Alexander M. Koch

The Tsutakawa Fountain Kickoff Event

There will be an upcoming Gala to raise money for the Tsutakawa Fountain restoration project. This has been a story we at the New City Collegian have been working on for quite some time. Tina Young, Director of Multicultural Services at SCCC had this to say in an email: “The Tsutakawa Fountain Committee will present […]

The Seattle Promise: Is It The Promise It Promises To Be?

The Seattle Promise is a new effort to provide financial assistance in the form of scholarship money to students who demonstrate financial need and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. With $100,000 The Seattle Central Foundation program expects to cover 225 students’ financial needs in the coming academic year. According to the FAQ from The […]

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 […]

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 […]

New City Collegian Has A New Editor

New City Collegian Has A New Editor

New City Collegian has a new Editor-in-Chief. Over the past few weeks Sebastian Garrett-Singh has transitioned editorship to Alexander M. Koch, who has been working with the New City Collegian for close to a year as a writer and editor. Koch will be continuing the tradition of the City Collegian, and the New City Collegian, […]

Ding Dong! People Gather On Campus To Celebrate Margaret Thatcher’s Death

Ding Dong! People Gather On Campus To Celebrate Margaret Thatcher’s Death

Nearing 8:00 pm on April 8th, 2013, a small number of people began to gather on the bricks by the south side of SCCC. Slowly more people joined them. One played music from a laptop. “Does anyone have any nice words about Margaret Thatcher? And by nice I mean NOT.” “Ding Dong the Witch is […]

SPD Officer Chris Hairston Charged With Assault For 2012 Incident At SCCC

SPD Officer Chris Hairston Charged With Assault For 2012 Incident At SCCC

According to the Office of City Attorney Pete Holmes (link leads to press release) SPD Officer Chris Hairston has been charged with assault from an incident dating back to September 2012. The City Attorney’s Office has chosen to pursue charges against Hairston after SPD dash-cam video showed him allegedly assaulting a 23-year old suspect who was handcuffed […]

Brazen Theft On Campus: Student’s MacBook and More Stolen

Brazen Theft On Campus: Student’s MacBook and More Stolen

The New City Collegian was informed of a brazen theft yesterday, Thursday the 28th, at SCCC. Elman McClain, head of Campus Security, had this to say in an email about the incident: “Good Afternoon, This email is being sent as information and for your attention: This morning [3-28-2013] (between 9am and 10:30 am) while a student […]

An Update On What Happens When A Class Gets Cancelled

An Update On What Happens When A Class Gets Cancelled

Last quarter I had been signed up for a literature class which, during winter break, was cancelled. I was not happy. Indeed, I was quite obviously annoyed. I was annoyed enough to write an article: Cancelled Courses and Checking Your Registration Regularly. I still suggest you check your registration over this spring break, just in case. […]

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