Daily Archives: May 24, 2016

SIFF films coming to campus theater

Image by Seattle International Film Festival By Allegra Simpkins As part of a new partnership between Shoreline Community College and the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF), SCC will play the newest host to the upcoming film event this year. A total of 25 screenings will take place between May 27 and June 4 in the…

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Multicultural Week 2016: We are our stories

By Gregor Elgee This quarter’s multicultural week was an exciting mix of activities centered around the theme of storytelling: stories of healing, stories of strength, stories of cultural empowerment. The events were inspired largely by the works of Octavia butler, the author and focus of this year’s Community Read. The week included Native American Dancing…

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New women’s soccer head coach at SCC

Photo by Randy Hatfield Caption: Josh Cardin is as focused on the field as he is spinning the ball. By Calvin Li When Josh Cardin was a kid, he competed with and against his older brother in everything.When he joined organized soccer by the fifth grade he wanted to play with his brother and friends,…

PUB remodel hits campus

By Gregor Elgee The PUB remodel was completed this week after over nine months of planning. The second floor of the PUB now includes a new front desk, a video wall consisting of 6 synched LCD screens, an interactive kiosk, a 90 inch monitor, and a new set of lounge furniture. In addition, software has…

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Coffee, photography, girls, and local punk rock

Photo by Aaron Meliza Caption: Mark Swanson views several rolls of fresh negatives on the light table in Shoreline Community College’s photo lab. By Duwan Irons A strong aroma of freshly brewed coffee combined with the faint smell of chemicals leaks from the darkroom of the Photo Lab area in the Visual Arts Center. Stepping…

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Revisiting the world’s best-selling funk album

Caption: Jay Kay of Jamiroquai gets down in their music video for “Virtual Insanity” By Gregor Elgee Remember the 90’s? When everyone knew the moves to the Macarena? When the Box and MTV had an MTV2 superbaby? When more people knew the lyrics to the “Fresh Prince” theme song than their own national anthem? I…

Anime to watch instead of studying for finals

By Ilona Kinnear Watching anime is a great way to pass time when you aren’t worried about passing finals, or when you are. Either way, anime is awesome. I have compiled a set of three anime, one from the past, one from a recently completed season, and one from the current season to help you…

Calvin in America: NXT Wrestling

By Calvin Li NXT is the developmental division of the American professional wrestling promotion WWE, and I’m one of people who were fortunate enough to be part of the first time ever NXT Road Trip stop in Seattle. “The following match is scheduled for one fall!” I was just holding my breath, and making sure…

News Briefs – Vol 51 Issue 14

SunFest 2016 SCC will hold the annual SunFest event from 12:30-3 p.m. on May 25 and 26. On Wednesday, May 25, there will be food trucks, a limbo dancing contest, a pie eating contest, a lip syncing battle, and performances from Acoustic Guitar Club, Ukulele Club and Just Dance Club. On the second day, May…

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