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  • This month Seattle Colleges International Programs is offering $5 tickets to all students of Seattle Colleges for the Seattle Mariners versus the Oakland Athletics on May 10, at 6:40 p.m., at T-Mobile Park. International Students from all three Seattle Colleges can request free tickets if they sign up by Friday, April 20. 

    Sophia Bruscato Thursday, April 18, 2024
  • Looking back on working as a student leader for a year, I have been ruminating over countless obstacles and enjoyable memories I made throughout last year. Being a college worker has taught me many lessons…

    Rio Takahashi Thursday, April 18, 2024
  • Part 1: Coming into Work The setting is a restaurant called Mamnoon, located in Capitol Hill, Seattle. It’s Valentine’s Day, one of the busiest days for service industry professionals. Max arrives first, 10-15 minutes early…

    Benjamin Walls Wednesday, April 17, 2024
  • One of the issues I am starting to run into as a music reviewer is being overwhelmed with new releases. I mean, hell, there are about three more album reviews I have lined up before…

    Kate Megathlin Tuesday, April 16, 2024
  • Earth Day, an annual reminder of our collective responsibility towards environmental protection and sustainability, is taking on a new dimension this year in Seattle. Our college and the wider community are not just reminding but…

    Danika Djuanda Tuesday, April 16, 2024
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Mariners College Night: Get Your Tickets!

This month Seattle Colleges International Programs is offering $5 tickets to all students of Seattle Colleges for the Seattle Mariners versus the Oakland Athletics on May 10, at 6:40 p.m., at T-Mobile Park. International Students from all three Seattle Colleges can request free tickets if they sign up by Friday, April 20. 

Celebrating Earth: Seattle Colleges and Community Offer a Full Month of Environmental Action

Earth Day, an annual reminder of our collective responsibility towards environmental protection and sustainability, is taking on a new dimension this year in Seattle. Our college and the wider community are not just reminding but…

Alumni Success Stories: In conversation with Central graduate and University of Washington transfer President’s Medalist, Tiffany-Ashton Gatsby

A lot of our fellow students are graduating this quarter. But quite often, we doubt ourselves and our capabilities and worry about where life will lead us. Here we sit down to speak with one…

2024 Seattle Central Student Invitational, art pop-ups, and more: learn how you, a Central student, can have your art exhibited on our walls

Located in the atrium, the M. Rosetta Hunter Art Gallery serves as a beacon of expression and engagement for Seattle Central’s community. Funded by the Student National Association (SNA), the gallery provides exposure to high-quality…

Reimagining Iconic Hues: M. Rosetta Hunter Gallery’s Spring Show “Pink, Unpacked”

On Thursday, March 14, Seattle Central’s art gallery hosted the opening reception for “Pink, Unpacked.” With over 60 pieces by Seattle Print Arts, the show explores personal meanings attached to the color, “Love it or…

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