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Morgan’s Halloween horror movie list

I was raised by film nerds. High school English teaching, music playing, hippie film nerds. So when, at the age of eight, I thought I was being rebellious by saying I wanted to watch horror movies, my mother devised an age-appropriate viewing schedule. I was shown King Kong, silent films,…

Exhibit: On my head. In my heart.

On My Head. In My Heart, is the current installation of the M. Rosetta Hunter Art Gallery located in 2BE2116, just across from the Atrium Cafeteria in the main Broadway Edison building. The opening reception took place on the evening of September 26, with the installation slated to be open…

Seattle needs rent control

While there’s a demand for housing in Seattle, there are few resources for rent subsidy within student groups, and rent is quickly rising. As one of the fastest growing cities in America, Seattle has undergone a drastic increase in the price of rent as more and more people are living…

Downtown rally supports Rojava

On Sunday, October 13th, 300-400 people gathered in downtown Seattle’s Westlake Plaza in a show of solidarity for the region of Kurdistan in only the most recent development of events in the shell-shocked region of north-eastern Syria. The rally was organized on Facebook by Rojava & Kurdish Solidarity Seattle and…

Conversations on social issues: MMIW

The most recent COSI event on Thursday, October 10th, welcomed Chelsea Hendrickson (an enrolled member of the Northern Arapaho and Cup’iq people) as well as several guest speakers to lead the discussion on the epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) in Canada and the US. Awareness of the…

Get connected with Information Central

If you stumble around the halls of Seattle Central long enough, you will likely find yourself in need of the services at Information Central. It has become a destination for guidance by new and old students alike. Information Central is the school’s main help desk, located in BE1105. It’s just…

Keeping Harvard Garage safe and clean

Harvard garage has for years acted as a safe place for students to park near campus. The transportation department oversees this garage and this quarter has implemented a state-funded security team for more surveillance. The Director of Auxiliary Services, Jeff Keever, was willing to discuss some of these changes and…