The Ebbtide

Vandals in the Forest

An unauthorized bike trail is damaging SCC's restoration area.

June 8, 2018

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 an organization called Mid-Sound Fishe...

Word on the Street: “If you could be one of the faculty members, who would you want to be and why?”

June 1, 2018

    “I would be Reggie Garrett because he is a chill guy and I think he understands the world really well — I think of him as a leader and a really great person.” - Connor Smith           “I would want to be Clarita Bhat because I would love to run ...

A Fresh Look

Professor Mimi Harvey in her o ice which she's decorated with art from her travels around the world.

May 7, 2018

SCC'S MIMI HARVEY If you saw Professor Mimi Harvey as a child in the prairies of Nebraska, rounding up the neighborhood kids and pretending to teach, you might have expected her to become the teacher she is today.   What you wouldn’t expect is the story that got her here. Growing up in a family that ...

Sharing Her Silent World

Jodene Anicello reminisces about her life.

April 20, 2018

INSTRUCTOR TEACHES FROM EXPERIENCE It was an exhausting start of the day for everyone on campus, given that it was an early morning on the second-to-last day of instruction before finals. But in one of the rooms in the 1800 Building, students were not leaning on fists or falling asleep. Ins...

New Coach Brings Hope

CJ Priebe

April 20, 2018

WOMEN'S SOCCER PREPARES TO DOMINATE SCC’s new women’s soccer coach brings a certain air of confidence about him. The air is eternally thick with the scent of evergreens and Starbucks around Shaun Warner. Warner loves Seattle sports, and he’s a huge supporter of the Sounders and the Seahaw...

Mermaids, Memo Pads and Meg

Natasha Sidik

February 9, 2018

MEET THE FACE OF THE FRONT DESK As a child, Meg Humphrey re-watched “The Little Mermaid” on her VCR tapes to the point of breaking them. Looking back, she realizes she was a very lucky 3-year-old to have a dad who didn’t mind replacing those tapes over and over again. Today, Humphrey, who works ...

Combating Faculty Inequity: Adjuncts Deal With Lesser Pay

Combating Faculty Inequity: Adjuncts Deal With Lesser Pay

November 20, 2017

Adjunct faculty at SCC often get paid half as much as full-time faculty, but the two groups are teaming up to decrease the inequity. Pink buttons recently popped up across campus as SCC shone a spotlight on the discrepancies between full- time and adjuncts in higher education. Campus Equity Week was...

New Year, New Coach – Amy Donovan Brings Lifelong Passion to SCC

New Year, New Coach - Amy Donovan  Brings Lifelong Passion to SCC

October 30, 2017

Phin women's basketball has a new head coach. Amy Donovan has an Ivy League education, expertise in multiple sports and her own sports performance company. Growing Up Donovan hails from the Evergreen State, more specifically from Battle Ground in southwestern Clark County and about 45 minutes north of...

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