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Michael Boehm at the Workforce Education.

The Workforce Education, Is It Working?

Nicholas Hauw, Staff Writer May 3, 2024

The Workforce Education has been a part of Shoreline since the early 90s helping students, old and new alike. There are plenty of things that the Workforce Education can help students with — depending...

Two candidates, one president. Only you can decide. Vote!

Your Voice Matters in the 2024 ASG Presidential Election

Nathan Hauw, Reporter May 3, 2024

Get ready to cast your votes. The campaign for your new president is on. The Associated Student Government—ASG for short—is composed of students who represent the entirety of Shoreline Community...

Shoreline Community College graduates from the class of 2022-2023.

Commencement Ceremony 2024

Cheryl Amelia, A&E editor May 3, 2024

This year’s Commencement Ceremony will be celebrating graduates of the 2023-2024 academic calendar on Fri., June 21. The event will begin at 2:00 p.m. and it’ll be held in the Shoreline Gymnasium (3000...

a student getting their photo taken for their new student ID

The Return of the Student ID

Adrien Koe, Staff Writer April 19, 2024

Additional Reporting by Sok Kong The student ID card has returned for this new quarter, as all students, staff and faculty can get their ID cards now at the 5000 (FOSS) Building. Those who need an ID...

A paper prototype developed by one of UI/UX Design Cafe Club’s current members. (UI/UX Design Cafe Club)

The Rebirth of the Library Website

Nicholas Hauw, Staff Writer April 19, 2024

Truth be told, our library’s website looks unappealing to students’ creative eyes at its current state. The library website has been a part of Shoreline Community College for a long time, yet despite...

The accessibility office on campus

Spotlight on Accessibility and Accommodations

Chris Van Hoosier, Staff Writer March 15, 2024

A little-known room sits just beyond the cashier desk in the FOSS 5000 building, which could provide support for a wide range of students. At the Student Accessibility Services Center students can be screened...

Author and anti-racist educator Tim Wise speaks from the podium in the PUB main dining room.

The Attack on The Attack on Critical Race Theory and Anti-Racist Education

Johanna Wilder, Co-editor March 15, 2024

On a cold evening in early March, over 100 students, faculty and community members gathered in the PUB main dining room at Shoreline Community College to hear a middle-aged man from Tennessee defend an...

Room 2925, the lecture hall: one of two rooms where all physics classes meet.

Physics Prof Momentum Halted by Series of Unfortunate Events

Chris Van Hoosier, Staff writer March 1, 2024

For many students winter break offers a chance to spend time with family and friends and rejuvenate, a time to take a break from deadlines and schoolwork. For the students in an SCC Engineering Physics...

By afternoon, this nocturnal missive was wiped clean by high-pressure washing, with no inkling of its original message left, but the faded paint scrawls remain as a reminder.

Overnight Vandalism Mars Campus Facilities

Johanna Wilder, Co-editor February 16, 2024

Sometime between midnight and around 3am, Sgt Gregory Cranson of the Campus Safety & Security Department suspects, on the morning of Feb. 2, an unknown person entered the campus from the Greenwood...

Illustration by Javier Santana

MMIW Awareness Rally

Nathan Hauw, Staff Writer February 2, 2024

“The symbol of a growing movement… It stands for all the missing sisters whose voices are not heard. It stands for the silence of the media and law enforcement in the midst of this crisis. It stands...

The new MFA feature added to the ctcLink. It is to ensure advanced privacy for school staff, faculty and students.

ctcLink Enhances Security for Students and Faculty

Kelly Wijaya, Co-editor February 2, 2024

On Jan. 18 2024 Shoreline’s Executive Director of Strategic Communications and Marketing, Cat Chiappa announced the launching of the new security factor added to the ctcLink and Canvas app to ensure...

Shoreline Community College’s newest building named the Cedar Building is holding a limited number of classes. The building will house a series of sciences courses.

The Grand Opening of the Cedar Building Has a Date

Chris Van Hoosier, Staff Writer February 2, 2024

Ever wonder why a few buildings that previously hosted classes have been fenced off and reduced to dirt? There is a simple explanation to this rubble; the new Cedar Building, a building that serves...

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