Before Neverland

SCC TACKLES PETER PAN ORIGIN STORY Have you ever wondered how Peter Pan got his name? In this Tony-winning play, you’ll be able to witness the poignant story that precedes the popular adventures. “Peter and the Starcatcher” began as a […]

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Electrical Education

INNOVATIVE TESLA PROGRAM MAKES ITS DEBUT AT SCC One of only four Tesla training programs in the country is drumming up some interest in its first quarter at SCC. SCC adds Tesla to the list of Automotive Certifications and Internships […]

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International Insights

WHAT IT’S LIKE TO LIVE IN A HOMESTAY In my own experience, studying abroad can be absolutely terrifying. International students have to adjust to cultural differences and overcome language barriers all while tolerating the loneliness of being on their own […]

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Depression and Me

A PERSONAL INSIGHT INTO MENTAL ILLNESS In 2015, I contemplated my death and nearly walked into the path of an oncoming truck. In 2016, I was hospitalized for my first suicide attempt. In 2017, I miscarried and was once again […]

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Back on the Court

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SEEKS FRESH START Last season, SCC suffered through four blowout losses before Athletic Director Steve Eskridge and the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) league office decided to forego the rest of their season, citing injuries that slashed what was […]

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Tournament Woes

SCC VOLLEYBALL TEAM ELIMINATED The SCC Volleyball team (14-18, 9-3 NWAC North) was eliminated from contention late Thursday evening by Clark College. The Phins lost their opening match of the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) championship, falling 3-1 to Lower Columbia […]

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