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Book Review: Dog Whistle Politics

Book Review: Dog Whistle Politics

Paris Apodaca, Editor-in-Chief January 20, 2023

Is racism hidden in plain sight? In Dog Whistle Politics, Ian Haney Lopez, explains how politicians exploit race to their own advantage. As society progresses, racism changes and adapts. Rather than...

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Coffee Near Campus: A Caffeine Addict’s Review

Jasmine Contreras-Lewis, Editor-in-Chief November 11, 2022

Right now, I have 25 coffee shop punch cards. I drink a lot of coffee from a lot of places, and collecting them is a fun consequence of my indulgence. In the absence of quality on-campus coffee, I get...

Promotional material for season 4

Absurdity in Atlanta

Leuel Bekele, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 28, 2022

When FX’s Atlanta aired in 2016, it really resonated with me on a personal level. I watched every episode at least twice when they premiered. FX is currently airing the fourth and final season of the...

The entrance sign to Evergreen Washelli Cemetery

The Life of Graves

Kevin Lam, Staff Writer May 27, 2022

Despite being the largest in Seattle, the nearby cemetery can be easy to miss. A seven-minute drive from SCC, the Evergreen Washelli Cemetery fosters historical insight, moments of reflection and a peaceful...

One with the Woods

One with the Woods

Kirk Meyers, Sports Editor May 27, 2022

Shinrin-yoku , or forest bathing, is a practice originating from Japan. Shinrin in Japanese means “forest,” and yoku means “bath.” Put together, shinrin-yoku means bathing in the forest atmosphere...

Taco Bell Mexican Pizza

Ask Not for Whom the Taco Bell Tolls, it Tolls for Pizza

Paris Apodaca, Staff Writer May 13, 2022

Taco Bell’s Mexican pizza will be returning to the menu on May 19, 2022. The Taco Bell Mexican pizza resembled a miniature pizza that functioned more like a pizza-taco-sandwich. Tortilla shells functioned...

Map of bathroom locations at SCC

Where To Go, When You Need To Go

Kevin Lam, Staff Writer May 13, 2022

Running around, trying to find a bathroom is stressful enough. The experience gets even worse when you walk into a bathroom that is dirty, uncomfortable and crowded. To find the best bathroom experience,...

SCC Jobs Aren’t the Same Anymore

Kevin Lam, Staff Writer April 29, 2022

Recently, some SCC staff can be seen on campus three days a week, a massive contrast from what was considered normal for employees in the past. Although the Shoreline campus remains less physically...

Current State of the Deep Roots Garden

Roots of the Deep Roots Garden

Jasmine Contreras-Lewis, News Editor March 11, 2022

The campus these days has been quiet. I can hear my footsteps echo through the empty walkways. It’s peaceful yet bereft of the student chittering that makes a college feel like a college. Nonetheless,...

The Tea with Rose: Getting Away With Murder

The Tea with Rose: Getting Away With Murder

Rose Emmons, Staff Writer December 13, 2021

How much do you really know what someone is capable of? In November, 18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse went to trial for three shootings that occurred on Aug. 25, 2020 during a Black Lives Matter protest...

The Tea with Rose: Compare, Compete, Repeat

The Tea with Rose: Compare, Compete, Repeat

Rose Emmons, Staff Writer November 11, 2021

   "Women have always been seen as part of the problem; so why are they creating that same problem for each other?" Increasing numbers of women are treating each other the way men have been known...

The Tea With Rose: Protecting Texans or Policing Womens Bodies?

The Tea With Rose: Protecting Texans or Policing Women’s Bodies?

Rose Emmons, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

Vaginas. Can't figure them out, so control them. It’s no surprise that a law to suppress women was just passed in a state that still likes to live in the days of the Wild West. In March, the first...

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