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September 18, 2020

911 Outages Leave Many Concerned

Thursday evening (at approximately 9:00 pm PST), many 911 callers failed to reach their local 911 call center in states across the

Get Ready For #realign99

The upcoming closure of the Alaskan Way Viaduct is going to have a significant long-term impact on Seattle commuters. The #realign99

I Registered To Vote – Now What?

This summer, Gov. Jay Inslee issued an easy challenge to Washington state students - register to vote, then fill out and turn in your

We’re Hiring!

The Seattle Collegian is in need of five Editorial Board members for the 2018-2019 academic year. We are seeking individuals who believe in

Student Leaders Needed

Unity Fair is coming up and Spring Quarter is in full swing. That means it's that time of the year again: Student Leadership will be

New Post

Watch the movie, “Good Night, and Good Luck” (2005), about Edward R. Murrow, the namesake of the Murrow College of Communication. You

Testing Comments

There are some additional options out there to help Squeeze-Proof your commute. Uber is offering a $2.75 ride discount per trip

Health Watch 2018

The peak of this year’s flu season is rapidly approaching, anticipated to be in full swing by December. As the weather turns colder, the

A Letter From The Editor

Hello gentle readers!  A brand-new academic year is in full swing here at Seattle Central, which I hope is treating all of you well thus

Local’s Guide to Vancouver

If you find yourself wanting a quick getaway but don’t much in the way of funds, there is a tempting option just a three hour drive away.

Questions From a College Dropout

At a glance, the fact that my dad worked as a ramp agent for the airlines before I had, and that he’d worked in security before both my

“What App?”

Written jointly by Riley Mai and Trang Nguyen, with additional reporting by Joshua Scott. For the past two years, Seattle Central

The Fairest Land of All

Once upon a time, in a land not too far from here called Pioneer Square, there was a set of stairs that led into underground enchantments.

The Rich History of Capitol Hill

Who are the elites of Capitol Hill? Most people who set foot on Capitol Hill are the elites; we make the heart of this place pump life into

Speed Dating – For a Cause

If you’ve never heard of or experienced speed dating, it is an activity done at a bar, coffee shop or community center with lots of

Review: Creed 2

There has been a huge trend of sequels and remakes in Hollywood over the past few years, and while some of them were necessary, many were

“In The Heights” Review

This is a must see musical about love, laughter, compassion, and faith. The music is so moving, it makes you want to get up on your feet

Review of PNB’s The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker has a certain magic to it no matter how impressive the production and no matter what the quality of the dancers or musicians

Danez Smith at Seattle Central

This Monday evening, Seattle Arts and Lectures opened the first event of their poetry series at Seattle Central’s Broadway performance

Self Defense for Mental Health

When I watched my first UFC match on TV, I honestly had no idea what was going on. I can’t remember who was in the Octagon, but I know it

Stan Lee: Remembering A Legend

On Monday, November 12, 2018, we lost one of our greatest pop culture icons. Marvel comics writer and chairman Stan Lee, who passed away at

A Lesson in Hip Hop with Dr. Abe

“I am glad that I grew up around the time that Hip Hop was forming”, Dr. Daudi Abe Seattle’s Hip Hop History goes beyond just rap

Top 10 Holiday Films of All Time

It’s that time of the year again when you start to plan for Winter vacation. You shop and stress while trying to plan the best holiday

A Special Day for Our Educators

Are you a new student? Are you looking for some events that are occurring at Seattle Central College? I have a recommendation for you to

Open Your Mind, Save Your Dollars

Arts and theatre have a well-earned reputation for being too expensive for “regular” people; many can be upwards of $30 a visit --

Thanksgiving Food Drive at Central

According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, 40% of food produced in the U.S. goes uneaten every year. Meanwhile, there

Halloween: The Occult Festival

While millions of people celebrate Halloween on October 31st without knowing its origins and myths, the history and facts make the holiday

Top 10 Horror Films of All Time

Since the first horror film The Devil's Castle in 1896 by silent film director Georges Melies, the horror genre has made a huge impact on

“The Midsummer” Dance Review

An evening at Velocity on Sunday, October 20, 2018. The Midsummer, by Beth Terwilleger, is a new work for her new dance company, The Gray,

Oddisee Show Review

Oddisee’s performance last Tuesday night was nothing short of a powerful display of individuality and self-liberation. As one of his most

All About Your Gym

Cayla is from Oregon and a full-time student but does not not know that Seattle Central College (SCC) has a gym, even after studying here

Does Gender Matter?

Have you ever heard someone say “I am a man so I don’t have to do that”? The idea of having different gender roles allows us to have

Homo and Homeless for the Holidays

Yep. It’s December. The last month of the year, and goodness this year has flown by! Fall Quarter is over, finals are fading from the

Culture Shock

Whether we call it Cross-Cultural Adaptation Stress, Intercultural Adjustment Disorientation, Displacement Anxiety, or Culture Shock, it

Tales of a Non-Traditional Student

Community colleges across the country have long been a welcome home for non-traditional students. Typically, non-traditional students are

Elevating the Norm

So, a new year, a new batch of students who don’t know basic elevator etiquette.  I went over this a little in a previous op-ed, but my

Through the Looking Glass

I believe that personal style is a dichotomous artform. If you choose to, you can uncover your psyche while covering your body. Clothing is

Two Cent Philanthropy

I almost never carry cash. Most everywhere I want to do business, a debit card is accepted, and it keeps the lines of my pants slim to not

A Letter From the Editor

To our readers, School’s out for summer! Unless, of course, you, like the Seattle Collegian, are participating in summer quarter. In

Keep to the Right

I do a lot of walking.  After bussing downtown, I walk about a mile to school each day, but the vast majority of the walking I do is in

Thanking Anthony Bourdain

Yesterday, we, as journalists and people of the storytelling industry, lost a renegade leader who redefined what it meant to write about

“Just Speak Up!” They Said

Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal. ~Albert Camus For most of my life, I have been told

A Letter from the Editor

To our readers, Student journalism has returned to Seattle Central College. Johnny Horton, English instructor and our faculty