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Not One Penny More:  ASC Commits $999.99 for Fountain Renovation

Not One Penny More: ASC Commits $999.99 for Fountain Renovation

by Alia Marsha On Thursday, April 4th the Associated Student Council passed the motion to allocate $999.99 to the refurbishing of the Tsutakawa Fountain in SCCC’s Atrium. This will add to the donations received by the Fountain Committee to date. Prior to this, Michael Pham, Vice President of Administrative Services, promised to grant the Committee […]

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 […]

Sawant For City Council Kick-Off Party

Sawant For City Council Kick-Off Party

“Who wants to see Kshama arrested?” was the introduction to Kshama Sawant- SCCC economics professor, Socialist activist, and Seattle City Council candidate. The impromptu survey received much applause as the “brassy candidate” took center-stage. The Sawant campaign occupied the Central District bar Neighbor Lady for their kick-off party last week. The tight rally of over […]

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. […]

William Resler, Tax Expert at the UW, Comes to SCCC as a Guest Lecturer

William Resler, Tax Expert at the UW, Comes to SCCC as a Guest Lecturer

by Joseph Wonseok Seo William Resler spoke to business students on February 1 about tax, taxation, and accounting. Those topics may not be interesting to you, but to a roomful of business student, his talk was a rare treat. “It was a great opportunity to widen my insight of business,” says Zhang Muduo. “I really […]

Street Criminals Target International Students

Street Criminals Target International Students

by Kim Doyoun International students studying in Seattle are often targeted by criminals. Shin Young, Park, a female student of Seattle Central Community College (SCCC), came out from the Bauhaus Café on Pine Street in Capital Hill around 12 am after finished her study. Because of rain, the streets were already quiet and dark. By […]

Seattle Free Press Claims Robbery Suspect Was ‘Assassinated’ By SWAT Team

The following article comes from Seattle Free Press and was written by a person named ‘Guy’. Guy claims to have witnessed a Friday morning incident in Columbia City resulting in the death of an alleged robbery suspect at the hands of Bellevue SWAT. Guy says they live in a house adjacent to where Bellevue SWAT was attempting […]