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Hope for your Taxes

Hope for your Taxes

Sok Kong, Staff Writer February 3, 2023

Hopelink is Recruiting Volunteers for Tax Help Students can gain valuable experience in accounting this tax season After graduation, individuals tend to have a short gap before transferring. One of...

Behind the Scenes of The Ebbtide

Behind the Scenes of The Ebbtide

Jeffrey Shirts, News Editor February 3, 2023

Have you ever wondered how a news story is made? This article will reveal the secrets of the newsroom. The first part of any good article is an idea. “How you find a story is limited only by the imagination...

ASG in Review: Jan. 23, 2023

ASG in Review: Jan. 23, 2023

Jeffrey Shirts, News Editor February 3, 2023

The Associated Student Government (ASG) is the voice of the student body. They run events and govern student clubs. ASG meets bi-weekly at 3 p.m. on Mondays in Room 1010 the next meeting is on Feb. 6. Mini-Grant...

Lunar New Year’s Celebration

Lunar New Year’s Celebration

Sok Kong, Staff Writer February 3, 2023

International students may experience homesickness while pursuing their academic journey abroad, and it is even worse during end-of-year celebrations. Specifically for some East Asian students, since their...

Shoreline Basketball: Everything you need to know

Shoreline Basketball: Everything you need to know

Bella Munson, Sports Editor February 3, 2023

Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams play in the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC), the athletic governing body of two-year colleges in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. The...

Survive with Music and Entertainment

Survive with Music and Entertainment

Gem Arbogast, Arts and Entertainment Editor January 20, 2023

For a job that revolves around publicity and performance, being a musician can be isolating. Music is seen by many as a hobby, not a career, and industry jobs are looked down upon because they’re rarely...

Book Review: Dog Whistle Politics

Book Review: Dog Whistle Politics

Paris Apodaca, Editor-in-Chief January 20, 2023

Is racism hidden in plain sight? In Dog Whistle Politics, Ian Haney Lopez, explains how politicians exploit race to their own advantage. As society progresses, racism changes and adapts. Rather than...

The Low Tide Lounge viewed from the outside

Turning the Tide of the Low Tide Lounge

Gem Arbogast, Arts & Entertainment Editor January 20, 2023

The Pagoda Union Building (PUB) is the heart of SCC’s campus for good reason. It holds important gathering spaces from the cafeteria to the Gender Equity Center, along with a surprisingly well-stocked...

Librarian at SCC Plans to Archive the Ebbtide

Librarian at SCC Plans to Archive the Ebbtide

Layne Thomas-Gehlhausen, Guest Contributor January 20, 2023

Caitlan Maxwell is a librarian at Shoreline Community College. She's been in her position for almost a year now, and has set a major goal: digitalize every edition of The Ebbtide. Old paper editions are...

The Return of Parking Passes

The Return of Parking Passes

Sok Kong, Staff Writer January 20, 2023

What happened at the Cashier’s office after the resume of SCC campus parking enforcement? Shoreline_international announced on Instagram that the campus parking enforcement will be resuming after...

Self-Defense Workshop

Self-Defense Workshop

Xander Welborn, Staff Writer January 20, 2023

A free self defense workshop is happening soon. Come join Alpha Martial Arts from 12-1 p.m. on Jan. 25 in the Quiet Dining Room (Room 9208). You'll learn techniques to help defend yourself. This event...

Jack Kahn’s First Six Months as SCC’s President

Jack Kahn’s First Six Months as SCC’s President

Astrid Alexander, Managing Editor January 20, 2023

When Jack Kahn took over as president last summer, it was a tumultuous time for the college. Things have stabilized since then, but faculty and students are still reeling from the effects of virtual learning....

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