The Ebbtide

Stigma-Free Mental Health: It’s OK if you aren’t OK

November 10, 2016

By Coral Nafziger Several years ago, I had myself committed to a psychiatric hospital because I was scared by how frequently I thought about killing myself. That was one of the bravest things I had ever done, but it is not something I can brag about. In fact, I often feel compelled to hide it. Wha...

Keeping the Gray Away: tips and tricks for managing Seasonal Affective Disorder

November 10, 2016

By Allegra Simpkins The winter months can be a wonderful time of the year. Most everybody is in the holiday spirit and there are plenty of fun events to be attended and festive movies to be watched. But for five percent of Americans, the winter months are far, far from a happy time. Seasonal Affective Disord...

Fall Sweater Weather

November 7, 2016

By Jerry Choi Photo by Martin Musialczyk As the summer heat turns into windy breezes and leaves are dyed into autumn colors of bright orange, yellow and red, students change out their shorts for longer pants and their T-shirts for sweaters. The air is filled with the scents of pumpkin spiced lattes an...

Japanese Cultural Festival : Experience the Land of Rising Sun in SCC

Japanese Cultural Festival : Experience the Land of Rising Sun in SCC

October 24, 2016

By Adelia Sindunata Photo by Martin Musialczyk Pretend that you went to the PUB last Wednesday. You would see crowd of students in front of the Coffee Spot. No, it wasn’t the regular line of students waiting to order their cups of coffee, in fact, they weren’t heading to the Coffee Spot. These stud...

Rock ‘N’ Roll Professor : Sue Ennis wrote songs with Heart, attends the Grammys and brings industry knowledge to SCC students

October 24, 2016

By Coral Nafziger Photo by Martin Musialczyk Tucked away in SCC's secluded music building is Sue Ennis, the school's almost hidden gem. Did you know that one of Shoreline's teachers has been awarded a platinum album? Well, Ennis has earned multiple platinum albums. Ladies Rock Camp I first became aware ...

Braille in the mail

Braille in the mail

October 24, 2016

By Cendri Johnson FE_Braille_Cendri This is a picture of the orange envelope that showed up in the delivery box of the Ebbtide about two weeks ago. As you can see, it was a rather odd method of addressing and mailing an envelope -- lots of scrawling letters, but no return address and only a first nam...

Ebbtide eats: Royal Unicorn restaurant

October 23, 2016

By Ilona Kinnear Monday afternoon after most of the Ebbtiders went their separate ways, a group of five remained to explore the world of food. This week’s adventure: the Royal Unicorn restaurant. After some wrong turns and mild panic, the five approached the venue. They were greeted by an old ...

May The Rice Be With You

October 23, 2016

By Martin Musialczyk Illustration by Coral Nafziger As the Ebbtide staff debated on where to get some good Chinese food for a staff dinner, Din Tai Fung was quickly dismissed, deemed too expensive for the college-minded budget. Royal Unicorn was chosen, boasting a menu with a slew of options for just...

Educated. Empowered. Equal. : the Black Student Union returns

Educated. Empowered. Equal. : the Black Student Union returns

October 8, 2016

The BSU representing at The Club Kick-off Photo by Martin Musialczyk By Allegra Simpkins Following a four-year hiatus from campus, the Black Student Union has once again become a prominent group at Shoreline, providing a safe space for students to come together and evoke conversations dealing with ...

From the land of Ceylon tea to the home of the Phins : Meet new adviser Kanchana Kularatne

From the land of Ceylon tea to the home of the Phins : Meet new adviser Kanchana Kularatne

October 8, 2016

By Adelia Sindunata Kanchana, International Student Adviser Extraordinaire, prepared to help. Photo by Martin Musialczyk By Adelia Sindunata Twelve years ago, Kanchana Kularatne decided to follow her then husband-to-be to study abroad in the United States; she flew thousand miles away from her home in...

Anthropology, communications and cannabis

June 4, 2016

By Adelia Sindunata Spring quarter is reaching its end and that means it’s time to register for classes. The Ebbtide has looked into three of those classes and has arranged their instructors answers for your curiosity. Check it out: CMST& 230 (Small Group Communication) Instructor: Heather Munsell E-mail: h...

Limbo, lip synching, pie eating and food trucks!

Limbo, lip synching, pie eating and food trucks!

June 4, 2016

By Aaron Meliza Sunfest, SCC's annual spring quarter celebration, came to campus on Wednesday, May 25 and Thursday, May 26. As part of the festivities, food trucks rolled into the courtyard offering everything from crepes to Korean food. On Wednesday, students gathered for pie-eating contest and a da...

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