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Night of One Thousand Sophomores: Second Year Students Will Be Performing in this Showcase

April 30, 2017

Most of the students on campus, outside the music department, don’t even know that SCC has an annual Sophomore Showcase. Fortunately, we haven’t missed this year’s show. It’s coming soon. This Sophomore Showcase is free for anyone who wants to come and watch. “The Sophomore Showcase is a...

Welcome to S-Town

April 30, 2017

"Something's happened. Something has absolutely happened in this town. There's just too much little crap for something not to have happened. And I've about had enough of shit town and the things that goes on." That’s John B. McLemore. He first contacted Brian Reed, a producer for a podcast called...

What I’m Watching: Easy Rider

April 30, 2017

Got a library card? Then check out take a ride to America. If you were to ask me my favorite time period for filmmaking, I’d have to go with the late 1960s and all of the ‘70s. These times were when the American film industry saw some dramatic changes. Movies were going independent, experimenting...

Sakura Con Budgeting: A Lesson

April 29, 2017

Ilona Kinnear

Sakura Con 2017 : A Wonderful Year for Cosplay

Sakura Con 2017 : A Wonderful Year for Cosplay

April 29, 2017

Eevee has evolved! Into kimonos! The cutie crew of Sylveon, Espeon, Eevee, Leafeon, and Glaceon. Sakura Con is a wonderful event that puts anime fans from all walks of life together under one roof. And it’s not just anime, a lot of cartoon and videogame fans are there as well. It’s the second la...

From Margin to Center: Social Injustice Explained Through Arts and Films

April 15, 2017

Social injustice never quits. So programs like “From Margin to Center” exist to promote social justice. This program will last three weeks, and will include films, talks and art installations. It aims to voice the unheard stories of our society in hopes of creating a sense of social justice on SCC’s...

Starship Troopers

April 15, 2017

One thing you should know about me: I’m absolutely in love with monster movies. These flicks come in a wide variety. From “Tremors” to “Godzilla”, there are plenty to choose from for raw, man-on-creature violence. In 1997, Paul Verhoeven, director of classic action films like “Total Recall”...

DAIPANbutoh

DAIPANbutoh

March 19, 2017

It has been said that any day you don’t learn a new thing is a day where you wasted your time. Well, between now and April 13, if you head over to the SCC gallery in the 1000 Building, that new thing you learn could be butoh. Butoh is a body-based performing art, a Japanese dance theatre. It originated...

Cranes Migrate to SCC : Art Class Creates Public Art for Final Project

Cranes Migrate to SCC : Art Class Creates Public Art for Final Project

March 19, 2017

Scattered around campus are a giant pencil, “graffiti walls” in bathrooms, paper crane-making stations and other works of public art created by students in Art 110, “Three-Dimensional Design.” Class instructor Matt Allison says that throughout the quarter, students have worked on smaller projects...

Laugh Factory : “Improvable and Highly Sketchy” Hits the Stage

Left to Right: Austin Olson, Noah Bruckshen, Teagan Bourgette, Tucker Leidholm, Eva Wellington, Camaira Metz, Charlie Santiago, Cassia Ward (Photo by James Dennis)

March 4, 2017

We all need a laugh from time to time, especially with finals coming up and all of us scrambling to finish the end of quarter projects and papers, a break is going to do us wonders. Improvable and Highly Sketchy is just the thing that could brighten up your weekend, at least for a couple hours. This...

Caring Cups: SCC Pottery Auction Supports Charity

February 18, 2017

By Madeline Kimberly Photo by Martin Musialczyk Everything tends to sound more valuable when it’s being auctioned to the highest bidder. Well, get ready to throw out your bid, as the SCC campus is going to be holding a silent auction soon. Currently, the gallery in the 1000 Building is displayin...

Sorry, No Horned Helmet

February 18, 2017

By Madeline Kimberly Get ready for high-pitched singing and large poofy dresses. The opera is coming to Shoreline Community College. The upcoming operas are “Cabildo” and “The Fox Tales,” brought to you by director Charles Enlow, who is a faculty member at SCC. Enlow is a professional con...

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