To Vote or Not to Vote?

YOU WILL DECIDE THE RESULTS OF THE MIDTERM ELECTIONS Blue and red signs popping up on every corner makes voting season hard to miss. America’s current political climate is divided by controversial discussions and issues, resulting in the problem that […]

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Taking the Initiative

HOW WILL YOU VOTE ON LOCAL ISSUES? In Washington state, voters have the opportunity to affect our policies on greenhouse gases, firearm safety protections and law enforcement standards on deadly force through a series of initiatives. There is a huge […]

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The Secret Campus

SCC’S HIDDEN CORNERS SCC’s secluded campus has a number of hidden nooks and crannies just waiting to be explored by wandering students. Think you know a lot about the campus? There are a number of on-campus spots that students may […]

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Planning for Expansion

THE FUTURE LOOK OF SHORELINE Shoreline is growing, and that means the city is going to change. Dan Eernissee, the economic development program manager for the Shoreline City Council, recently came to SCC to discuss projects in Shoreline that have […]

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Vandals in the Forest

RESTORATION AND DESTRUCTION IN SCC’S “FOREST LABORATORY” For several years, there has been an unauthorized bike trail in SCC’s restoration area, located behind the soccer field. About 20 years ago, SCC biology instructor Matthew Loper said he was approached by […]

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