Daily Archives: November 21, 2018


Electrical Education

INNOVATIVE TESLA PROGRAM MAKES ITS DEBUT AT SCC One of only four Tesla training programs in the country is drumming up some interest in its first quarter at SCC. SCC adds Tesla to the list of Automotive Certifications and Internships available, currently including GM, Honda, Mopar (Dodge) and Toyota. However, the Tesla program works a…

News Briefs – Vol 54 Issue 4, November 16, 2018

FAFSA Workshop 2:30-4 p.m., Nov. 19; Workforce Education Computer Lab, FOSS It’s always FAFSA form time. Come on, get to it. College Representative Visits Central Washington University and Seattle University 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Nov. 20; Advising Center, Rm. 5229 A number of Central Washington University and Seattle University reps will be on campus ready to…

Crime Log – Vol. 54 Issue 4, November 16, 2018

Opium in the (Not-So?) Open 2:39 p.m., Nov. 5; PUB 9200 Restroom An individual was reported under the influence of opiates and was arrested by security. They were handed off to the local police department due to the existence of prior warrants. More Vandalism. 8 a.m., Nov. 5; Library An anti-LGBTQ+ statement was found at…

International Insights

WHAT IT’S LIKE TO LIVE IN A HOMESTAY In my own experience, studying abroad can be absolutely terrifying. International students have to adjust to cultural differences and overcome language barriers all while tolerating the loneliness of being on their own without their family’s company. That’s why the role of a host family is so important….

A New Interface on Campus

STUDENT SERVICES GETS AN UPGRADE If you’ve visited the FOSS building this quarter to pay a bill or get an override for a class, you have definitely encountered the new ticketing interface that made its debut on campus in June. The new ticketing system, Qnomy, was implemented after SCC’s Enrollment and Financial Aid and Financial…

Depression and Me

A PERSONAL INSIGHT INTO MENTAL ILLNESS In 2015, I contemplated my death and nearly walked into the path of an oncoming truck. In 2016, I was hospitalized for my first suicide attempt. In 2017, I miscarried and was once again hospitalized after failing to overdose on my medication. In 2018, I decided to survive. Ever…

Fine Lies and White Lies

SPONSORSHIP, CONTENT OR BOTH? I believe the world runs on love. Many people believe the world runs on money. Here’s an example: In 1939, the Radio Corporation of America televised the New York World’s Fair, which included a speech by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. This was the first time television was broadcast to the public….


Paper from Popullation

A DISCUSSION ON ART AND THE ENVIRONMENT A selection of posters from the studio of Mexican artists Esteban Silva and Tania Dominguez is currently on display in the SCC art gallery. The married couple’s work focuses on raising awareness about the environmental hazard that is affecting Lake Pátzcuaro, Mexico. Silva agreed to be interviewed via…


Ebbtide Eats: Pho-Tastic

SCC is surrounded by a number Vietnamese restaurants — specifically, ones centered on serving pho. Pho is a type of rice noodle soup served with different broth bases (usually beef or chicken), with a side of jalapenos, limes, herbs and bean sprouts. You can choose from a selection of different meats, from tofu to steak…

A&E Calendar – Vol 54 Issue 4, November 16, 2018

Creative Writing Contest Nov. 16-30 What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “Crossing Borders?” If it strikes you with inspiration, write a story on the topic and send it to library.shoreline.edu by the Nov. 30. The winner will get guaranteed placement in this spring’s issue of Spindrift, SCC’s art and literary magazine. Clay…

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