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If You Aren’t Bleeding, You Aren’t Trying Hard Enough : An Appeal for Donors

November 21, 2016

By Connor Tee One of the things I like about Shoreline is the variance in ages. At a lot of other schools, I’d be stuck in freshman classes with a bunch of Gen-Z punks. Here at Shoreline, nobody questions the 25-year-old in their class, or at least not until they want to get to know me better. Ther...

The Knowledge on the College : Electoral College – The Process and Purpose

November 21, 2016

By Cendri Johnson Many of us have been hearing about how awful the Electoral College is because it allowed Trump to win the election. And many are quick to jump on that bandwagon. But how well do you actually understand the system that is the Electoral College? Here is breakdown of this key factor ...

Post-Election Courses at SCC : Winter Quarter Classes on Social Justice, Politics and Environment

November 21, 2016

By Coral Nafziger If your head is reeling with questions after this election, these courses might have some answers. All courses listed are for five credits. Some classes have a prerequisite or recommendation of EAP 099/ENGL 099 or ENGL 101. Critical Intercultural Communication (CMST 285) Instructor E...

Ladies and Gentlemen, Your Next President

November 21, 2016

By Areeya Tipyasothi 1. Trump does not drink alcohol (Newsweek) 2. Trump was sent away to military school when he was 13 (AOL) 3. Trump hates shaking hands because he’s a “germophobe” (Washington Post) 4. He’s a Gemini -- his birthday is June 14 (CNN) 5. His Myers Briggs personality type...

The Courage to Live with Passion and Purpose

November 20, 2016

By Allegra Simpkins Dr. Gloria Burgess is one of Seattle’s most esteemed public speakers. She has presented keynote speeches to tens of thousands of people in nearly 30 countries, written popular books and helped many people realize their full purpose in life, and she happens to be coming to spe...

Veteran’s Day : Real People, Real Stories

November 20, 2016

By Cendri Johnson Veterans Day is coming up fast. The holiday will be on Friday, Nov. 11, but to many people, Veterans Day can seem distant and irrelevant to our everyday lives, especially considering how most students don't have classes on Friday and may even forget all about the holiday in general. In a...

Sensei 101: An Intro to Mayumi Steinmetz

November 18, 2016

Steinmetz stands in front of her calligraphy Photo by David Steinmetz By Adelia Sindunata When Steinmetz was an elementary school student, she dreamed to be a teacher. Steinmetz saw her father and grandmother, who were teacher themselves, as her role model. Yet, she didn’t know that teacher will be her profession ...

A Death in Thailand Hits Home

November 18, 2016

By Areeya Tipyasothi When King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand died on Oct. 13, the news of his death was delivered with the same sterile preciseness as any other major news story. A series of dings and whistles from the BBC, CNN, New York Times and AP announced his passing, and for most of the worl...

November is the Hairiest Month: Growing Facial Hair for Men’s Health

November 10, 2016

By Coral Nafziger Even if you're kind of over the whole mustache thing, there is something different about some of the 'staches you see around in November. Two organizations -- Movember and No-Shave November -- use growing facial hair as a way to raise money and awareness for men's health during th...

Will You Make it Out Alive? : The Adventure Builders Club organizes live games on campus

Will You Make it Out Alive? : The Adventure Builders Club organizes live games on campus

November 10, 2016

The Adventure Builders Club's reaper lurks in the dark waiting for their next unsuspecting victim Photo by Martin Musialczyk By Coral Nafziger This year everything went wrong for a pair of trick-or-treaters who found themselves locked in a serial killer’s house. The only way they managed to escap...

Shoreline’s Hiking Club takes on Rattlesnake Ridge

November 10, 2016

By Coral Nafziger Photo: Courtesy of SCC Hiking Club Thirty-seven members of SCC’s Hiking Club took a day trip to Rattlesnake Ridge on Saturday, Oct. 29. Despite a little rain, Aldrich Valerian, the president of the club, says it was a successful trip thanks to members coming prepared with rain coats. I...

Free Mental Health and Wellness Resources on Campus

November 10, 2016

By Coral Nafziger Spending time on self-care can be a proactive way to improve mental health. These services are offered for free on campus for students who are looking for ways to take care of themselves. Free Counseling Services In an appointment at the counseling center, a certified counselor wil...

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