Bleeding Money

LOOKING FOR ANSWERS IN SCC’S FINANCIAL CRISIS SCC is in the midst of a budget crisis. The school has not submitted financial statements since fiscal 2012-13. Due to an estimated $2.3 million budget shortfall, the campus is exploring possibilities of […]

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Weird Flex, But Okay

ATHLETES HAVE A RIGHT TO CELEBRATE Cinderella had a little extra kick in those glass slippers this time. The Oklahoma State Cowgirls softball team hadn’t been to the Women’s College World Series (WCWS) in over two decades. They were the […]

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Bummershoot

HOW A LOCAL STAPLE LET ME DOWN Sometimes for music festivals, the cons outweigh the pros and people are left empty-handed. Bumbershoot — Seattle’s biggest music, comedy and arts festival — takes over Seattle Center every year over Labor Day […]

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Sustainable Education

HOW WE CHOOSE OUR CURRICULUM For students at SCC, required classes are a familiar sight. English 101 and Multicultural Studies are just a couple of examples of the core requirements that grace the top corner of planning guides — but […]

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Phin For Life

A FORMER ASG PRESIDENT’S REFLECTIONS ON POLITICS AND ACTIVISM Every two or three years, 34-year-old Shaun Scott takes a bus from Seattle up to SCC. Nostalgia drives him to visit the campus that helped mold him into who he is […]

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Hot Drama

FOUNDER OF THEATER SOCIETY TALKS ‘TARTUFFE’ A timeless tale of hypocrisy is coming to SCC this summer. The 17th-century play “Tartuffe,” written by famed playwright Molière, will be put on in August by the Student Theatrical Society. SCC student Danny […]

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Top of the Pecking Order

MASKS, EMOTION AND COUNTRY POP WITH ZERO CORN Country music is still alive because it is finally embracing modernity. For those people who don’t necessarily find the ascendency of country music to be an automatic boon, I understand. But before […]

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