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Crime Log – Vol. 54 Issue 4, November 16, 2018

Natasha Sidik

November 21, 2018

Opium in the (Not-So?) Open 2:39 p.m., Nov. 5; PUB 9200 Restroom An individual was reported under the influence of opiates and was arrested by security. They were handed off to the local police department due to the existence of prior warrants. More Vandalism. 8 a.m., Nov. 5; Library An anti-LGBTQ...

International Insights

Shari Sung

November 21, 2018

WHAT IT'S LIKE TO LIVE IN A HOMESTAY In my own experience, studying abroad can be absolutely terrifying. International students have to adjust to cultural differences and overcome language barriers all while tolerating the loneliness of being on their own without their family’s company. That’s why ...

A New Interface on Campus

Elizabeth Joyce

November 21, 2018

STUDENT SERVICES GETS AN UPGRADE If you’ve visited the FOSS building this quarter to pay a bill or get an override for a class, you have definitely encountered the new ticketing interface that made its debut on campus in June. The new ticketing system, Qnomy, was implemented after SCC’s Enrollment and Finan...

To Vote or Not to Vote?

To Vote or Not to Vote?

Natasha Sidik

November 4, 2018

YOU WILL DECIDE THE RESULTS OF THE MIDTERM ELECTIONS Blue and red signs popping up on every corner makes voting season hard to miss. America’s current political climate is divided by controversial discussions and issues, resulting in the problem that the U.S. democratic system faces each year: get...

News Briefs – Vol 54 Issue 3, November 2, 2018

Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati

November 4, 2018

Diversity Career Fair 8 a.m.-12 p.m., Nov. 3; Edmonds Community College, Woodway Hall 202 Missed SCC’s career fairs? Edmonds Community College will be hosting another opportunity to get some advice on how to apply for faculty and administrative positions. Don’t forget your resume. Employer of t...

Taking the Initiative

Competing viewpoints on Shoreline Proposition 1. PHOTO BY: Forrest Baum

Forrest Baum

November 4, 2018

HOW WILL YOU VOTE ON LOCAL ISSUES? In Washington state, voters have the opportunity to affect our policies on greenhouse gases, firearm safety protections and law enforcement standards on deadly force through a series of initiatives. There is a huge amount of money pouring into these campaigns,...

Defined Out of Existence

Krystelle Kurz

November 4, 2018

WHITE HOUSE MEMO UPSETS TRANSGENDER COMMUNIT The identity of transgender people is at risk of erasure in the eyes of the government. The New York Times released on Oct. 21 a memo from the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) arguing that government agencies — such as Education, Justice ...

ASG in Review – Vol 54 Issue 3, November 2, 2018

Krystelle Kurz

November 4, 2018

The Associated Student Government (ASG) typically holds meetings from 3-5 p.m. on the first and third Monday of every month. Students may attend if they would like to meet their representatives or voice an issue. In addition, students may meet with their representatives in the Student Life Office on t...

Crime Log – Vol. 54 Issue 3, November 2, 2018

Natasha Sidik

November 2, 2018

Missing Numbers 7 p.m., Oct. 16; Staff Parking Lot A vehicle license plate from a car parked near the 5000 (FOSS) Building was reported stolen. The case was referred to the local police department. Student VS. Professor? 2:08 p.m., Oct. 18; 5000 Building (FOSS) A student was found locked in a heated verbal...

From SCC to the Big League

Kacey Hvitved, eyes forward, prepares to throw heat in the SEC. PHOTO CREDITS: University of Mississippi

Ed Strong

October 20, 2018

SOFTBALL STAR FINDS NEW HOME IN MISSISSIPPI Kacey Hvitved has often played in front of a crowd you can count by hand. Now it’s time for multiple hundreds, sometimes thousands – not to mention thousands more watching on TV. Hvitved, who starred at third base and shortstop in her only season...

News Briefs – Vol 54 Issue 2, October 19, 2018

Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati

October 20, 2018

Fall Study Session 1:20-3 p.m., Oct. 19, 22, 24; Rm. 9301 The Multicultural Center on the third floor of the PUB will be hosting study sessions for anyone looking for a new place to cram for tests. There’ll be food and supplies, too. Benefits Hub: Eating Well for Less 12:30-1:30 p.m., Oct. 22; Rm....

Crime Log – Vol. 54 Issue 2, October 19, 2018

Natasha Sidik

October 20, 2018

Hot Wheels 9.00 p.m., Oct. 3; Parking Lot A vehicle parked near the 9000 Building was reported stolen overnight. The case was handed over to the local police. Don’t Do Drugs, Kids 1:30 p.m., Oct. 8; 5000 Building (FOSS) A student smoking marijuana was found near the faculty building. They were let off that day ...

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