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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Dating Across Cultures

THE COMMUNICATION STRUGGLE IS REAL A while back, one of my American friends texted me on Messenger and said, “Seriously, I really like you.” I was puzzled and thought, “Does he mean he likes my personality or likes me romantically?” […]

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Phins on the Rise

SOPHOMORE PITCHERS FUEL SCC BASEBALL SCC baseball stumbled to a fifth place finish last year. But this year, things might go differently. Now coming in with a year under their belt, last year’s freshmen are looking to take the next […]

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Don’t Ask Me Why I Hate Math

THE PRICE OF THE MODEL MINORITY As a student who identifies as an Asian in America, my heritage brings with it prejudice against me, as a girl with slender, almond-shaped eyes and “yellow skin.” This means that like it or […]

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Best of Both Worlds

4.0 ATHLETE’S SECRET TO SUCCESS Upon opening the door to the gym, you’ll find three pictures hanging on the wall to represent SCC’s student athletes with the highest individual GPAs. Qin “Kim” Wang, is one of these athletes. Wang is […]

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Border Insecurity

SCC STUDENT DETAINED BY ICE When international student Jungeun “Rachel” Kim re-entered the U.S. from Canada in January, she had what she thought was an easy mission: to get her student status renewed. However, the mission turned out to be […]

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