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February 24, 2020

Posts by: Bianca Chan

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. Our friendly neighbour to the north has a beautiful, diverse, burgeoning city on the coast called Vancouver. Though, I am a little biased; I was born and raised

For the Love of Coffee (and Spending Lots of Money)

As unique and zany as Capitol Hill is, one of the strangest places I have been to is, undoubtedly, the Starbucks Reserve Roastery at Pike Street and Melrose Avenue. Self-described on its website as “immersive, theatrical shrines to coffee passion,” Starbucks Reserve Roasteries are so grand they teeter on being satirically absurd. They feel more

Cosmetology Program Permanently Closes

After a lengthy and thorough review process, Seattle Vocational Institute’s (SVI) cosmetology program is slated to be shut down today, marking the end of the spring quarter. Liliana Orbulescu is just one of four students graduating from the program this Tuesday. “We’re the last who made it through and it’s going to be sad to

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 travel, food and the human experience. Anthony Bourdain, chef, author, global ambassador and father took his own life. He was found in his hotel room in France where he had been shooting for

Anthropologist with Skull

Professor Frustrated With Lack of Security for $30,000 Colle …

Pete Knutson is tired of having the school’s $30,000 anthropology collection meddled with and is frustrated with the school’s administration for its lack of action. “This is probably one of the best anthropology fossil collections of any community college anywhere in the state,” the anthropology professor said. “I just want to puke when I see

Mundanity and Mania: A Day in the Life of SCC Security

Spend one quarter at Seattle Central and you’re guaranteed to see something strange. The most dramatic stories revolve around shifty people bringing concealed weapons onto campus. The usual addict shooting up in the bathroom or individual masturbating in the library no longer warrant a gasp – you’ll soon discover that it’s just the norm. But

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