The Ebbtide

One presidential candidate in student elections

April 26, 2016

Photo Illustration by Randy Hatfield By Gregor Elgee Winston Lee didn’t know he was the only candidate running for student body president until the end of last week. Having written a two-page platform describing his plan for next year, the realization he would have no one to compete with was a sh...

Woman beaten bloody in parking lot

April 26, 2016

Photo by Eva Guarnero Caption: Police and campus security question the bruised woman following an altercation. By Eva Guarnero A woman was assaulted in SCC’s Visitor Parking Lot on Friday, April 8, around 1:35 PM. The victim, who was not a student or faculty member, was repeatedly punched in the face by...

TechEXPO coming to SCC late April

April 26, 2016

By Aaron Berry & Lydia Tam A giant paper-mâché volcano and a 3-D printer are just two projects of several that will be showcased at the TechExpo, a new event that will highlight science and tech projects by SCC students and programs. The event is organized by Tam Nguyen, the Associated Student Government (ASG) Tec...

On deck with the Dolphins: midseason preview

April 26, 2016

Photo by Aaron Meliza Caption: First Baseman Sheldon Rouzan, moments away from knocking a foul ball By Calvin Li After a win and three losses against Skagit Valley last weekend, the SCC baseball team remains fifth out of eight in the North Region of Washington’s Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). ...

Calvin in America: Calvin’s first live MLB game

April 26, 2016

By Calvin Li No one’s first game experience could ever top the one that I had last Wednesday, where the Seattle Mariners took on the Texas Losers, AKA the Texas Rangers. This trip to the Mariners’ Game couldn’t have been more authentic. Gregor – my American co-worker – and I left SCC an hour e...

Charles Bradley’s third album more than just soul “revival”

April 26, 2016

Album art courtesy of Daptone Records By Gregor Elgee You’d be surprised how many rainy days are left in April. Whether you need something to make yourself feel ten feet tall and ready to seek retribution on that former lover of yours, or you’re just looking for something to help you flounder ...

Is the first generation Pokemon re-release worth the money?

April 26, 2016

By David Rollins On the 20th anniversary of Pokémon, Nintendo re-released Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow and there was a lot of speculation about how much the games would be changed.  Updated graphics, an improved sound track, and many other ideas were thrown around but ultimately, there was very lit...

Japanese club brings the land of the rising sun to Shoreline

April 26, 2016

Photo by Aaron Meliza Caption: Japanese Club president Violet Laucirica (behind podium), and vice president Natasha Sidik (pointing) lead the group in a game show-style trivia game. Teams competed against each other by answering questions relating to Japanese culture. By Adelia Sindunata A year ago, Violet Laucirica an...

Word on the street: What would you do to make campus greener?

April 26, 2016

By Aaron Berry & Aaron Meliza What would you do to make campus greener? “Give students a free green t­-shirt.” –Leo Cheng “I would stop farting... because that produces greenhouse gasses. You know.” –Quang Ngo “Since it looks like they’re doing a remodel, now would be the time to get new furniture... if not recycled, the...

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