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Crime Log – Vol. 54 Issue 9, March 1, 2019

Natasha Sidik

March 4, 2019

Fluorescent Fall 4:23 a.m., Feb. 11; Gym A section of the new neon light fixture attached in the gym fell due to the snow storm. A contractor has been scheduled to come and fix it. In Harm’s Way 11 p.m., Feb. 14; Off-Campus SCC student reported being threatened of physical harm by two p...

Moving on Up

Moving on Up

Natasha Sidik

March 4, 2019

NEW COMMUNITY VANS LAUNCH IN SHORELINE Shoreline residents and students now have an alternative public travel option. King County Metro Services recently launched two new van services on Feb. 5, to help with the rising demand for evening bus rides, specifically Bus 331, which discontinued thei...

ASG in Review – Vol 54 Issue 9, March 1, 2019

Travis Tribble

March 4, 2019

The Associated Student Government (ASG) typically holds meetings from 3-5 p.m. every other Monday in the Boardroom of the 1000 Building. This meeting was on Feb. 28, and was the third meeting of winter quarter. Students may attend if they would like to meet their representatives or voice an issue. In a...

News Briefs – Vol 54 Issue 8, February 15, 2019

Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati

February 20, 2019

President’s Day: Campus Closed Feb. 18 Don’t be silly and come in on your millionth day off of the month. College Rep Visit: Eastern Washington University 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Feb. 19; Rm. 5229 Heading to the east side? Representatives from Eastern Washington University will be on campus...

Renting a Risk

Tobias Hope-Young

February 20, 2019

PITFALLS TO BIKE SHARES You can find them sprawled across lawns in the suburbs or on street corners in the cities. They are bikes without homes, and they present a multitude of safety and legal issues. These bikes are part of the dockless bike sharing system, where anyone can rent a bike, ride ...

Reflections of a Mentee

Reflections of a Mentee

Juan Páez

February 4, 2019

SCC PROFESSOR IN HOLLYWOOD SPOTLIGHT Hollywood producers have taken an interest in making a movie about Mahmoud Muhammad Taha, Sudanese religious and political leader, through the eyes of SCC professor Ernest Johnson. Johnson lived in Sudan for nine years under Taha’s tutelage until Taha was ex...

News Briefs – Vol 54 Issue 7, February 1, 2019

Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati

February 4, 2019

UW Application Workshop 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Feb. 4; Rm. 9202 Application season will soon be coming to a close. If you’re having trouble with your UW application or just want some advice on the admission process, this session may be helpful. How to Write a Great College Admissions Ess...

Crime Log – Vol. 54 Issue 7, February 1, 2019

Natasha Sidik

February 4, 2019

Curb Stop Catastrophe 6 p.m., Jan. 10; 2900 Parking Lot A student required assistance after their Kia sedan was damaged from a curb stop. Watch out for blind spots, people! Who Let the Dogs Out? 5:45 p.m., Jan. 11; Track & Field A community member was charged under trespassing after multip...

ASG in Review – Vol 54 Issue 7, February 1, 2019

Travis Tribble

February 4, 2019

The Associated Student Government (ASG) typically holds meetings from 3-5 p.m. every other Monday in the Boardroom of the 1000 Building. This meeting was on Jan. 28, and was the second meeting of winter quarter. Students may attend if they would like to meet their representatives or voice an issue. In a...

Crime Updated

Crime Updated

Joshua Groom

February 4, 2019

SCC STUDENT ABDUCTED, RETURNED SAFELY A student at SCC was allegedly abducted from campus on Dec. 11. Shoreline Police have classified the incident as domestic violence. The victim, 18, was allegedly forced into a vehicle belonging to a former boyfriend, Gustavo Adolfo Martinez Guardado, accordin...

Campaign Promises

Travis Tribble

February 4, 2019

IS ASG ANSWERING THE CALL? SCC has a number of resources available for students, but some on-campus assets aren’t always working, leaving all of us at a significant disadvantage. Denish Oleke, Associated Student Government (ASG) president, promised several courses of action in the sprin...

Shrinking Demographic: SCC’s Diversity at Risk

Shrinking Demographic: SCC's Diversity at Risk

Shari Sung

January 19, 2019

UNDERSTANDING THE RECENT DECLINE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Owing to its high-quality education system, diverse culture and relatively open labor market, the United States has always been one of the top destinations for international students. The U.S. hosts the most international students of any countr...

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