The Ebbtide

A Play on Words

A Play on Words

Nova Clark

March 16, 2019

SCC'S MODERN TAKE ON "MACBETH" SCC took on an ambitious execution of William Shakespeare’s renowned tragedy “Macbeth” this month, and the entire theater was held under its sinister spell. The cast of "Macbeth" during rehearsal. Photo: Nova Clark Directed by SCC drama professor Debra P...

Word on the Street: “Have you ever heard of college scams, or scams in general?”

Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati

March 15, 2019

The Ebbtide has paraphrased a few of these answers. "I’ve personally never been a part or seen any scams. The closest thing to that where I’ve ever heard of that is on TV shows. It’s always a plot point, like in a movie.” - Richard Le“I’ve heard of college as a scam. As a whole, it’s sort of like a rigged gamble, just depend...

Full of Sound and Fury

Full of Sound and Fury

Nova Clark

March 4, 2019

"MACBETH" WILL STRUT AND FRET ITS HOUR UPON SCC'S STAGE This month, history will be made as “Macbeth” becomes the first William Shakespeare work ever to be performed at SCC. Penned by the legendary playwright at the beginning of the 17th century, the play remains a timeless tragedy that te...

Snowpocalypse: DID SCC DO ENOUGH?

Forrest Baum

March 4, 2019

Students returning to campus after the storm first had to climb over a pile of snow. Metro transit workers had cleared the snow from the parking lot, but had then piled it up on the sidewalk of the main campus entrance. SCC administrators had decided they were ready to open campus, but a lack of coor...

Snowpocalypse: UNEXPECTED ROAD BLOCKS TO EDUCATION

Snowpocalypse: UNEXPECTED ROAD BLOCKS TO EDUCATION

Joshua Groom

March 4, 2019

In a two-week period, SCC held only two and a half days of class. This came just short of administration’s goal of four days, according to SCC President Cheryl Roberts. “We’ve gone 20 years without something like this,” Roberts said. Why SCC Closed SCC was closed from Feb. 3 to Feb. 14...

Snowpocalypse: AN ICY RECAP

Tobias Hope-Young

March 4, 2019

The first time was a novelty, the second time was a curiosity and the third time was an inconvenience. It seemed as if the “school closure due to snow” had gone from being an irregularity to the norm as the days started to add up. However, not all colleges seemed bothered by the weather: UW s...

Harrass (Not) Meant

Travis Tribble

February 20, 2019

THE BLURRED LINE BETWEEN FLIRTING AND HURTING Some pitfalls to flirting can come from knowing the line between charming and creepy. Cupid's arrow claimed many hearts this Valentine’s Day and romance is in the air. While there are people that find flirting easy, many find it awkward or diffic...

Home Safe Home?

Teshan Laucirica

February 20, 2019

PROTECTING WOMEN SHOULD BE A PRIORITY It is estimated that one in five women will experience sexual assault or rape during their college years, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC). While a much lower percentage of their population is affected compared to women, college-aged men also ...

Crime Updated

Crime Updated

Joshua Groom

February 4, 2019

SCC STUDENT ABDUCTED, RETURNED SAFELY A student at SCC was allegedly abducted from campus on Dec. 11. Shoreline Police have classified the incident as domestic violence. The victim, 18, was allegedly forced into a vehicle belonging to a former boyfriend, Gustavo Adolfo Martinez Guardado, accordin...

Campaign Promises

Travis Tribble

February 4, 2019

IS ASG ANSWERING THE CALL? SCC has a number of resources available for students, but some on-campus assets aren’t always working, leaving all of us at a significant disadvantage. Denish Oleke, Associated Student Government (ASG) president, promised several courses of action in the sprin...

Performance Parallels Past and Present Prejudice

Nova Clark

February 2, 2019

CIVIL RIGHTS: THE PERSONAL EXPERIENCE Sometimes it only takes one voice to speak for thousands. That is what a performance called “The Right to Dream” achieves, as it sends audiences back in time to the Civil Rights Movement — a period during the 1950s and 1960s when black citizens acros...

Shrinking Demographic: SCC’s Diversity at Risk

Shrinking Demographic: SCC's Diversity at Risk

Shari Sung

January 19, 2019

UNDERSTANDING THE RECENT DECLINE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Owing to its high-quality education system, diverse culture and relatively open labor market, the United States has always been one of the top destinations for international students. The U.S. hosts the most international students of any countr...

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