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  • The pandemic has taken many favorite Seattle spots, including countless local restaurants, retailers, movie theaters, and art venues. A public forum held on January 12 left faculty, staff, and students wondering if Seattle Central College…

    Juan Miguel Jocom 01/21/2022
  • “I had become a devotee to a religion of my own creation. Its most integral ritual was maintaining a precise calm especially when angry, when hurt, when terrified.” Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, Friday Black I wish…

    Sarah Wheeler 01/15/2022
  • It is no news that Seattle is known for its coffee. As the birthplace of Starbucks, the city has gained a reputation for harboring a prominent coffee culture. The multitude of amazing cafes allows everyone,…

    Mo Dulitz 01/03/2022
  • The holiday season can be a difficult time for many. Individuals may find themselves mentally disconnected from the joy associated with the festivities of December due to a number of reasons: family tension, loss of…

    Mo Dulitz 12/25/2021
  • Our gut is an intricate web of various kinds of microorganisms — bacteria, fungi, and other living creatures that are collectively known as gut flora. It sounds a bit intimidating to think of the trillions…

    Chin-Erdene Gantulga 12/15/2021
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The Seattle Collegian

Enrollment trends at community and technical colleges reflect a need for equity

Washington state community and technical colleges are continuing to face precipitous enrollment declines this year, part of a national trend, despite a return to in-person learning and incremental pandemic relief.  To target downward enrollment trends,…

COSI: Beyond Individualism, Towards Solidarity: The Limits of Identity Politics in Antiracist Activism

On Thursday, Dec. 2, the Seattle Central College Library hosted the last Conversations on Social Issues (COSI) session of the quarter. Central humanities professors Anna Hackman, Ph.D., and Vero Barrera-Kolb presented on the limits of…

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