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Porn-Viewer Caught Red Handed in Seattle Central Computer Lab

Porn-Viewer Caught Red Handed in Seattle Central Computer Lab

A lot of people watch porn, one metric puts it at 30% of all web traffic but enjoying personal time at school recently left one student yelling and escorted off by security. “I sat observing for about 5 minutes while he was engaging in animal to people pornography video amongst other adult sites with both […]

District Board Meeting Discusses Innovation, Higher-One, and Dropping Community

District Board Meeting Discusses Innovation, Higher-One, and Dropping Community

On Thursday, the Seattle Community College District Board of Trustees held their final gathering for 2012 and brought up some compelling issues on the schools future in the new year. “More information to students would have been better,” remarks Kurt Buttleman, Vice Chancellor of Finance, on the recent Higher One issues in the district. The […]

One Year Ago Today at Seattle Central

One Year Ago Today at Seattle Central

(Updated with photo) Eviction Eve: Chancellor Wakefield Issues Veiled Threat To Occupy Seattle By Ian Finkenbinder Run Date: December 8, 2011-New City Collegian At the time of this writing the dedicated protesters of Occupy Seattle are preparing to lose their space. Dozens of tents have already come down and work groups have moved their essential […]

Social Coffee | Black Coffee: Prefiguring a Great Coffee Spot

Social Coffee | Black Coffee: Prefiguring a Great Coffee Spot

A Social Coffee review by Liam Wright Social Coffee is a new segment dedicated to the review of local cafes and examining their coffee as well as their impact on the people who work there, elsewhere, and the world around them. Visualize a half-painted space; huge smudged windows let in the pale fall sunlight. Decorative […]

Lawsuit Alleges Wrongful Termination of South Seattle Employee

On August 8, 2012, court summons served to three staff members at South Seattle Community College alleges unlawful termination, emotional distress and religious discrimination. The plaintiff, a former student and parking attendant employee of the college, is seeking punitive damages in the sum of $32,000. According to court documents, the school claims the allegations by […]

A Birthday in Seattle: The City Collegian Turns 46 | Space Needle Celebrates 50 Years

A Birthday in Seattle: The City Collegian Turns 46 | Space Needle Celebrates 50 Years

New City Collegian Turns 46-Seattle’s Oldest Community College Print The City Collegian was printed, ink rubbed off on the writers fingers, and the smell of news print was awakening, the publication would become Seattle’s first community college newspaper and the oldest of such a breed in the entire city. It was 46 years to the […]

Smashing Pumpkins Oceania Tour Hits Everett

Smashing Pumpkins Oceania Tour Hits Everett

The lights dim, the distortion kicks in, and the curtain drops with flawless timing to reveal a floating moon lighted up by stage magic. The Smashing Pumpkins launch their live performance with “Quasar”, the opening track off their latest album, Oceania, kicking off the night with a very familiar “Siamese Dream” vibe. Smashing Pumpkins (or […]

New City Collegian Talks With Federal Agencies About Campus Debit Cards

New City Collegian Talks With Federal Agencies About Campus Debit Cards

  Today I had the chance to participate in a national student journalists phone conference centering around campus debit cards and the dangers they pose to students. Speaking on the call was Rich Williams, Higher Education Advocate with the U.S. Public Interest Research Group, Anne Johnson, Director of Campus Progress, and Rohit Chopra, Private Student […]

Seattle Central Preps for Fall with Millions in rennovations

Former C-Store Empty This article has been re-posted via the old New City Collegian website. Walking on Broadway by Seattle Central you can see the massive streetcar project being undertaken but as fall quarter begins, the inside of the school is also undergoing millions of dollars of work. A $22 million project for a state of […]

State Representative Joe Fitzgibbon Concerned About Student Fee Spending

State Representative Joe Fitzgibbon Concerned About Student Fee Spending

UPDATE 10/12: South Seattle Community College has fixed their web error and SA documents are now available to interested parties. UPDATE 10/08: Here are the official web links for each campuses S&A spending documents. They’re each located in sub-sections featured on each respective institutions student life/leadership pages. Currently South Seattle’s S&A documents are inaccessible. North […]