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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...

Johanna and Kelly hard at work editing the stories for the next issue.

Editorial: How We Use Generative AI at The Ebbtide

Johanna Wilder, Co-editor March 15, 2024

We use generative AI in a variety of ways here at The Ebbtide. Let us share with you our philosophy, as well as the specific tools we are using. Working with faculty advisor Professor Jim Davis, we...

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Putting the U in UinSTEM

Kelly Wijaya, Staff writer December 8, 2023

The quarter is almost over and winter break is right around the corner. A surge in STEM-related clubs has been seen over the years. A diverse array of STEM clubs, ranging from mathematics and health science...

Quiet Computer Lab Converted to Storage Locker

Quiet Computer Lab Converted to Storage Locker

Sok Kong, Co-editor November 24, 2023

Beneath the Ray Howard Library and Media Center, tucked between the Drama Department and Technical Support Services center, is the 4102 Student Computer Lab. Once a haven for focused work with top-notch...

A student at the computer in the library printing his work.

Slow-Mo Printing at SCC Library Sparks Frustration

Nathan Hauw and Sok Kong November 10, 2023

Nestled in the 4000 building, the SCC Library is the beating heart of academic life on campus. More than a mere storage space, it houses a diverse treasure trove of book collections, vital sources of information,...

SCC Pays $228,000 Ransom

SCC Pays $228,000 Ransom

Joseph Engbert-Carbonetti, Staff Writer June 9, 2023

SCC has paid a $228,000 ransom to the group that shut down the college’s computer system at the end of the winter quarter and disrupted finals. The Ebbtide has acquired the ransom note from the ransom...

Honorlock Alarms Students

Honorlock Alarms Students

Oliver Girouard, Staff Writer June 9, 2023

The exam proctoring software Honorlock is still being utilized at SCC for some classes despite a ruling by a federal court last year deeming the program unconstitutional. The program is used to surveil...

The donation area at Bloodworks Lynnwood donation center.

The Northwestern Blood Shortage: Donation 101

Jasmine Contreras-Lewis, News Editor January 27, 2022

Five years ago, an Amtrak train carrying 77 passengers derailed, killing three people and injuring 65 others. A total of 150 donated units of blood were used to keep victims of the accident alive. However,...

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The La Palma Volcano Eruption and Mega-Tsunamis: How Do They Measure Up?

Rose Emmons, Staff Writer November 26, 2021

While some people in Washington State have had a water view in their backyards from massive flooding, others are experiencing a volcanic eruption in theirs. On Sept. 19, a volcano erupted on the Spanish...

Perseverance will gather and store rock and soil samples from the crater that may be brought back to Earth for analysis.

Perseverance Perseveres: New Rover Reaches Mars

Emma Dortsch, Copy Editor February 25, 2021

NASA’s Mars 2020 rover, Perseverance, successfully landed on the red planet’s surface last Thursday. It has been approximately seven months since the spacecraft launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida. On...

In The Know: Virus Basics and COVID-19

In The Know: Virus Basics and COVID-19

Willow Strey, Business Manager June 12, 2020

In the midst of the current medical emergency, the word “virus” has become charged. Viruses have become an almost personified evil, and misinformation on how to confront them continues to prove dangerous....

A successful liftoff for Falcon 9. Photo: SpaceX

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 Launch: A Summary of Events

Nova Clark, Editor-in-Chief June 2, 2020

It was a historic weekend for human spaceflight. On Saturday, May 30, SpaceX launched NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley en route to the International Space Station (ISS) in the first...

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