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Arts and Entertainment Calendar — Jan. 24, 2019

Zoe Plattner

January 24, 2020

Current Art Exhibit: Alan Lau Jan. 13-March 13; SCC Art Gallery (VCT Building) Short Story Club Reading: “Rites” by Venita Blackburn 5-6 p.m., Jan. 28; Room 4202 (SCC Library) It’s the first meeting of the Short Story Club, in which members read and discuss (you guessed it) short stories. This ...

The Art of Yarn

Zoe Plattner

November 22, 2019

A "Knit" Hobby for Everyone Knitting is much more than a couple of funky needles and a lot of string. It’s a statement, a way to create something both useful and personal, and in some cases, it can serve as a math supplement. As the craft of knitting continues to fall out of favor, some people have fou...

The Evolution of a Lifelong Passion

The Evolution of a Lifelong Passion

Zoe Plattner

November 8, 2019

SCC Professor Juggles Work and Play Smoke curled through the bar, the low light filtering through the haze. While long past the era of slavery, Virginia was still very much a tobacco state — a fact that couldn’t have been more apparent at this particular tavern in the later half of 70s. Fu...

Finding the Best Fright

Zoe Plattner

October 25, 2019

Scary Places Near Seattle Nile Nightmares Oct. 4-Nov. 12 Fri/Sat 7-11pm, Sun/Halloween 7-10pm 6601 244th St SW Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043 Nile Nightmares costs $22 per person and is about a 20 minute drive from SCC The Good By day, it’s a haven for men in white polo shirts; by night, it’s...

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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