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  • Seattle Colleges Unaffected By New Restrictions According to Governor Jay Inslee’s new coronavirus restrictions, indoor gatherings and spaces will be under new restrictions for a month, starting Monday, November 16. However, higher education will be…

    Collegian Board and Staff 03/03/2020
  • Seattle has been one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation for the last decade, with 360,000 new residents moving to the city between 2010 and 2020. The aptly named Seattle Central College has been…

    Harlow Poffenberger 11/28/2020
  • EDM (Every Day Marchers) organized a Car Brigade protest on November 22, 2020, honking horns outside the home of Seattle City Council Member Teressa Mosdueda, the day before she was scheduled to vote on the…

    Smile Tongkaw 11/27/2020
  • The 2020 version of the holiday season has arrived, and although the Black Friday doors remain open, the pandemic has been sure to shift both business strategies and consumer demand.  Major Thanksgiving Day retailers will…

    Jordan Somers 11/26/2020
  • As we close out 2020, staggering with exhaustion from the year-long onslaught of unexpected challenges, we now welcome a month-long challenge that lets us escape reality. For a large community of people, November is the…

    Alex Su 11/25/2020
  • On Wednesday, Nov. 18, a Seattle Colleges employee who tested positive for COVID-19 came into contact with a security officer at Seattle Central’s Broadway Edison building. Despite security protocol prohibiting anyone with COVID-19 from coming…

    Alexa Villatoro 11/24/2020
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The Seattle Collegian

College and district knew of positive Covid-19 case, still directed individual to come to campus

On Wednesday, Nov. 18, a Seattle Colleges employee who tested positive for COVID-19 came into contact with a security officer at Seattle Central’s Broadway Edison building. Despite security protocol prohibiting anyone with COVID-19 from coming…