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April 9, 2020

Posts by: Joel Raphael

Voter Ballot Box

Endorsements for the November 6th General Election

For most students at Seattle Central College, this mid term election represents your first opportunity to vote.  I do not envy you the neophyte’s task of learning to navigate the American electoral system amidst the chaos that is our modern political sphere.  I wish I could tell you that it doesn’t matter how you personally

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 observations in the first few weeks of the quarter leads me to write about this topic again.  You all don’t seem to realize what the purpose of the

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 have a giant wad of ones and a jangling pile of coins bulging out of a pocket. As has become a beginning of the quarter tradition though,

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 and around campus.  My classes are often in various disparate locations, and it is not uncommon for me to have to go from the fourth floor

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