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  • New Case of Coronavirus at SCC On Thursday, December 10th, the college sent out an email about a new student case of COVID-19: “Today we received notice that a student attending an in-person program at…

    Collegian Board and Staff 03/03/2020
  • 2021 has arrived, and with this new year comes a heightened sensitivity and alertness to all that had transpired throughout 2020.  A new year tends to summon a newfound hope, resolution, and commitment to instilling…

    Jordan Somers 01/17/2021
  • by Sondra Wilson Recently I joined a local transgender support group, hoping to connect with people who have similar goals, challenges, trauma, and experiences. What I did not realize when joining, however, is that there…

    Sondra Wilson 01/12/2021
  • 2020 may have been a hellacious shitshow in many respects, but by this same token it was also a groundbreaking, life-changing, polarizing, volatile and revolutionary one. Many people have never experienced so much unrest and…

    Jordan Somers 01/10/2021
  • At about 1 PM Eastern Time — or 10 AM Pacific Time — on Jan. 6, hundreds of President Trump supporters broke through the security surrounding the U.S. Capitol Building and laid siege to the…

    Danny Barber 01/08/2021
  • Okay, so let’s face it, 2020 majorly sucked for just about all of us. We here at the Collegian have the greatest hopes that 2021 will be a drastic improvement, but we still harbor a…

    Collegian Board and Staff 01/06/2021
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The Seattle Collegian

Occupants at Cal Anderson brace for sweep, advocate for permanent housing

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Awaiting an imminent sweep of houseless occupants residing in Cal Anderson park, homeless advocates who claim they are “here to advocate for people who are unsheltered” in King County, and particularly Seattle held a press…