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Prom (with) Queens

Prom (with) Queens

June 1, 2017

SCC’s Project Pride welcomed everyone to this year’s Pride Prom (previously Queer Prom) on May 12, 2017. Held in the PUB Main Dining Room, the dance was open to the public and without an entry fee. The dining hall was decked out in pride flags, rainbows, multi-colored tablecloths and candles, ...

Global Ambassador: Alum Jonathan Peebles Brings the World to SCC

Global Ambassador: Alum Jonathan Peebles Brings the World to SCC

May 14, 2017

Around a corner, down a hallway and through a door in the FOSS Building, you will find cubicles. They could belong to anyone, be home to any number of simple tasks, until you head into the back of the room and turn around to find a timeline of the school year. It is a year not measured in grades received,...

75 Years Later: Japanese Internment

May 14, 2017

Executive orders have the ability to move the nation overnight. The “Muslim Ban,” put in place by the current president, is a widely disliked example but it isn’t the first time an executive order targeted specific people. It was only 75 years ago that an order sent almost 120,000 people to internment...

Back and Better than Before: SCC’s Long-running Art and Lit Magazine to Release

Back and Better than Before: SCC's Long-running Art and Lit Magazine to Release

May 14, 2017

Spindrift, SCC’s arts and literary journal, will be releasing its 2017 edition with a celebration on May 23. The journal, released annually, is the culmination of several months of work by the small group of SCC students who staff the Spindrift. This year, the journal clocks in at 152 pages chock-full...

A Transfer A-fair: Shoreline Hosts 4-year Colleges for Meet-and-Greet With Students

May 14, 2017

You may not have heard but Shoreline held a transfer fair that brought an assemblage of universities to the PUB Dining Room on May 4. This could have been because you were preoccupied with your Star Wars watch party (May the Fourth be with you), or because you did not check the SCC news and events calendar...

Want to Fly? Shoreline Acro Movement Club Makes a Base at SCC

Want to Fly?  Shoreline Acro Movement Club Makes a Base at SCC

May 14, 2017

Shoreline Acro Movement Club (SAM-C) is one of the newest clubs at SCC, having officially been formed only this year. Acroyoga is mainly influenced by a combination of acrobatics, yoga and dance. The term was first coined by acroyoga montreal in 1999 for the partner-style fusion. “I would say acroyoga...

Sing Some Songs: SCC Vocal Association is Here

Sing Some Songs: SCC Vocal Association is Here

May 14, 2017

It all started with a passion. Back in 2010, Peng Wu’s love of singing took him to study opera at Guangxi Arts University in China, where he also worked as a part-time vocal instructor for 3 years. Now, as an SCC student, Wu dreams of seeing more singers on campus and sharing his knowledge about...

A Safe Place to Talk about Race: SCC at Student of Color Conference

April 30, 2017

For the first time in their lives, they are in a room with a group of 60 to 120 people who look like them and have similar issues they want to talk about. This is an experience, says Jamie Ardeña, SCC’s Multicultural Center Program Manager, of some students when they attend the Students of Color Conference...

Dolphie to Dubs: SCC Alum Reflect on UW Transfer Experience

April 30, 2017

As Washington state’s flagship public university, the University of Washington is a common destination for many SCC students looking to transfer to a 4-year university. The draw is obvious — in-state students get reduced tuition, community college credits transfer relatively easily and, in recent...

A Love of Chemicals

April 30, 2017

Professor Clarita Bhat never really dreamed of teaching, but it was one special moment that changed her life. While getting her doctorate at Georgetown University, Bhat had to choose between teaching and medicine, but chose not to take the path to medicine after seeing cadavers while visiting Duke...

SCC TechEXPO 2017: When Shoreline Meets Science

SCC TechEXPO 2017: When Shoreline Meets Science

April 30, 2017

The second floor of the PUB was transformed into a science fair. Some colorful presentation boards were standing on tables, and some students were enthusiastically presenting their projects to the visitors. These students were participating in TechEXPO 2017. According to Yorin Anggari, the ASG Communications...

End of Winter Quarter event gets political : Students explore deportation in final project

April 15, 2017

Misinformation is rampant when it comes to deportation. Words are thrown around, often incorrectly, by people who have never been affected by it. Alien, illegal alien, legal alien, asylum, amnesty, naturalized — what’s the difference? Students in Elena Esquibel’s Communication for Social Change...

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