Northern Exposure

A TWO-DAY VANCOUVER GETAWAY As an international student, I remember how surprised I was when I discovered that it only takes three hours to drive from Seattle to Canada. I soon ventured to Vancouver, British Columbia (BC) for a two-day […]

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A Play on Words

SCC’S MODERN TAKE ON “MACBETH” SCC took on an ambitious execution of William Shakespeare’s renowned tragedy “Macbeth” this month, and the entire theater was held under its sinister spell. Directed by SCC drama professor Debra Pralle, “Macbeth” tells the story […]

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Full of Sound and Fury

“MACBETH” WILL STRUT AND FRET ITS HOUR UPON SCC’S STAGE This month, history will be made as “Macbeth” becomes the first William Shakespeare work ever to be performed at SCC. Penned by the legendary playwright at the beginning of the […]

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Home Safe Home?

PROTECTING WOMEN SHOULD BE A PRIORITY It is estimated that one in five women will experience sexual assault or rape during their college years, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC). While a much lower percentage of their population […]

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Reflections of a Mentee

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 […]

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Crime Updated

SCC STUDENT ABDUCTED, RETURNED SAFELY A student at SCC was allegedly abducted from campus on Dec. 11. Shoreline Police have classified the incident as domestic violence. The victim, 18, was allegedly forced into a vehicle belonging to a former boyfriend, […]

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Campaign Promises

IS ASG ANSWERING THE CALL? SCC has a number of resources available for students, but some on-campus assets aren’t always working, leaving all of us at a significant disadvantage. Denish Oleke, Associated Student Government (ASG) president, promised several courses of […]

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