International Insights

WHAT IT’S LIKE TO LIVE IN A HOMESTAY In my own experience, studying abroad can be absolutely terrifying. International students have to adjust to cultural differences and overcome language barriers all while tolerating the loneliness of being on their own […]

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Depression and Me

A PERSONAL INSIGHT INTO MENTAL ILLNESS In 2015, I contemplated my death and nearly walked into the path of an oncoming truck. In 2016, I was hospitalized for my first suicide attempt. In 2017, I miscarried and was once again […]

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Attention Aspiring Authors

WRITING WORKSHOPS OFFER VALUABLE ADVICE The first two nights of SCC’s three novel-writing workshops provided enlightening glimpses into the minds of experienced writers. These workshops offer free opportunities for anyone with an interest in writing to drop by the SCC […]

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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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The Killshot

SCC VOLLEYBALL STAR LOOMS LARGE The Phins go through their postgame handshake line after notching a key upset win over #8 Bellevue. Nearly every player starts screaming. Seemingly oblivious to the gravity of the moment, Kammi Perkins just smiles and […]

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Don’t Struggle to Save

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF STUDENT EXCLUSIVE DEALS Going to college isn’t cheap. The nightmare of financial forms and late-night studying is something all too familiar. However, a number of economic benefits come with being a student. Everyone loves a good bargain, […]

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The Anatomy of Laughter

MEET THE MINDS BEHIND SCC’S COMEDY CLUB SCC has a brand new Comedy Club, and it’s off to a fantastic start. The very first meetings were held this quarter, and three of its representatives, Danny Bracy, Noah Bruckshen and Austin […]

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