The Ebbtide

Martin Luther King : The Real Man Behind The Dream

February 8, 2017

By Cendri Johnson When you think of the FBI watch list, do you think of Martin Luther King Jr.? Most people would probably answer no to this question, but the FBI’s close watch on King was just one often-ignored fact brought up at the "Bread and Circuses: Exploring the Legacy of the 'Real' Dr. M...

What’s New Pussyhat? Pink Headgear Meant to Show Unity at The Women’s March

January 22, 2017

By Coral Nafziger “‘Pussy’ is a derogatory term for female genitalia. We chose this loaded word for our project because we want to reclaim the term as a means of empowerment,” reads the mission statement of The Pussyhat Project. Launched on Thanksgiving, The Pussyhat Project says they want t...

Letters to the Editor

January 22, 2017

11/30/16 To The Editors of the Ebbtide, I would like to applaud the Ebbtide its post-election coverage (Volume 52, Issue 4). Regardless of our individual political views, it is heartening to see SCC students taking a strong political stance, and using the student newspaper as a platform to advocate...

A Breakdown of SCC’s Clulbs

January 22, 2017

By Cendri Johnson Shoreline Community College currently has over fifty active clubs, but many go unrecognized by the student body in general. The following are groupings of clubs, and listed below each description are the email addresses for the adviser of each club in the order the clubs were liste...

The Long Road Back to SCC : Jessica Gonzalez Fights for Students

The Long Road Back to SCC : Jessica Gonzalez Fights for Students

January 22, 2017

Jessica Gonzalez can usually be found in the Tutoring Services office (Photo by Martin Musialczyk) By Areeya Tipyasothi The Tutoring Services office is quiet at 9 a.m., save for the low buzz of the fluorescent lights and the faint stuttering whirs of the Dells stationed around the room. Later in the da...

Three! Two! One! : New Year Traditions Around the World

January 22, 2017

By Adelia Sindunata The end of 2016 is getting near, which means the New Year’s parties are coming soon. New Year’s celebrations are usually associated with fireworks, but in other parts of the Earth, there are tons of unique traditions. The Ebbtide interviewed some international students about u...

The Big Commotion: Overview of the Dakota Access Pipeline

January 21, 2017

By Allegra Simpkins In recent months, a media light has been shining on the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe reservation. National attention is now being paid to the protests surrounding the construction of the crude oil pipeline that is designed to run underground, not far from the reservation land. The 1,172...

Moving Forward: Called to Action in Trump’s America

Moving Forward: Called to Action in Trump's America

November 21, 2016

Are we ready to talk yet? (Illustration by Martin Musialczyk) By Coral Nafziger “Prior to Trump being elected, this country was already showing signs of dysfunction, and it’s just come to a head now,” says Dr. Ernest Johnson, who teaches in SCC’s equity and social justice department. For...

From Hard Times to Hate Crimes : Election Reactions from An SCC Student

November 21, 2016

By Cendri Johnson Nicholas Jzyk is one of many students at Shoreline CC who were shocked after the results of Election Day. Jzyk was concerned that a lot of people were going to get hurt, as things like health insurance and social progress get taken away from them. Jzyk said that he “saw that fear...

No Way! No *@&!ing Way! Please No! Oh No! OK, Let’s Do This. : SCC Community Experiences the Five Stages of Grief After the Election of Donald Trump

November 21, 2016

By Coral Nafziger Observing the SCC community react to the election, I see people grappling with several different strong emotions. Eberth Arias, SCC’s student government sustainability officer, says he sees this, too. In particular, he sees that people are angry. Arias says he came in to SCC t...

A Culture of Fear: Why the Idea of a Trump Presidency Scares People

November 21, 2016

By Coral Nafziger President Elect Donald Trump seems to inspire fear in a wide swath of people for a litany of reasons. At SCC, fears associated with Trump’s presidency include, but are certainly not limited to, the threat of physical violence and harassment, the inability to afford necessary medica...

Women’s Health vs. The Trump Effect

Women's Health vs. The Trump Effect

November 21, 2016

At a Feminists United meeting, Greta Moss discusses the future of health care and how it impacts her personally under President Trump. Photo by Martin Musialczyk By Allegra Simpkins The recent election has caused an uproar regarding women’s reproductive rights and other health issues, especially...

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