The Ebbtide

From the Editor

June 22, 2018

Hey guys, it’s me, Connor. The guy from the news briefs, who yelled at you to go give blood that one time. It was last year, you might not remember. I’m also the editor in chief here at the Ebbtide. But this is the last time I’ll be able to say that. And no, it’s not because I’m getting...

Extra Credit

Forrest Baum

June 18, 2018

MONEY TIPS FOR STUDENTS A group of SCC students took time on a sunny day to learn about their credit. Many young people make poor choices that affect their credit, and these students opted to see what they could do about it. Students can avoid common mistakes by following several simple steps, as described ...

Word on the Street: “What do you wish the Ebbtide asked you? What would your answer be?”

Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati

June 17, 2018

    “I wish you asked me about my interests outside of school. I like arts and crafts and snuggling cats.” - Kat Burgin-Walker           “Have you ever journaled in a museum naked after it’s closed? My answer would be yes.” - Sam Bronson  ...

EBBTIDE WORD SEARCH – Vol. 53, Issue 14

June 8, 2018

This week's search brings you some regional icons that make Seattle what it is. Visit all of these sites in one weekend to win the prize. Which we don't have, but perhaps you'll get a sense of self-accomplishment instead. Check to see if you got them all:   ...

Manage Your Minutes

Tobias Hope-Young

June 2, 2018

TIME TIPS FROM AN EXPERT Are you always in a hurry? Do you spend hours wasting time before realizing that there is something vital that you need to be doing and then rush to complete the entire endeavor? If that sounds like you, then chances are you have poor time management skills. But don't...

We Won!

June 2, 2018

The Ebbtide has once again won a bevy of awards, courtesy of the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators. Frances Hui won second place in general news for her story on the SCC student who was detained after trying to reenter the country. Areeya Tipyasothi, Nellie Ferguson and Coral Naf...

Word on the Street: “What is Your Pet Peeve About Teachers?”

June 2, 2018

  “When the office hours posted on the teacher’s door don’t match the office hours posted on the syllabus. I’ve wasted gas.” — Chandra Johnson               “When teachers are lazy … and vague in response to student questions.” ...

Word on the Street: “If you could be one of the faculty members, who would you want to be and why?”

June 1, 2018

    “I would be Reggie Garrett because he is a chill guy and I think he understands the world really well — I think of him as a leader and a really great person.” - Connor Smith           “I would want to be Clarita Bhat because I would love to run ...

EBBTIDE WORD SEARCH – Vol. 53, Issue 13

May 22, 2018

With the weather we’ve been having, it almost feels like summer already. And with all the summer concert announcements flooding in, we thought we’d do justice to the strong musical heritage of the region. So, for your word-searching pleasure, we present you with these songs, from well-known to...

Chillin’ with SCC’s Beatnik Coalition

Chillin’ with SCC’s Beatnik Coalition

May 22, 2018

“It’s not about knowing the songs but feeling the groove. I would say the second one, 'Sonnymoon for Two' (was my favorite) just because I have a personal connection to it. I played it in elementary school, and hearing (it again is) nice. They’re pretty good, I would use some instrumentations, but they ...

Word on the Street: Do you have any suggestions to improve the school?

May 12, 2018

  “The school can improve the library by adding more tables and more study rooms.” - Kenny Tjahaja         “The school should have more coffee areas.” - Sumariah Shah             “I want to have more ...

EBBTIDE WORD SEARCH – Vol. 53, Issue 11

April 20, 2018

In honor of Earth Day, we bring you this particularly earthy word search. Dig deep and you will be rewarded with a vast sense of accomplishment. Or you know, maybe not. Anyways, check out the answers below to see if you got all of them right. ...

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