Najwa Alsheikh

Editorial – Higher One: The College Financial Bully

by Josh Kelety Higher One represents the blatant intrusion of everything wrong about privatization into one of the most holy and important of public services; institutions of higher education and learning. It is a purely profit driven enterprise, preying on some of the most vulnerable members of our communities. To trick and deceive students, particularly […]

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 […]

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 […]

Student Government Executive Explains School Politics and ASC Election Results

Yesterday a newly formed Associated Student Council was picked for the upcoming school year to represent the students of Seattle Central. The new Executive of Administration (aka Student President) Najwa Alsheikh has contributed the below piece to New City Collegian explaining ASC’s electoral process and the results of it. By Najwa Alsheikh Six executives are […]