The Ebbtide

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Poster

Spelling Bee-There

Gem Arbogast, Staff Writer November 25, 2022

If you’re looking for some fun to get you through finals week, SCC’s drama students have just the thing. Charming musical comedy “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” begins showings Dec....

Promotional material for season 4

Absurdity in Atlanta

Leuel Bekele, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 28, 2022

When FX’s Atlanta aired in 2016, it really resonated with me on a personal level. I watched every episode at least twice when they premiered. FX is currently airing the fourth and final season of the...

Cozy looking, isnt it?

Have You Heard of the Music Department?

Gem Arbogast, Staff Writer October 28, 2022

Warm and dimly lit, the room feels less like a school building and more like a friend’s living room. Well-worn couches face the door and a piano keyboard sits ready to play, with only the condition that...

Stay gold, Phins

Fall Quarter Doesn’t Mean Falling

Paris Apodaca, News Editor October 14, 2022

Some students take summer breaks off and forget all the golden habits they’ve built up. It’s easy for students to start off on the wrong foot. So, here’s a few tips to start off the school year. What...

The CTCLink has been difficult to say the least.

Stoic Man

Tom O'Brien, Staff Writer May 27, 2022

Ebbtide Journalist Thomas O’Brien created these comics as an interpretation of the news published for the SCC students. The Stoic Man is a recurring character who is featured in the cartoons.  

Moccasins for Mental Health

Tom O'Brien, Staff Writer May 26, 2022

May is Mental Health Awareness month at Shoreline Community College. SCC’s Vet Corps Navigator, Morgan Davis, ordered arts and crafts supplies from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Kits consisting...

Taco Bell Mexican Pizza

Ask Not for Whom the Taco Bell Tolls, it Tolls for Pizza

Paris Apodaca, Staff Writer May 13, 2022

Taco Bell’s Mexican pizza will be returning to the menu on May 19, 2022. The Taco Bell Mexican pizza resembled a miniature pizza that functioned more like a pizza-taco-sandwich. Tortilla shells functioned...

Pictured left to right: Abdulla Almansoori, Michel Lodekon, Sen-Ting (Mina) Tsai, Lianne Almughirah

Connecting Students from Around the World

Astrid Alexander, Staff Writer May 13, 2022

  From May 2 to 6, SCC’s International Student Leaders (ISL) hosted a week of events to promote cultural understanding and inclusivity. Monday-Wednesday featured international students Michel,...

Classes to Express Your Drama

Estlin Coates, Staff Writer May 13, 2022

Voice-over Broadcasting Workshop On May 17, SCC is offering a two-hour long workshop on voice-over broadcasting in commercials, film and videos. This introductory workshop plans to teach students the...

Painting Away The Trauma: An Inside Look At SCC’s Veteran Art Exhibition

Painting Away The Trauma: An Inside Look At SCC’s Veteran Art Exhibition

Eve Westmoreland, A&E/Features Editor March 25, 2022

On Wednesday, March 16, SCC hosted “Painting Away the Trauma.” Held in the PUB in collaboration with WA AmeriCorps Vet Corps, the art exhibition featured a diverse display of work submitted by Puget...

Lights, Camera, Shoreline

Lights, Camera, Shoreline

Jasmine Contreras-Lewis, News editor February 24, 2022

The bulk of winter quarter has come and gone, leaving behind the fatigue of many overwhelmed students. Fortunately, relief is on its way in the form of March 5’s Shoreline Short Short Film Festival. The...

You Should Be Dancing

You Should Be Dancing

Eve Westmoreland, A&E/Features Editor January 27, 2022

Feeling a little stir-crazy? As of late, the so-called “college experience” has come to a screeching halt, but SCC clubs are on the rise again. With winter quarter in full swing, here are two new...

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