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Saltoro Chef Cesar Mendez:

A Local Dining Excursion

Larissa Odabai, Marketing Manager June 11, 2021

Do you enjoy good food? If so, you don’t need to go far! Ever since I moved to Washington, I’ve been searching for the best places to satisfy my appetite; and so far, four Shoreline-area restaurants...

The Ebbtide Wins 5 PNAJE Awards, Places 2nd For Best Website

The Ebbtide Wins 5 PNAJE Awards, Places 2nd For Best Website

Nova Clark, Editor in Chief June 11, 2021

The Ebbtide has garnered four awards and one honorable mention at the 2021 Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators (PNAJE) contest. This year, the organization received 262 submissions...

SCC's administration building, photographed April 30, 2021.

SCC’s Administration and Faculty Conflict: A Digest

Emma Dortsch, Copy Editor June 11, 2021

SCC President Roberts has presided over significant financial decline and budget deficits during her tenure, and faculty and staff alike have felt the effects. The decline has occurred over a period...

Sunshine Cheng Reflects on Recent Win

Kirk Meyers, News Editor June 11, 2021

ASG President Sunshine Cheng has been reelected for a second term. The 2021-22 ASG presidential election concluded with 42 votes for Cheng and 29 votes for her opponent, Samira Jimaale. The results were...

Events Calendar

Events Calendar

Kirk Meyers, News Editor June 11, 2021

Origins: True Tales of the Immigrant Experience 7:30-9:30 p.m., June 11 & 12; YouTube livestream The Ray Howard Library YouTube channel will be hosting live presentations of “Origins: True Tales...

Cover of Nancy Wilson's debut solo album

“You and Me”: A Conversation With Heart Songwriter Sue Ennis

Eve Westmoreland, Staff Writer June 11, 2021

Seattle has housed a rich and vibrant music scene for decades. At every turn, you can feel the budding potential of new musicians and the legacies of yesteryear's legends. While riding Lime bikes...

Sgt. Alfred Turgeon pictured during his military service, circa 1940s.

BODY OF WWII AIRMAN RETURNED TO SHORELINE FAMILY

Estlin Coates, Staff writer June 11, 2021

78 years after his death, a U.S. Air Force officer has finally come home. The body of World War II Sgt. Alfred Turgeon was identified Jan. 13 and returned to his family in Shoreline on May 14, 2021. American...

SCC Board of Trustees Appoints New Acting President

Kirk Meyers, News Editor June 11, 2021

SCC’s new acting president has been selected: Phillip King, Vice President for Student Learning, will take on the role effective July 1. Current President Cheryl Roberts will leave her position June...

In May, a case of COVID-19 was reported in SCC’s dorm building.

COVID in the Dorms

Emma Dortsch, Copy Editor May 30, 2021

COVID-19 seems to have found its way everywhere — even to SCC’s dorms. SCC student, dorm resident and basketball player Eric Overgaard Jr. was diagnosed with the virus in early April. On May 5,...

The Ebbtide on Spotify: Nostalgia

The Ebbtide on Spotify: Nostalgia

Ebbtide Staff May 29, 2021

We’ve all experienced it: The feeling of hearing a song and being all-but-physically sent back in time to an ultra-specific moment. It’s a powerful phenomenon. But what causes it? This type of...

Review: Amazon Prime Debuts ‘Invincible’

Review: Amazon Prime Debuts ‘Invincible’

Leuel Bekele, A&E Editor May 28, 2021

I just can’t get enough superhero movies and TV shows. Looking back, I’ve reviewed “The Boys,” “WW84,” “WandaVision” and Zack Snyder’s director’s cut of “Justice League.” For...

One with the Woods: An Introduction to Forest Bathing

One with the Woods: An Introduction to Forest Bathing

Kirk Meyers, News Editor May 28, 2021

Shinrin-yoku, or “forest bathing,” is a practice originating from Japan that involves taking in the forest through the senses. The practice has been shown to result in various physical and psychological...

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