Sears, Skateboards and Student Services

CANDIDATES HAVE THEIR SAY One candidate wants to improve the shuttles, another wants to negotiate with a nonexistent Sears over parking space and the third wants to add skateboards to campus life. The associated student government (ASG) presidency is down […]

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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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ASG DROPS CREATIVE OUTLET Around this time last year, a bunch of talented students were demonstrating their projects in the PUB Main Dining Room for the TechEXPO 2017. But what about this year? While a lot of students were looking […]

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Standing in Solidarity

TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL STUDENT OF COLOR CONFERENCE Students of color come together every year to learn how to battle the racism and discrimination that continues to exist in America today at the Students of Color Conference. The 28th Annual Students of […]

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Making Home Away From Home

SECRET SUCCESSES OF THE INTERNATIONAL PEER MENTORS Go ask an international student if they know what the International Peer Mentors (IPMs) are and almost 100 percent of them would certainly answer “yes.” In fact, IPMs are the first recognizable students […]

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And The Oscar Goes To…

GREAT ‘BEST PICTURE’ RIVALRIES THROUGHOUT HISTORY The Oscars are largely an excuse for the industry to pat itself on the back. Louis B. Mayer started the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 1927. He used the new entity […]

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