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  • Seattle Central College offers limited necessary walk-in student services from Sept. 15 to Oct. 1 Starting September 15 and spanning to October 1, Seattle Central College will allow students on campus for a limited amount…

    Collegian Board and Staff 03/03/2020
  • When money is tight, we tend to give up lots of things. I used to be able to afford rice and rolled oats for most of my meals, but lately, I shifted to making bread…

    Gift Homsaen 10/31/2020
  • On October 15, Katherine Kehrli, Associate Dean of the Seattle Culinary Department, emailed the department’s faculty, asking them not to respond to questions from the Seattle Collegian journalist, Alexa Villatoro, who’d been working on a…

    Harlow Poffenberger and Collegian Board and Staff 10/30/2020
  • Faced with the cold grasp of isolation during COVID-19’s infancy, Eroyn Franklin, a graphic design student at Seattle Central, turned to ceramics to reconnect with her loved ones. With devoted hands, she birthed phantasmagorical effigies…

    Harlow Poffenberger 10/30/2020
  • The 150 Day March was held to commemorate the 150 days since the first Seattle gatherings in protest of George Floyd’s May 25th murder and general police brutality were held on May 29th. This date…

    Jordan Somers 10/30/2020
  • Seattle Central College is located in the middle of Capitol Hill, right near Cal Anderson park. Long before the current U.S. presidency, it has been the site of many protests, rallies, drives, and other events.…

    Danny Barber 10/30/2020
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The Seattle Collegian

Administrators encourage faculty to avoid student journalist

On October 15, Katherine Kehrli, Associate Dean of the Seattle Culinary Department, emailed the department’s faculty, asking them not to respond to questions from the Seattle Collegian journalist, Alexa Villatoro, who’d been working on a…