SCC’s Very Own Rocket Man

FROM VIETNAM TO WASHINGTON. NEXT STOP, SPACE. Harry Phan wants to build a spaceship for interstellar colonization. He says he’s not at the construction phase yet, but he’s making progress, taking classes to become an astronautical engineer. It’s a difficult […]

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American Enough?

A CHALLENGED IDENTITY The image of a stereotypical American doesn’t fit with what most people would consider “American ideals,” a country that sells itself as a melting pot for multiculturalism. With the recent success of blockbusters starring non-traditional actors like […]

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Where is the Line?

UPHOLDING FREE SPEECH WITHIN COMMUNITY STANDARDS On Monday, June 4, a man on campus used a large sign with harsh language on it to denounce Islam directly in front of the PUB. A number of classrooms reported the volume of […]

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Half the Day is Not Enough

AN APPEAL FOR LONGER LIBRARY HOURS “Just so you know, the library will close in 10 minutes.” That’s the library staff every night at 7:20 p.m., when I start to send all my documents and browser history from the library […]

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Not So Hidden Anymore

SECRET STUDY SPOTS AT SCC Hello, nerds! Searching for the right place to study in the library? As finals week approaches, you might want to find a new place to study, especially if you’re one of those people who can’t […]

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A Resource for Student by Students

QUICK TIPS FOR COLLEGE SURVIVAL New to the library are Zines, a series of questions and answers compiled into magazines that have been written and designed by SCC students for first-year students moving into college life. The questions found in […]

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