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News Briefs – Vol 53 Issue 14, June 1, 2018

June 9, 2018

Pride Prom 6:30-10 p.m., June 1; PUB, Main Dining Room I’ll admit, as accepting as we tried to be, my high school prom was pretty hetero. For exactly that reason, multiplied by, like, every high school prom ever, Project Pride is putting on the latest entry in the annual SCC tradition of Pride Proms. Al...

Crime Log – Vol. 53 Issue 14, June 1, 2018

June 8, 2018

The Crime Log is a selection from the campus security log, as chosen by the Ebbtide. The full log can be viewed at any time by visiting the campus security office. Campus Safety and Security can be reached at (206) 546-4633. Additionally, they are located on the first floor of FOSS in Room 5102...

Planning for Expansion

June 8, 2018

THE FUTURE LOOK OF SHORELINE Shoreline is growing, and that means the city is going to change. Dan Eernissee, the economic development program manager for the Shoreline City Council, recently came to SCC to discuss projects in Shoreline that have been done and plans for future projects. Eernissee said th...

Sex Offenders and Education

Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati

June 8, 2018

A GLANCE AT THE RULES Washington state law permits registered sex offenders (RSOs) to enroll in community colleges, as long as schools have strict policies regarding these students. But the topic of RSOs on campus can be controversial among students. SCC student Jordan Rutledge said it makes ...

Shuttle Dreams Come True

Soon students will no longer face this arduous ascent as a new shuttle stop will be added at 160th and Aurora.

June 2, 2018

PICKUPS FOR E-LINE RIDERS SCC is losing parking spaces to the new dorms, but it will soon be gaining expanded shuttle coverage. Extended routes will support students who ride the Metro E-line along with students who park off campus. Tentatively set to begin May 24, according to ASG President Yorin Angga...

Rebooting the Vote

June 2, 2018

ASG ELECTION RUNOFF The results of the presidential election are out. A total of 530 student votes were received. Denish Oleke received 237 votes, while Brian Dean Tansil and Long “Harry” Phan got 206 and 86 respectively. After a two-week voting period, the Associated Student Governmen...

ASG in Review – Vol 53 Issue 13, May 18, 2018

June 2, 2018

The Associated Student Government (ASG) typically holds board 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...

News Briefs – Vol 53 Issue 13, May 18, 2018

June 2, 2018

Student Bio Expo 7:45 a.m.-1:45 p.m., May 18, PUB & Theater The Northwest Association for Biomedical Research is holding their annual Student Bio Exposition at SCC. It’s an expo for biotech, bio medicine and bioethics, targeted at high school students. Underrepresented in Tech 10:30-11:30 a.m....

Defining Hate

June 2, 2018

CAN FREE SPEECH BE TOO FREE? Last year, a white supremacist wearing a Hammerskins emblem appeared at SCC. It raised questions about the boundaries of free speech and brought up the argument of whether free speech protects or harms the vulnerable. On May 3, over 100 people attended a lecture, ...

Paradise Lost?

CJ Priebe

June 2, 2018

BIG ACTIVITY ON THE BIG ISLAND Residents of Hawaiʻi’s Big Island are facing a period of uncertainty. Eruptions at the Kīlauea volcano beckoned the national media to the district of Puna to study the unusual behavior of the world’s longest erupting volcano above sea level. Kīlauea is a shield vo...

Sears, Skateboards and Student Services

Sears, Skateboards and Student Services

Tobias Hope-Young

May 12, 2018

CANDIDATES HAVE THEIR SAY One candidate wants to improve the shuttles, another wants to negotiate with a nonexistent Sears over parking space and the third wants to add skateboards to campus life. The associated student government (ASG) presidency is down to the three candidates: Brian Tansil...

No Longer Hidden

Tobias Hope-Young

May 12, 2018

SCC'S FOOD PANTRY MOVES DOWNSTAIRS Students no longer need to trek up the PUB stairs to take advantage of the SCC pantry. The pantry has moved down from the third floor of the PUB to Room 9203 on the main floor. If you haven't heard of the pantry before, don’t worry, because according to Collin Fartale, the Unit...

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