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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 […]

Lotta Strands in Old Duder’s Head

Lotta Strands in Old Duder’s Head

by Sheikh Faraaz For the longest time, I had acknowledged a change coming on; all the while straying from the fact that changes were taking their place in various shapes and forms in my body and in my mind. As I grow older, I notice vast modifications in the way my writing has transformed, my […]

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 […]

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. […]

Gloves, the Bell, Boom: Students Go Into the Ring

Gloves, the Bell, Boom: Students Go Into the Ring

by Daegyo Seo The ringside machine beeps loudly, the red light glows, and everybody stops, huffing and puffing. Carlos Hernandez considers the machine to be his “assistant”: green, alerts everybody that a three-minute round has started: yellow, lets everybody know that only thirty seconds are remaining in the round and pushes them to go even […]

Macklemore Becomes First Seattle Central Alum With Platinum Single

Macklemore Becomes First Seattle Central Alum With Platinum Single

We’re a little late to the punch here as its widely reported of Macklemore’s single ‘Thrift Shop’ going platinum. This honor also means he is the only Seattle Central Community College alum to release a platinum single. The music video for ‘Thrift Shop’ which featured scenes from Value Village on Pine and 11th has garnered […]

Baking at the Buzz Cafe Raises the Dough

Baking at the Buzz Cafe Raises the Dough

By Shin Young Every morning baking students greet customers with their freshly baked breads, the aroma of brewed coffee, and sugary smell of starch establishes dominance all over campus originating from the Buzz Café. Linda Chauncey, Dean of the Culinary Academy, says, “last year(2010), the revenue used for covering the exceeded budget was $6,500, and […]