Daily Archives: June 4, 2016

2016-2017 budget cuts and increases

By Aaron Berry The mini-grant pool is set to nearly double next year, while the Multicultural Center’s budget will be cut by nearly one-third, according to the recently released student services and activities (SS&A) budget proposal. The budget was written by the SS&A committee, which manages the $1.4 million collected from students annually by the…

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Showcasing the ambitions of the Honors Program

Photo by Gregor Elgee Caption: The students and instructors for SCC’s honors class By Gregor Elgee The ninth annual Honors program presentations, in which 10 students presented in-depth projects they have been working on since fall quarter, took place on Wednesday, June 1. Honors Program Director Terry Taylor encouraged students to join the program next…

Student tech fee unsustainable

By Gregor Elgee The student tech fee reserve is projected to reach a negative balance by the year 2026 based on equipment replacement costs and tech fee revenue estimates made by Director of Technology Support Services, Gary Kalbfleisch. For the 2026/27 academic year, the replacement cost of computers and other technology is expected to outweigh…

The forgotten music club

By Randy Hatfield Shoreline only has three free, extracurricular music groups: acoustic guitar and ukulele clubs are easily found on the Student Leadership Center (SLC) list of active clubs, but what about the third? With a name one could easily mistake for a fraternity organization, “Phi Mu Sigma” isn’t even the current name of the…

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Combined club show comes to SCC’s art gallery

Listen, by Michael A Logozo (Photo by Aaron Meliza) By JD Carter What grabs your attention when you walk into SCC’s art gallery? Is it the Boston Terrier, looking real enough to jump out and lick your face? The glamorous woman batting her red-feathered eyelashes at you? Maybe it’s the political leaders appearing to speak…

Anthropology, communications and cannabis

By Adelia Sindunata Spring quarter is reaching its end and that means it’s time to register for classes. The Ebbtide has looked into three of those classes and has arranged their instructors answers for your curiosity. Check it out: CMST& 230 (Small Group Communication) Instructor: Heather Munsell E-mail: [email protected] Schedule: 12:30-2:50 p.m., TTh What is…

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Limbo, lip synching, pie eating and food trucks!

By Aaron Meliza Sunfest, SCC’s annual spring quarter celebration, came to campus on Wednesday, May 25 and Thursday, May 26. As part of the festivities, food trucks rolled into the courtyard offering everything from crepes to Korean food. On Wednesday, students gathered for pie-eating contest and a dance show in the courtyard, and on Thursday…

Transfer shock 2016

By Adelia Sindunata Five SCC alumni sat as panelists—four from University of Washington and one from San Jose State University (SJSU)— on May 27 in the Quiet Dining Room to answer students’ questions about life after transferring. According to Cynthia Okawara, the International Education advisor who was in charge of this event, the purpose was…

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Next year with men’s b-ball

Photo by Aaron Meliza Caption: Coach Brady makes ball dribbling seem effortless while chatting with athletes on the sidelines By Sara Rutherford Typically around this time of year, Men’s Head Basketball Coach Donald Brady and his staff are heading out to local tournaments throughout Washington, hoping to find SCC’s newest on-court stars. But this year,…

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Ukulele Club spreads happy tunes around SCC

Photo by Adelia Sindunata Caption: The Ukulele Club with instruments in hand By Adelia Sindunata It was a sunny Friday afternoon, and a few students were playing ukuleles in room 1503. They were playing “Love Yourself” by Justin Bieber and “What Makes You Beautiful” by One Direction. Some students helped the others to play certain…

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