Sex Offenders and Education

A GLANCE AT THE RULES Washington state law permits registered sex offenders (RSOs) to enroll in community colleges, as long as schools have strict policies regarding these students. But the topic of RSOs on campus can be controversial among students. […]

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Ain’t no Sunshine When It’s Gone

SUNFEST RETURNS If you have been deep in your studies, you may not have known that every year, spring quarter at SCC is home to the almost-end-of-year celebration known as SunFest. This year’s SunFest featured three days of festivities and […]

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Leave a Legacy

REMEMBERING CHELSEA SNYDER “And I thought I’d let you know what a hugely positive influence you were on me.” “I am knee-deep in three different Google Docs right now that I’ve made. You made me such a better student just […]

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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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No Longer Hidden

SCC’S FOOD PANTRY MOVES DOWNSTAIRS Students no longer need to trek up the PUB stairs to take advantage of the SCC pantry. The pantry has moved down from the third floor of the PUB to Room 9203 on the main […]

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Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover

FACT-CHECKING THE CANDIDATES “I would definitely vote for him because he looks better than other candidates.” “I won’t vote for this guy because I have talked to him before and he is just a socially awkward person.” I am so […]

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Presidential Profiles

GEARING UP FOR ASG ELECTIONS Put on your democracy hats, Phins. It’s that time of year again. Students will have a chance to vote in the annual Associated Student Government (ASG) presidential election from April 25 to May 9. Students, […]

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Throwing Heat

NEW STAR IN FAMILIAR PHIN Hope Lawrence didn’t throw a pitch from the end of last season until December. Since then, she’s been the most improved player for SCC softball. The sophomore pitcher has halved her earned run average from […]

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