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Biden Prevails

Joe Biden will be the 46th President of the United States
Joshua Groom and Nova Clark November 7, 2020
After a flurry of election calls Saturday morning, the Associated Press has called the presidential election for Joseph R. Biden. The election was historic by many standards. His running mate, Kamala Harris, will become the highest-ranking woman in American government's history. Likewise, the pair won the most votes of a presidential ticket in the nation's 244 years.

Inslee Will Serve Rare Third Term

Joshua Groom, Copy Editor November 4, 2020

Jay Inslee will serve a third term as governor of Washington state, breaking a tradition in the state of two-term governors. He took 57% of the vote to Republican Loren Culp’s 43%. The campaign largely...

Presidential Election Stretches Into Wednesday as Battlegrounds Too Close to Call

Joshua Groom, Copy Editor November 4, 2020

Election night has ended without a clear victor in the presidential race. Biden is currently ahead on the electoral map, with 236 electoral votes to Trumps 213, according to the Associated Press’ projection....

LIVE: The Ebbtide Watched Races Locally and Nationwide

Joshua Groom, Copy Editor November 3, 2020

1:50 a.m. PST -- The Ebbtide is signing off for the night. Copy Editor Joshua Groom wrote a roundup of the key points of the night and each candidate's pathway to victory. You can find it here. 12:00...

Here’s What SCC is Saying About Summer Classes

Yita Rivera, Design Director June 12, 2020

Students considering the prospect of taking a summer course or two have a number of important aspects to consider. Here is some inside perspective that you can use to educate yourself and others on the...

Financial Problems at SCC Date Back 6 Years

Financial Problems at SCC Date Back 6 Years
Juan Páez and Joshua Groom June 12, 2020

For the past six years, SCC has netted losses every year as a result of increases in administrative staff along with planned overspending and understaffing in a key financial department. The college did...

Double Exposure: “My Dinner with Andre” (1981)

Double Exposure:
Nova Clark, Editor-In-Chief June 12, 2020

To appreciate “My Dinner with Andre,” to its fullest, you should begin by leaving your expectations at the door. All you need know is its seemingly simple premise: Two modern-day playwrights have...

Tasty Toast: Grilled Steak Sandwiches

Tasty Toast: Grilled Steak Sandwiches
Yita Rivera, Design Director June 12, 2020

Summer is about to begin and most people are tired of being trapped in the house, making it a perfect chance to get out of the house and do some grilling. Here are a variety of grilled steak sandwiches...

ASG In Review — June 12, 2020

Juan Páez, News Editor June 12, 2020

The Associated Student Government (ASG) is holding board meetings through Zoom for the rest of the spring quarter. As usual, meetings are held every other monday, and students are welcome to join to voice...

Review: ‘The Vast of Night’ Rekindles Fascination for the Unknown

Nova Clark, Editor-In-Chief June 12, 2020

Some of my earliest memories involve dining at Mr. Bills, a 1950s-themed restaurant in the Broadview neighborhood which sat just off of Aurora Avenue. Its onslaught of pink neon and Americana decor...

Some Sports Begin Resuming After COVID-19

Some Sports Begin Resuming After COVID-19
Ed Strong, Sports Editor June 12, 2020

As the U.S. hits its three-month mark without team sports, there is finally light at the end of the tunnel. A few individual sports have been able to resume action after a couple of months off, such...

Falcon 9 Launch Summary: What you Need to Know

Nova Clark, Editor-In-Chief June 12, 2020

It was a historic weekend for human spaceflight. On Saturday, May 30, SpaceX launched NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley en route to the International Space Station (ISS) in the first...

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