Sebastian Garrett-Singh

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, […]

Seattle’s Free Bus Network Unveils Public Website with Rainbow Colored Savings

Seattle’s Free Bus Network Unveils Public Website with Rainbow Colored Savings

The Seattle free-ride zone ended last fall  but a group of locals have found a way to supersede and extend the free-ride zone, and not just in downtown but to all of Seattle. A private Facebook page entitled “Today’s Seattle Bus Transfer” has been providing 3,395 users with the daily color and letter of King […]

Federal Inquiry Includes District Banking Group Amid Controversy and Historic Losses

Federal Inquiry Includes District Banking Group Amid Controversy and Historic Losses

Higher One is in trouble. The last 6 months have seen the once prosperous company hit near rock bottom and now they are  included in their second federal inquiry in 6 months. Higher One also hired a Chief Compliance Officer earlier today. We initially reported on troubles with Higher One in an interview with federal […]

School District Events |The Vagina Monologues at North, Dancing at Central, Wine at South, and More

School District Events |The Vagina Monologues at North, Dancing at Central, Wine at South, and More

The school district’s many locations offer students a chance to engage in the community from West Seattle to Shoreline. This month there is no shortage of events and we have found the good ones for you! Take a look at what you can expect from the district through out February: February 9th-The Vagina Monologues at […]

Resourceful Burgler(s) Blunder During Attempted Projector Theft

Resourceful Burgler(s) Blunder During Attempted Projector Theft

An attempted projector theft last weekend continues a trend of campus burglaries which last year tips suggest hit a high for the past five years. More warning signs were thrown up Monday over a separate “suspicious circumstance” which so far is unrelated. Between 8pm Friday and 8am Saturday someone gained access to a third floor […]

School District to Release Plan Overturning Campus Use Restrictions

School District to Release Plan Overturning Campus Use Restrictions

In December New City Collegian discovered district plans to remove campus curfews at Seattle Central  which will officially be presented tomorrow at a Board of Trustees meeting. The emergency rule placed restrictions on campus use and was initially created to expedite Occupy Seattle’s departure from the south lawn seemingly under a guise of misinformation; the […]

Potential Health Code Violation Uncovered at Seattle Central

Potential Health Code Violation Uncovered at Seattle Central

A Friday visit to the atrium turned up a discovery of poultry gone a’fowl: a bag of pre-cooked frozen chicken wings sat on a plastic cart next to an overflowing trash can. There it sat for 5, 10, 15, and ultimately 25 minutes until it was grabbed by an employee and put into what we […]

Persistent Students Ferret Out Floor Plans For New International Center

Persistent Students Ferret Out Floor Plans For New International Center

An exiguous of English 101 students working on their journalism projects for NCC have been asking Facilities and Plants Director, Chuck Davis for floor plans related to the new international center on campus. Well after a couple of inquires he just sent us the design layouts directly, sorry Chuck, we got some ambitious writers. The […]

Conversations on Social Issues | Journalism in The 21st Century (Video)

Conversations on Social Issues | Journalism in The 21st Century (Video)

In cooperation with the Seattle Central Community College Library we’re proud to share their ongoing library series, ‘Conversations on Social Issues’. The SCCC library holds the event weekly at 12 p.m. on Thursdays covering relevant and sometimes controversial topics affecting society. To kick off the quarter the library drew up a mean lede with their […]

Selected Demolition of Childcare Center Begins Tonight

Selected Demolition of Childcare Center Begins Tonight

The Seattle Central childcare center is currently being retrofitted to accommodate a new international student center on campus, and tonight ‘selected demolition’ begins. At 7 p.m. contractors will begin selected demolition work of the space which is currently cordoned off in the southern part of the Broadway Edison building. The international student center next to […]