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Taking It to the Hole : SCC Men’s Basketball Comes Together to Secure First Place

Taking It to the Hole : SCC Men's Basketball Comes Together to Secure First Place

March 4, 2017

The SCC men’s basketball team is kicking all kinds of ass. The Phins beat Bellevue College 77-65 on Wednesday, Feb. 22. Combined with a loss by Peninsula College to Skagit Valley that same night, SCC clinched a playoff spot, and now stands alone in the top spot in the NWAC North Region. On Saturday,...

SCC Graduates Hold Panel on International Studies

SCC Graduates Hold Panel on International Studies

March 4, 2017

“What are you gonna do with an International Studies degree, huh, punk?” This question — perhaps not verbatim — plagued three SCC graduates when they were students at SCC. They answered this question at the “Ah-Ha Moments” panel in the PUB on Feb. 23, an event headed by Larry Fuell, director...

Intersections in Art and Activism

March 4, 2017

Kellyanne Conway see herself as a feminist? Not in the “classic sense,” but based on recent comments, the Counselor to the President may see herself as a feminist in her own way. This begs the question, what is feminism? And that’s a question that cannot be answered without looking into activism...

Laugh Factory : “Improvable and Highly Sketchy” Hits the Stage

Left to Right: Austin Olson, Noah Bruckshen, Teagan Bourgette, Tucker Leidholm, Eva Wellington, Camaira Metz, Charlie Santiago, Cassia Ward (Photo by James Dennis)

March 4, 2017

We all need a laugh from time to time, especially with finals coming up and all of us scrambling to finish the end of quarter projects and papers, a break is going to do us wonders. Improvable and Highly Sketchy is just the thing that could brighten up your weekend, at least for a couple hours. This...

Mixing it Up: Interdisciplinary Courses for Spring Quarter

March 4, 2017

Registration week is less than a week away, but some of you might be clueless about what classes you want to take. Another case that might not be as bad as the first one: You figured out what classes you want to take next quarter, but you are afraid that the courses will clash. Right now you’re probably...

Coming Together : SCC’s Global Showcase

March 4, 2017

Students of varying nationalities gathered in the cafeteria February 28 for the 2017 Global Showcase. Panels consisting of representatives of countries ranging from Sri Lanka to Japan showed off activities, items and cultural norms for all to see. Music blared over the loudspeakers as students tri...

Eating Disorders Awareness Week

March 4, 2017

Do you know someone who has suffered from an eating disorder? The odds are high that your answer should be “yes.” However, these disorders tend to be invisible, or go unnoticed by many of the people around the affected person. The people who are suffering are not just following a fad, nor are they...

Spaghetti in Tomato Sauce, Italianized

March 4, 2017

Hankering for a bowl of spaghetti in tomato sauce that tastes like the one you had at that one place? You know, that nice Italian joint down the street owned and operated by that one Italian family. That place where, upon arrival, your senses become pleasantly overwhelmed with smells of garlic, basil,...

Fashion Dim Sum

March 4, 2017

There are no dim sum places in Shoreline. I say that with unabashed confidence because my obsession with dumplings knows no bounds — I make it a point to know every restaurant with dumplings within a five mile radius of myself. I also make it a point to visit every single one at least once. Som...

SCC Get Your Comic On : 10 Graphic Novels You Should Check Out from the Ray Howard Library

March 4, 2017

Emerald City Comicon this year included sightings of Stan Lee, Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy from the “Harry Potter” movies), Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven from “Stranger Things”) and SCC librarians Lauren Bryant and Chloe Horning. Comicon is a comic book and pop culture convention March 2-5 that Bryant...

Treat Yo’Self : Relaxing Activities for the Week Before Finals

March 4, 2017

We are almost done. There are only three more weeks to get through for spring break. Before that, though, we still have to survive finals. The bright side is that SCC understands how stressful this time is for students, that’s why they have provided BREATHE. BREATHE is a program, proposed by the...

New Makerspace Opens in Library

March 4, 2017

The Makerspace supplies include patterned duct tape and a button maker Need to fold some origami, create a snarky political button to force upon your friends or make a good, old-fashioned ransom letter? The SCC librarians have you covered! The librarians have opened an old room in the library for a new...

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