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‘Illumination’ Lights Up SCC: Shining a spotlight on the power of art

‘Illumination’ Lights Up SCC: Shining a spotlight on the power of art

Nova Clark

October 11, 2019

“It’s about abilities, not disabilities.” These are the words that viewers will see posted amongst the works in SCC’s latest art installation. The gallery, entitled “Illumination,” celebrates artists who live with various disabilities. A positive message indeed — as these artists d...

Word On The Street: “New students, what has been your favorite thing about SCC so far?”

Joshua Groom

October 11, 2019

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Double Exposure: “The China Syndrome” (1979)

Nova Clark

October 11, 2019

In the 1970s, disaster films were all the rage. Audiences flocked to the theaters to witness the melodramatic appeal of “Earthquake” and “Airport,” which often threw allstar casts into fantastical situations. The release of James Bridges’ “The China Syndrome,” however, presented an ...

Slow-Roasted Comedy: This comic duo laughs with you, not at you

Nova Clark

October 11, 2019

There’s a new comedy troupe in town, and they might throw a few good-natured insults your way. The roasting team, aptly named “The Honey Roasted Hams,” consist of theater veterans Danny Bracy and Holly Taylor who met during the callbacks of SCC’s production of “Live: From the Last Nigh...

Cyber Breach: SCC students and employees targeted by phishing campaign

Cyber Breach: SCC students and employees targeted by phishing campaign

Juan Páez

October 11, 2019

Scamming campaigns are not a usual sight in the inboxes of SCC email accounts. Recently, however, that changed. On Sept. 2, an email purporting to be from Julianne Scott, an International Education department employee, was sent to students and employees by hackers. The email described a job oppo...

Fake News: A series of Trump “what-if’s”

CJ Priebe

October 11, 2019

What a summer for American politics! President Donald Trump has been in power for the better part of three years now and things haven’t calmed down. Actual fact: The U.S. president is currently undergoing impeachment proceedings. The president’s defense has been to muddy the waters of truth so that h...

Letter From The Editor – Oct. 11, 2019

Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati

October 11, 2019

Welcome back, Phins! The Ebbtide is back and we’re ready for another school year. Say hello to long nights in the library and early morning coffee runs. The shift from summer to fall was abrupt, reminding us that our long, unstructured days have now transitioned into something more rigid and reg...

A&E Calendar – Oct. 11, 2019

Nova Clark

October 11, 2019

SCC Art Gallery: “Illumination” Sept. 30-Dec. 13 Administration Building (Lobby) Do you enjoy art? If so, pay a visit to the Administration Building and visit “Illumination,” a brand new gallery consisting entirely of artwork from artists with various disabilities. Don’t miss your...

Intramural Calendar – Fall 2019

Ed Strong

October 11, 2019

All intramural sports and wellness classes are FREE Personal Training - 5:30-6 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays & 10-10:30 a.m.; Tuesdays, Thursdays; Rm. 3025 Active Coaching - 10-10:30 a.m.; Mondays, Wednesdays; Rm. 3007 Yoga - 12:35-1:25 p.m.; Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays; Rm. 3025 Pilates - 12:35-1:25 p....

‘Ad Astra’: a poignant ode to space and hope

Nova Clark

October 11, 2019

When you look up into the sky, what do you feel? Is there anything out there? All of this and more is touched upon in James Gray’s “Ad Astra,” the sleek sci-fi flick which premiered in theaters nationwide last month. Ad Astra’s opening titles state that it is set in “the near future; a time ...

Crime Log – Vol. 55 Issue 1

Joshua Groom

October 11, 2019

Fender Bender An SCC employee reported damage to their vehicle to Safety and Security on Sept. 11. Safety and Security filed a report. Loitering An adult male was blocking entry to the 1000 Building on Sept. 19. Safety and Security confronted the individual and referred the incident to the Shore...

Driving the Climate Conversation: Is Washington really the Evergreen State?

Driving the Climate Conversation: Is Washington really the Evergreen State?

Zoe Plattner

October 11, 2019

In defiance of the cloudy Seattle weather, clumps of teens huddled throughout Cal Anderson Park on Sept. 20, decorating the lawn with colorful signs filled with a variety of expletives. Kids in grades as young as elementary school bubbled with energy, while a few clipboard-wielding adults gave monologues ...

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