age-old reason for cancelling cable subscriptions that is, “I have so many channels that I don’t even watch?” For those lacking cable (o...

A Stroll Through the Wood – Seattle Transplant Weaves Natural With Industrial

A Stroll Through the Wood - Seattle Transplant Weaves Natural With Industrial

Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati

December 9, 2017

There’s a new gallery in town, featuring wildly colored, abstract woodblock prints. Artist Alex Boeschenstein “Fields of Irisarri” holds 14 solo, non-reproducible woodblock pieces available for students and faculty to view in the Administration Building. Boeschenstein was originally from Cleveland,...

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