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Coffee Near Campus: A Caffeine Addict’s Review

Jasmine Contreras-Lewis, Editor-in-Chief November 11, 2022

Right now, I have 25 coffee shop punch cards. I drink a lot of coffee from a lot of places, and collecting them is a fun consequence of my indulgence. In the absence of quality on-campus coffee, I get...

From The Plate to the Heart

From The Plate to the Heart

Hannah Stabler, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

Researchers at the University of Oxford have found that people who share meals with companions throughout their week are more likely to feel happier in their daily lives than those who do not or rarely...

Students take in the sights

Finally, a Fair-Weather Club Fair

Gem Arbogast, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

Students gathered with bated breath for the long-awaited gathering. How had an event such as a Club Fair garnered so much attention and anticipation? Well, the fair was intended to be held twice to accommodate...

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...

A satiated group of friends enjoying post-ice cream euphoria.

Chilly Treats for Students are Secondairy to None

Jasmine Contreras-Lewis, Editor-in-Chief October 14, 2022

Student assistance programs in the PUB building constructed a foolproof plan to lure in the starving student. All they’d wanted to do was share all they had, a kindhearted endeavor, but students are...

Start Small, Build Big

Kevin Lam, Staff Writer June 10, 2022

If you follow the biggest headlines, everyday can feel like the next bad day. Big, complex problems in the world loom over our lives. Political polarization. Climate change. The Covid-19 pandemic. Drastic...

The entrance sign to Evergreen Washelli Cemetery

The Life of Graves

Kevin Lam, Staff Writer May 27, 2022

Despite being the largest in Seattle, the nearby cemetery can be easy to miss. A seven-minute drive from SCC, the Evergreen Washelli Cemetery fosters historical insight, moments of reflection and a peaceful...

Jack Kahn, Kahn speaks to Marines benefitted from Palomar College’s credit program.

Who is SCC’s Incoming President?

Jasmine Contreras-Lewis, Editor-in-Chief May 27, 2022

Jack Kahn is scheduled to take over as the next president of Shoreline Community College this summer. He’s gone from being a starry-eyed student to an advocate for the underrepresented- meet the man...

One with the Woods

One with the Woods

Kirk Meyers, Sports Editor May 27, 2022

Shinrin-yoku , or forest bathing, is a practice originating from Japan. Shinrin in Japanese means “forest,” and yoku means “bath.” Put together, shinrin-yoku means bathing in the forest atmosphere...

Dolphins Soak Up Some Springtime Sun

Dolphins Soak Up Some Springtime Sun

Astrid Alexander, Staff Writer May 27, 2022

The air was crisp as shuttles picked up waiting students. The van driver promised the light cloud cover would burn off, giving way to blue skies later in the day. Skeptical passengers were not convinced...

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...

Conversations Together About Abuse

Conversations Together About Abuse

Jasmine Contreras-Lewis, Editor-In-Chief May 13, 2022

Despite the #MeToo movement’s cultural prominence and high-profile abuse cases making headlines, domestic violence and sexual assault are challenging, intimidating and painful things to talk openly about....

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