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Sonics Rally Today

by Grant Livingstone UPDATE: The Rain-man himself, Shawn Kemp, Wanz from Macklemore’s “Thrift Shop,” Brian Robinson from Sonics Rising, Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn, and the best fans in the world came out to show just how bad they want their Sonics back. Mayor McGinn first joined Seattle’s finest at FX McRory’s in Pioneer Square.  The crowd […]

Student digital wizards begin a “Lovecraftian” journey

By Nate Leese “Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn In his house at R’lyeh, dead Cthulu waits dreaming” -H.P. Lovecraft, “The Call of Cthulhu” H.P. Lovecraft was an early 20th century fiction writer known for his horror, “weird fiction,” and sci-fi/fantasy stories as well as the literary philosophy “Cosmic Horror.” Although relatively unknown during his […]

May Day Reflections and Photos by NCC Staff

Disclaimer: Each Staff Member speaks for themselves. These are not necessarily the views of the New City Collegian, we strive to remain neutral as a publication. However, each Staff member had their own unique experience on May Day and we believe that it is important that those are represented and expressed. The New City Collegian […]

May Day March Begins At SCCC: Ends With Pepper Spray & Flash Bang Grenades

UPDATE 5-3-2013, 4:25pm: The following is the text from an email sent out on behalf of President Paul Killpatrick on May 2nd, 2013. “I want to thank our security staff Adrian Burrage, Hao Hua, and Noah Norfleet for their efforts during last night’s May Day marches. Adrian and Noah did a commendable job leading a […]

Sherman Alexie Event Keeps Attendees Perched At The Edge Of Their Seats

by Grant Livingstone With a meet and greet performance at Capitol Hill’s Egyptian Theater last Wednesday beloved northwest writer Sherman Alexie took to the stage.  He was introduced by students from the American Indian Student Association, as well as Erik Rios, who told a memorable story of holding up a sign at one of Alexie’s […]

Yakima Students of Color Conference: Stereotypes Stop Here, This Is Wine Country

by Paige Allison The weekend of April 11th-13th, over 900 college students (40 from SCCC) from all over Washington gathered for the 23rd Annual Students of Color Conference (SOCC). The conference surprisingly took place in the boonies of south-central Washington, Yakima. It was definitely a change of scenery traveling from wet, gray Seattle, through the […]

Finish Line In Sight For Hansen And Sonics

Finish Line In Sight For Hansen And Sonics

by Grant Livingstone Over the past 883 days, “I’ve been counting” says Chris Hansen, real estate was quietly purchased, investors scouted and the culmination of these efforts now lies in the hands of a soon to retire NBA commissioner (David Stern), a 75 (percent) approval vote from league owners (just 8 of 30 votes would botch the sale), […]

Experience Intercultural Communication at SCCC

by An Tran From week 3 of Winter quarter, the Intercultural Activities Board (IAB), an organization running through Seattle Central Community College’s International Education Programs, starts opening for students to register for the program “Conversation Partners” on campus. This is a totally free program opens for all of students on campus and for community volunteers, […]

No One Shows Up: Public Hearing for WAC Changes Has Underwhelming Attendance

No One Shows Up: Public Hearing for WAC Changes Has Underwhelming Attendance

by Nate Leese & Alia Marsha We walked into the conference room in the Mitchell activity center several minutes before the opening comments after receiving our information packet, and expected there to be more of the SCCC community attending as about 15 came and went from 3 to 3:50 with 4 speakers. The hearing officer […]

More Potential WAC Changes Coming, And You May Not Like Them

More Potential WAC Changes Coming, And You May Not Like Them

Today, April 9, from 3-4:30 pm in the Mitchell Activity Center the Board of Trustees will be having a hearing regarding upcoming changes to the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) that covers our Community College District. We have, in the right hand corner of the NCC, had an advertisement placed their by the SCCD for just […]