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Painting Away the Trauma Ⅱ

Painting Away the Trauma Ⅱ

Paris Apodaca, Editor-in-Chief March 3, 2023

The WA AmeriCorps VetCorps and SCC are hosting an event for veterans to showcase their artwork. Painting Away the Trauma Ⅱ will take place in the PUB. The exhibition will take place on April 26, from...

Resonance of Rock

Resonance of Rock

Cheryl Amelia, Staff Writer March 3, 2023

The Rock Ensemble class started off last spring and immediately gained plenty of student interest. It reached so many that the students are split into two classes for winter quarter. This class is a perfect...

Buffalo Soldiers Fighting for Freedom

Buffalo Soldiers Fighting for Freedom

Astrid Alexander, Managing Editor February 23, 2023

Pounding horse hooves and men in crisp blue uniforms blanketed the rolling emerald hills at Seattle’s 2018 Juneteenth celebration. In attendance was Dru Holley, a Vancouver, Washington based filmmaker...

Dancing to the Neon Lights

Dancing to the Neon Lights

Paris Apodaca, Editor-in-Cheif February 17, 2023

Did you miss dances due to the Covid-19 pandemic? Student Life staff has been planning the Neon Night dance since before the Covid-19 pandemic. Events this quarter have been dancing with the participation...

Spindrift: Calling for Artists

Spindrift: Calling for Artists

Sok Kong, Staff Writer February 17, 2023

Since there have been many definitions of art which have been defined differently by people from generation to generation. The definition of art is hard to explain, but there is also no accurate definition...

A Food Companion for Your Valentine

A Food Companion for Your Valentine

Cheryl Amelia, Staff Writer February 17, 2023

Did you miss Valentine's Day this year because it was during the week? Whether you spend Valentine’s Day on your own binging sobby romance movies or have plans with a significant other, it is always...

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...

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...

Snowmen on Campus

Snowmen on Campus

Jasmine Contreras-Lewis, Editor-in-Chief December 12, 2022

These little guys were spotted at SCC. Hope they got some baby carrot noses later!

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...

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