Daily Archives: October 8, 2016

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Voter registration: how to and why you

Graphic: Courtesy of U.S. Government By Cendri Johnson Voting is important, but many people don’t do it, so last week on Thursday, Sept. 30, Gay Armsden and Cyndi Nash — members of the Seattle Branch of the American Association of University Women — hosted a voter registration event in the PUB. The AAUW is an…

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SCC fights for the freedom to pee with Urinetown

Front left to right: Norah Peters, Gabe Ponce, Noah Bruckshen, and Aviona Rodriguez-Brown. Back left to right: Dima Pogrebniak, Danny Bracy, Jay Villenhaur, and Joshua Pulley. Photo by Martin Musialczyk By Madeline Kimberly As human beings with a working urinary system, we tend to pee a lot. We dislike having to go to the toilet…

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Educated. Empowered. Equal. : the Black Student Union returns

The BSU representing at The Club Kick-off Photo by Martin Musialczyk By Allegra Simpkins Following a four-year hiatus from campus, the Black Student Union has once again become a prominent group at Shoreline, providing a safe space for students to come together and evoke conversations dealing with personal and social issues that surround their daily…

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Batik Art Empowers Women

Forever Young, Nicholas Sironka Photo by Martin Musialczyk By Madeline Kimberly Women are generally seen as weak, fragile and materialistic beings. Nicholas Sironka, a Maasai from Kenya, provides a different perspective to what women are actually like. He’s an artist and he uses his art to speak to the world. In his art, women are…

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Down But Not Out: Phins bounce back from rocky start

By Katen Burgess The Shoreline men’s soccer team started off a little slow. The team began the season losing four out of their first five games, but has managed to win three of their last five. Despite the lackluster beginning, the Phins are still in the playoff race. “As poorly as we started… if you…

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King of the Court: serving up SCC success

Photo by Martin Musialczyk Caption: Left to Right: Co-head coach Raquel Chumpitaz-West, Co-head coach Mark West, and volleyball player Elizabeth Malmgren By Sara Rutherford Around 3:30 p.m. on most days, Mark West can be found playfully critiquing student-athletes and laughing with students while supervising the school’s fitness center. On this particular day West saunters into…

Summer Season Anime Review

By Ilona Kinnear If you are the type of person who likes to watch an anime all in one sitting and doesn’t like waiting a week for the next episode in a series to come out, I’m with you. The suspense of finding out what happens next is what keeps you coming back, and the…

What’s yo’ name? What’s yo’ sign?

By Allegra Simpkins As somebody who secretly checks her horoscope just after Facebook and Instagram in the morning, you could consider me a zodiac consumer. I tend to vibe very deeply with the idea of being a Virgo; I display many of the traits that Virgos often do — a bit of a perfectionist, analytical…

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