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OP-ED: Female competitiveness in male-dominated fields: why do we try to one-up each other to find success?

As a woman pursuing an engineering degree, I feel threatened when there’s another woman in the room. It’s not that I don’t want her to succeed; I want all women to succeed, but I wish…

The Broadway Edison building used to be open to students on the weekends, now it isn’t

The Broadway Edison building is the hub for Seattle Central College. The sprawling five-story building is the base of operations for many student services and administrative offices as well as the various arts, humanities, and…

A Safe Space of Support: Inside Seattle Central College’s Counseling Center

Imagine Seattle Central College as a living organism, each department an essential organ ensuring the institution’s overall welfare. In our intricate ecosystem of higher education, the Counseling Center regulates the student body’s emotional and mental…

OP-ED: Did Our Minimum Wage “Rise”? Washington State Cities Dominates Top 3 Positions with Highest Minimum Wage in the Country

Washington has once again been determined as the state with the highest minimum wage in 2024, with a wage rate of $16.28 per hour, maintaining its position for three consecutive years since 2021. Over the…

From campus to the capitol: Seattle Central College Advocacy Day calls for legislative action to support student welfare

There is power in bringing individual voices to places of influence. This is evident in a recent effort to shift legislative discussions to encompass personal struggles, goals, and pleas for change. On Jan. 25, students…

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