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Apollo 11 Lands in Museum of Flight

Apollo 11 Lands in Museum of Flight

Nova Clark

April 21, 2019

SEATTLE DEBUTS “DESTINATION MOON” EXHIBIT A slice of space history has landed in Seattle, and you can see it in person. Buzz Aldrin’s iconic helmet and gloves. Photo: Paul Clark The astronauts of Apollo 11 departed and returned to Earth in the command module Columbia. Photo: Paul Clark Artifacts from the famed Apollo 11 mission that first took astronauts to the moon in 1969 have been loaned from Washington D.C.’s Smithsonian to S...

Making More Use of Consumables

Elizabeth Joyce

March 16, 2019

We all know about recycling, but what about the other R’s: reduce and reuse? Reducing and reusing items cuts down on consumerism and keeps even more items out of the landfill. Consider these ways to reduce your carbon footprint and most likely save money along the way. Buy Recycled or Used: If you ...

You Can Take it to the Bank

Ed Strong

March 16, 2019

TAILS OF A TEST TUBE BABY In almost every sense of the phrase, I am an only child. I grew up in a two-person household. I never had to share my toys, but also never had anyone to play with growing up. I also have over two dozen siblings. I am one of the oldest children of donor #2039 at Cal...

Hear No Evil

CJ Priebe

March 16, 2019

TRUE CRIME PODCASTS ARE KILLIN' IT Throughout history, murder has inspired the public and storytellers alike, whereas recently, podcasts have catapulted to the forefront of the storytelling world. These two factors have combined to create a landscape filled with true crime stories that surge through...

Ebbtide Eats: Cafes in Shoreline

Ebbtide Eats: Cafes in Shoreline

Natasha Sidik

March 16, 2019

The smell of fresh grounds is a well-loved scent in the city of Seattle, where coffee shops seem to hide in every corner. Compared to the bustling Greater Seattle area, Shoreline’s cafe scene may not offer as much variation compared to its neighboring metropolitan city, but the few that are here ...

Northern Exposure

Northern Exposure

Shari Sung

March 16, 2019

A TWO-DAY VANCOUVER GETAWAY As an international student, I remember how surprised I was when I discovered that it only takes three hours to drive from Seattle to Canada. I soon ventured to Vancouver, British Columbia (BC) for a two-day trip for the time during last winter break, and I fell in l...

The Keyblade to My Heart

Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati

March 4, 2019

KH3 UNDER THE MICROSCOPE Spoiler Alert: For anyone who has not played the Kingdom Hearts series, there may be minor spoilers. I am a die-hard “Kingdom Hearts” fan. The Disney and Japanese role-playing game (RPG) was released for the Playstation 2 in March 2002 and ever since then, it’...

Snowpocalypse: TIPS FOR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

Ed Strong

March 4, 2019

The inability of Seattleites to deal with the recent adverse weather will go down in history at your local grocery store. The one day of mostly clear roads — between the first winter storm and the second one essentially — caused the entire population of Puget Sound to frantically drive to the g...

Snowpocalypse: DID SCC DO ENOUGH?

Forrest Baum

March 4, 2019

Students returning to campus after the storm first had to climb over a pile of snow. Metro transit workers had cleared the snow from the parking lot, but had then piled it up on the sidewalk of the main campus entrance. SCC administrators had decided they were ready to open campus, but a lack of coor...

Snowpocalypse: UNEXPECTED ROAD BLOCKS TO EDUCATION

Snowpocalypse: UNEXPECTED ROAD BLOCKS TO EDUCATION

Joshua Groom

March 4, 2019

In a two-week period, SCC held only two and a half days of class. This came just short of administration’s goal of four days, according to SCC President Cheryl Roberts. “We’ve gone 20 years without something like this,” Roberts said. Why SCC Closed SCC was closed from Feb. 3 to Feb. 14...

Snowpocalypse: AN ICY RECAP

Tobias Hope-Young

March 4, 2019

The first time was a novelty, the second time was a curiosity and the third time was an inconvenience. It seemed as if the “school closure due to snow” had gone from being an irregularity to the norm as the days started to add up. However, not all colleges seemed bothered by the weather: UW s...

Winter Safety Tips

Elizabeth Joyce

February 20, 2019

We all have to travel in these cold winter conditions. Keep the following things in mind to help you stay warm and comfortable out there: Step carefully: Tread carefully in the ice and snow. It’s easy to slip, so watch where you walk and avoid icy, steep sidewalks and stairs. Keep moving: W...

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