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SCC Get Your Comic On : 10 Graphic Novels You Should Check Out from the Ray Howard Library

March 4, 2017

Emerald City Comicon this year included sightings of Stan Lee, Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy from the “Harry Potter” movies), Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven from “Stranger Things”) and SCC librarians Lauren Bryant and Chloe Horning. Comicon is a comic book and pop culture convention March 2-5 that Bryant...

Treat Yo’Self : Relaxing Activities for the Week Before Finals

March 4, 2017

We are almost done. There are only three more weeks to get through for spring break. Before that, though, we still have to survive finals. The bright side is that SCC understands how stressful this time is for students, that’s why they have provided BREATHE. BREATHE is a program, proposed by the...

New Makerspace Opens in Library

March 4, 2017

The Makerspace supplies include patterned duct tape and a button maker Need to fold some origami, create a snarky political button to force upon your friends or make a good, old-fashioned ransom letter? The SCC librarians have you covered! The librarians have opened an old room in the library for a new...

The Great Escape (1963)

March 4, 2017

World War II is no stranger to Hollywood. We’ve seen the fight up close in “Saving Private Ryan,” under the ocean depths in “Run Silent, Run Deep” and in the intelligence offices of “The Imitation Game”. Every part of the infamous conflict seems to have been covered well, and new additions...

Movies: Real News Edition

February 18, 2017

By Nick McCann All The President’s Men Starting off right with one of my favorites from the 70s. This film covers the story of real-life reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein’s investigation into the Watergate Scandal, documenting all the breakthrough developments and subsequent meetings with thei...

Flash Forward to Finals : Starting Good Habits Before Testing Begins

February 18, 2017

By Nellie Ferguson The beginning of each quarter can feel like a fresh start with new teachers, a new schedule, and new classmates to get to know. Getting organized seems like a breeze at this time, and students are optimistic: writing schedules in their planners, even going crazy buying highlight...

SCC’s Got Talent : Art, Literary and Music Magazine Production Underway

February 18, 2017

By Emily Boyer Are you looking to get your writing or music published? Check out Spindrift, Shoreline Community College’s national award-winning art and literary journal. Spindrift, founded in 1966, has been with SCC almost since the school’s inception. It began solely as a literary journal but grew...

Ah-ha Moments, An SCC Alum Homecoming : UW transfers return to talk education in retrospect

February 18, 2017

By Casey Daniels On Thursday, Feb. 23, some SCC alumni will be returning to tell their tales of college, life, success and ‘ah-ha’ moments. Simon Walker, Ian Waller and Alexis Chouery completed their undergraduate degrees at the UW Jackson School of International Studies. After seeing the world...

In the Midst of Winter

February 18, 2017

By Jerry Choi and Martin Musialczyk The air has suddenly become crisp and temperatures have dropped to the low 30s. The sun is setting sooner, and snow comes and goes. It seems that Seattle has some polar air from the north, but in the midst of dark days, SCC students still shine through with their own t...

Show’Em What You Got: Tips from SCC’s Portfolio Show Advisor

February 9, 2017

By Coral Nafziger School is where students learn stuff and do a bunch of assignments. Graduates often fall into two categories — those who have their coursework saved in all kinds of unfindable files across several flash drives, devices and accounts; and those who have their projects organized and ca...

Ace Your Apps! : A Short Guide to Transfers Near and Far

February 9, 2017

By Areeya Tipyasothi The air is crisp, the birds are chirping and the days are getting longer... ‘Tis the season! … The season for prospective transfer students to start working on their applications, that is. With the bliss of winter break becoming nothing more than a memory, students all ove...

Valentine’s Day : The Spectrum

February 8, 2017

By Ilona Kinnear Some people refer to Feb. 14 as Valentine's Day, while others like to call it Singles Awareness Day. But people’s reactions to the coming of this fateful day range quite dramatically. Here’s a short quiz to see where you rank: 1. It is Feb. 14 and you see a painting of a romantic co...

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