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Wann Yen

February 8, 2017

Contents and photos by Adelia Sindunata Whaddup, Phins? Back at it again with Ebbtide Eats! This time I decided to take over the Eats section and go on a food adventure without my Ebbtide teammates. (Sorry, fellas. I didn’t mean to ditch you.) With three other girls who love food like I do, we he...

Strawberry Shortcake

February 8, 2017

By Martin Musialczyk “Love is but the discovery of ourselves in others, and the delight in the recognition.” -Alexander Smith There are many ways of expressing interest in someone you care about. Sharing something sweet at the end of a nice meal can be that subtle gesture you may have been looking...

Hungry For Love

February 8, 2017

By Madeline Kimberly Hunger — the constant hunger to eat or drink, even the hunger to be loved is undoubtedly present in most of us. Hunger is one of the main themes present in the play, “The Servant of Two Masters.” Throughout the play, we are reminded that hunger doesn’t just exist when ...

Movie Reviews

February 8, 2017

By Nick McCann In honor of our transfer issue, I took to the couch to research what university life is really like. Here follows my findings. Animal House A quintessential classic that should be seen by all. Hijinks ensue as we follow the partiers of the lowly Delta Tau Chi house. Their goal is to h...

Social Justice Sci Fi : Octavia’s Brood is SCC’s Community Read

January 22, 2017

By Coral Nafziger The Community Read is a program at SCC meant to draw people on campus together around a single book. The 2016-17 school year is the second year in a row that this book is the short story collection, “Octavia’s Brood”. The namesake of this book is Octavia Butler, the award-winnin...

STAGES

January 22, 2017

Shown here are two of the ten canvases from the exhibit STAGES that can be viewed at the art gallery (Photo by Martin Musialczyk) By Madeline Kimberly Simple, large, white floor-to-ceiling canvases with barely anything on them are currently taking up the whole space of SCC’s gallery walls. STAGES is...

Movies in Review

January 22, 2017

By Giovanni Wong and Nick McCann La La Land Giovanni: For music, dance and Broadway lovers, this movie is perfect for you! Since I enjoy all three, I may be a little bit biased in my review. “La La Land” is a realistic, heartbreaking romance-musical, with wonderful performances by Ryan Gosling and E...

Mexico City Salsa AKA Salsa

January 22, 2017

By Martin Musialczyk “Do you know why people like salsa? Because people like to say, SÁLSÁ.” - Jerry Seinfeld While I have to agree with Jerry that it is a fun word to pronounce, I don’t think I’m going out on a limb by saying that people like salsa because it is freaking delicious. In ...

Pokémon Sun and Moon : Breath New Life into an Old Formula

Pokémon Sun and Moon : Breath New Life into an Old Formula

January 22, 2017

Photo by Martin Musialczyk By Emily Boyer When I was six years old, my parents made the mistake of buying me Pokémon Crystal. I spent months glued to it. I trained my Typhlosion to absurd levels while neglecting the rest of my team, used moves like Cut and Swift against the Elite Four, totally ignor...

Improvable and Highly Sketchy

January 22, 2017

By Madeline Kimberly Get ready for a night filled with laughter and hilarious sketches in the Improvable and Highly Sketchy theater event coming soon to campus. After the craziness of 2016, many on campus definitely need the laughter this coming winter quarter. Improvable and Highly Sketchy is an al...

Top Ten Anime of This Season

January 18, 2017

By Ilona Kinnear Just to get started with a little disclaimer here, these are just the opinions of a highly biased anime fan and should not be taken as gospel. This anime fan is only including anime with full length episodes (roughly 23 minutes each). So, let’s begin! Number 10: Lostorage Incited WIXOSS Getting into more entertaining territory, we have a card ...

Fantastic Shapes and Where to Find Them

January 18, 2017

By Coral Nafziger Photos by Martin Musialczyk Organic and geometric forms hang from the ceiling in the lobby in the 1000 Building, which is also known as the Art Gallery. This installation by Chromatopia is called "BOMBOGENESIS!" and changes colors, lit from within. Chromatopia is a collaboration ...

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