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Sgt. Cranson displays the label and attached key that saved the college thousands of dollars, and might one day save lives.

Keeping Campus Safe and Secure with Sgt. Cranson

Johanna Wilder, Co-editor May 17, 2024

Pick any time—day or night, rain or shine—and walk through campus. Your safety will be assured by what appear to be police officers, dressed in their midnight blue and high-visibility green uniforms...

Jack Kahn, Kahn speaks to Marines benefitted from Palomar College’s credit program.

Who is SCC’s Incoming President?

Jasmine Contreras-Lewis, Editor-in-Chief May 27, 2022

Jack Kahn is scheduled to take over as the next president of Shoreline Community College this summer. He’s gone from being a starry-eyed student to an advocate for the underrepresented- meet the man...

A Retrospective with Sunshine Cheng

Astrid Alexander, Staff Writer May 13, 2022

The election for ASG president is coming to a close and Sunshine Cheng’s second term serving SCC’s student body is concluding. She has had the unique and challenging experience of navigating leadership...

ASG’s Presidential Candidates

ASG’s Presidential Candidates

Paris Apodaca, News Editor May 10, 2022

Sunshine Cheng, SCC’s current ASG president has served two terms and is now retiring. An election to select a new representative is currently in progress and the polls close Friday, May 13 at 5pm. Students...

Nova Clark, Editor-In-Chief

Homage to Editor-in-Chief Nova Clark

Paris Apodaca, Guest Contributor March 25, 2022

Editor’s note: Since December 2019, Nova Clark has dutifully served as The Ebbtide’s editor-in-chief. After nearly four years in total with the newspaper, she is passing down her position. We appreciate...

Music Speaks Louder Than Words

Music Speaks Louder Than Words

Nova Clark June 1, 2019

SCC PIANIST PURSUES HIS PASSION The path to success comes with many small victories. This has proved true for SCC pianist Yuly Kopkin, whose musical journey has been significantly different than...

Music: The Greatest Escape

Music: The Greatest Escape

Travis Tribble May 6, 2019

SCC STUDENT FINDS THAT PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT Summer is coming and there will be an abundance of new bands to go see, including SCC student Em Heffernan's project Nessy. Em Heffernan singing in...

Dont Sleep On ZZ

Don’t Sleep On “ZZ”

Ed Strong May 6, 2019

POSITION CHANGE HELPS PLAYER TAKE CENTER STAGE Zane Zurbrugg has all of the tools that make baseball scouts salivate. He’s tall, with a quick, compact swing, a powerful arm and record-breaking speed. Three...

Highly Rated

Highly Rated

Teshan Laucirica January 19, 2019

SCC ALUMNUS RETURNS THE GIFT OF WRITING Michael Overa never wanted to teach. He grew up in a middle-class Seattle family with both parents working full time. This allowed him plenty of time to enjoy...

SCC’s Short Story Winner

SCC’s Short Story Winner

Nova Clark January 19, 2019

ASPIRING SCREENWRITER GETS IN TUNE WITH HIS PAST What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “Crossing Borders?” That was what SCC’s recent short story contest asked the campus to write about,...

Au Revoir, Advisor

Au Revoir, Advisor

I failed Professor Patti Jones’ Introduction to Mass Media in my first quarter at SCC. I failed miserably, and Jones saw it coming from a mile away. My first official journalism teacher knew I was taking...

The Highs and Lows of Hiking

The Highs and Lows of Hiking

Jordan Ghita December 2, 2018

TALES FROM THE TRAILS When SCC Hiking Club President Angela Li went hiking alone in Issaquah’s Tiger Mountains, she didn’t expect to run into a family of bears. Li had been walking along the...

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