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September 18, 2020

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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 project is set to begin this January. Ninety thousand cars currently use SR99 and the Viaduct on a daily basis and those cars will be forced out onto surface streets. Representatives from the Seattle

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“No to Antisemitism” Demonstration

As the first night of Hanukkah approaches later this evening, West Seattle residents and members of the group Hate-Free Delridge joined together today in a demonstration against Antisemitism, nationalism and hate speech. This demonstration is in response to Antisemitic graffiti on a home in the Sunrise Heights neighborhood earlier this week, first reported by the

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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 defined as someone who is over the age of 25 and who has significant responsibilities in work and life. A study conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics from 1995 to 2012 shows the overwhelming majority

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Seattle CityClub Offers Scholarships

Seattle CityClub is a local nonprofit that provides members with political programs designed to engage residents of the Puget Sound region in topics related to civil health. Content is provided at meetings and via their website and social media platforms. Recently, CityClub opened up their programming to non-members through a scholarship program. One of the

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Central Students Dig Archaeology Class

This week, Seattle Central Archaeology students were treated to an over-the-top experiential educational opportunity. Susan Barclay, the instructor for several anthropology courses here at Central, including Medical Anthropology, was a last minute substitution to teach ANTH 204 this quarter, replacing tenured instructor Mohamad Al-Madani, who is taking this quarter off. Barclay’s classes are often highly

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