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Trump and Clinton on the Issues That Matter to College Students

October 24, 2016

By Emily Boyer The issue of character is at the forefront of this election. Donald Trump, in particular, has come under fire for saying Mexico deliberately sends rapists across the border, implying Hillary Clinton should be assassinated, and bragging about sexually assaulting women. But how much do ...

New ASG Officers- Acting in the now, thinking for the future

October 24, 2016

By Cendri Johnson Photo by Martin Musialczyk It’s the start of a new year and Shoreline Community College has brand-new student government officers. So, who are these people really? We see their faces on various web pages for the school, on-stage speaking at events, and even on the wall monitors in...

Swimming Upstream, Fantasy Football Advice for Phin Nation

October 24, 2016

By Katen Burgess We are almost halfway through the NFL season. Most fantasy football playoffs are week 16, which means that it’s time to lock in your trade targets and your waiver wire claims as you try to make a push to capture the championship. Fantasy football leagues, like the people who play ...

Catch The Wave – Women’s Soccer Cruising to Playoff Bid

Shoreline CC Women's Soccer hosts Everett CC at Dolphin Field, Shoreline, Washington on October 8, 2016.

October 24, 2016

By Katen Burgess Photo by Wilson Tsoi / Shoreline CC Athletics The clock is ticking. With three games left in the regular season, the women’s soccer team is in a three-way race with Whatcom and Everett for two spots in the Northwest Athletic Conference Soccer Championships. The Phins split two high-s...

Cornhole

October 24, 2016

By Griffin Ryden For a long time, there has been a game that has never gotten the attention it formally deserves. You can find people playing it at parties; you can find people playing it at outdoor bars. It goes by several different titles, and may even be something you’ve played before. Most c...

Japanese Cultural Festival : Experience the Land of Rising Sun in SCC

Japanese Cultural Festival : Experience the Land of Rising Sun in SCC

October 24, 2016

By Adelia Sindunata Photo by Martin Musialczyk Pretend that you went to the PUB last Wednesday. You would see crowd of students in front of the Coffee Spot. No, it wasn’t the regular line of students waiting to order their cups of coffee, in fact, they weren’t heading to the Coffee Spot. These stud...

The Inktober Initiative

October 24, 2016

By Madeline Kimberly To people who draw or have always wanted to draw, Inktober’s the challenge to tackle this October. You don’t have to be an artist to participate in Inktober, having a pen and a paper is all you need. Inktober is a 31-day challenge. It has an official prompt list for each da...

Rock ‘N’ Roll Professor : Sue Ennis wrote songs with Heart, attends the Grammys and brings industry knowledge to SCC students

October 24, 2016

By Coral Nafziger Photo by Martin Musialczyk Tucked away in SCC's secluded music building is Sue Ennis, the school's almost hidden gem. Did you know that one of Shoreline's teachers has been awarded a platinum album? Well, Ennis has earned multiple platinum albums. Ladies Rock Camp I first became aware ...

Braille in the mail

Braille in the mail

October 24, 2016

By Cendri Johnson FE_Braille_Cendri This is a picture of the orange envelope that showed up in the delivery box of the Ebbtide about two weeks ago. As you can see, it was a rather odd method of addressing and mailing an envelope -- lots of scrawling letters, but no return address and only a first nam...

Presidential Election Panic, Third Party Candidates

October 24, 2016

By Ilona Kinnear Things are looking pretty dismal within the main two political parties pushing their potential presidential candidates. On one hand, we have the first female candidate to be nominated under a major party who is also constantly haunted by allegations of crimes and scandals and a c...

Don’t vote third party

October 24, 2016

Poster by AIGA.org By Connor Tee There’s another piece out there floating in the aether of Google Drive, an article none of you will ever see. It’s angry, preachy, self-aggrandizing, and in no way worthy of this paper or the ideas it attempted to get across. Obviously, I would only speak this way ...

Pokemon

October 24, 2016

By Areeya Tipyasothi Being the new kid is tough, especially when there’s a language barrier. But no worries, it’s all totally cool because, according to an advertisement from the Pokemon Company, the upcoming Pokemon Sun and Moon games have got your back. The ad, which aired all the way back in ...

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