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A Musical for the Masses

Premiering in 1928, Bertolt Brecht’s “The Threepenny Opera” brought a tale of crime and corruption to theatergoers. The German “play with music” focuses on the relationships between and how they interact with society. Years later, it would continue to inspire pop culture, such as Bobby Darin’s jazz rendition of its song “Mack the Knife” in…


From Plato’s Cave to Google’s Cubicle

On a crisp, sunny afternoon in winter, students shuffled into room 1508 where SCC professor William Lindenmuth explained deep philosophical concepts with the same level of enthusiasm as someone who had just conceived the ideas. “Companies have to think about their role in this world,” Lindenmuth said in an interview after his class had ended….


Dental hygiene faculty, SCC admin spar over program relocation

UPDATE 2/9: SCC has decided not to move forward with plans to relocate the college’s dental hygiene program to the Lake Washington Institute of Technology. Read more about the decision here. SCC plans to move its dental hygiene program to the Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWIT) and “teach out” current students before placing the…


SCC Announces Budget Cuts, Layoffs at Board of Trustees Meeting

SCC’s budget review process is almost over, and the administration has announced a total of $2.38 million proposed budget reductions. The $2.38 million figure exceeds the $1.9 million touted by the administration late last year, which they attribute to an even further decline in enrollment. The majority of the proposed cuts come from reductions in…


A Reason to Smile

SCC BACHELOR’S PROPOSAL CLEARS STATE BOARD SCC is one step closer to offering students a Bachelor’s of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene (BAS-DH). The state Board of Education approved a “statement of need” on May 2, according to Maryrose Bellert, the head of SCC’s dental hygiene department. The college hopes to enroll the first class…

Energy Drinks: A Taste Test

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE NASTY A blind taste test of seven popular energy drinks was conducted by the Ebbtide staff for… science. The results were a mixed bag of opinions — though some options stood out more than others. Our favorites vary and through a blind test taste, almost everyone was unimpressed by…

Secondhand Suicide

HOW MY FRIENDS AND I FACED SUDDEN LOSS Disclaimer: If you or a loved one are facing suicidal thoughts, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, which is available 24 hours a day: 1-800-273-8255 Near the halfway point of my senior year in high school, one of my friends killed himself. He locked himself up…


Out With the Old, Here With the Two

STUDENTS, MAKE THE BEST CHOICE FOR YOU The race for student body president is in the final stretch. Associated Student Government (ASG) held an open forum on April 30, as Isaac Tchao and Seth Zeldenrust each explained what they would bring to the ASG presidency in the 2019-20 school year. Isaac Tchao Tchao is a…


Going Out on a High Note

“THE DROWSY CHAPERONE” COMES TO SCC It’s time to ring in the roaring ‘20s as SCC welcomes to its stage the Tony-winning musical “The Drowsy Chaperone.” Set in the era of flappers and speakeasies, this tongue-in-cheek comedy debuted on Broadway in 1998 and will be directed by SCC acting professor and veteran director Bryar Golden….

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