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A Farewell Address

Over the course of five decades, The Ebbtide has hired student journalists to steer the helm. Unfortunately, this means our staff isn’t permanent. Our team comes and goes depending on their schedules, workload and personal lives. But, we make do with who we got. This quarter sees “The Big Three” (the trio of editors who…

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Letter From The Editor – Dec. 6, 2019

DEAR SCC, Three years ago, I didn’t think that I’d be at your doorstep. My future after high school was unknown; riddled with countless choices — which is a nightmare for an indecisive person like me.  A community college just north of Seattle wasn’t in the cards for me early on — until I saw…

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Christmas Classics

Christmas movies are a genre of their own. If you’re looking forward to sitting down for holiday-themed films, the following list could aid your efforts in selecting this year’s lineup, with choices ranging from classic to lesser-known movies — as well as their perfect pairings for any double feature desires you may have. “It’s a…

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Cauterizing SCC’s Budget

Layoffs and class cancellations loom over SCC as the college plans to trim $1.9 million from the budget. Those cuts will be made primarily through workforce reductions. SCC’s current shortfall is a result of decreasing enrollment and a change in Washington state’s allocation model, according to SCC President Cheryl Roberts. “It’s a tender time,” she…

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Finally, New Food

he food services offered on campus will change starting winter quarter, as Lancer Hospitality’s contract with SCC ends in December. They currently service the Coffee Spot and the three hot food stations in the cafeteria of the PUB. Chief Financial Officer Bill Saraceno said that the food service on campus is running at a financial…

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SCC Choir Arises to the Occasion

SCC’s choirs, Chamber Chorale and Shoreline Singers, will be joining forces for a fall concert called “I Arise.” “I Arise” dabbles in concepts of thoughtfulness and how people carry themselves around others. Featuring a range of moods, the program is intended to either uplift a particular person or bring groups of people together, with an…

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Culinary Classics for the Holiday Season

Make New Memories with Yesteryear’s Recipes Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and if you’re cooking this year, you may be trying to think up exciting new entrees to serve your guests. But have you ever considered looking to the past? If so, you’re in luck: The following list contains deliciously retro recipes for a…

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Anita Hill Wants to Inspire You

A Story of Injustice, Sexual Harassment and Hope nita Hill strolled toward the podium to give a lecture for UW’s “Success” series. She had just been introduced by Christine Blasey Ford, and when the two hugged on stage, the crowd went wild. It sounded like old videos of the Beatles getting mobbed by teenagers; the…

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The Evolution of a Lifelong Passion

SCC Professor Juggles Work and Play Smoke curled through the bar, the low light filtering through the haze. While long past the era of slavery, Virginia was still very much a tobacco state — a fact that couldn’t have been more apparent at this particular tavern in the later half of 70s. Future SCC Professor…

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Tread Lightly

Netflix’s Rattlesnake Lacks Bite The Netflix original movie “Rattlesnake” sinks its fangs into the realm of the supernatural, but not enough to puncture the surface. It is directed by Zak Hilditch, who previously worked on the compelling end-of-days film “These Final Hours” and most notably his Stephen King film adaptation of the book “1922.” Snaking…

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