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Posts published in April 2018

This Year’s May Day to Expose Immigration Injustices in Washington

This Tuesday marks the 19th annual May Day March in Seattle, organized by two local activist groups El Comité and the May 1st Action Coalition. The protest, which is held on International Workers’ Day, is a public manifestation of support for immigrant and workers’ rights. With thousands of people expected…

President of Seattle Central’s Phi Theta Kappa Recognized for his Commitment

Tomas Chatila, the president of Phi Theta Kappa at SCC, has received the International Distinguished Chapter Officer Hallmark Award at Phi Theta Kappa’s International Convention Conference, which was held in Kansas City,  MO on April 20, 2018. The criteria for receiving this award is solely based on the recipients’ demonstration…

Student Leaders Needed

Unity Fair is coming up and Spring Quarter is in full swing. That means it’s that time of the year again: Student Leadership will be looking for a new group of students with strong leadership and communication skills to serve on the boards for the continuing academic year. At the…

ASC Update: Changes to Student Leadership on the Horizon

As the Seattle Colleges move towards working as a unified district a College Integration Program has been proposed to merge the student governments in the three colleges. This process will involve modifying the constitutions and by-laws of the student governments so that each Associate Student Council (ASC) will function in…

The Eye of the Beholder

    “Yes, because that’s really what this whole multibillion-dollar industry is all about, isn’t it? Inner beauty.” –The Devil Wears Prada   Individuality and inclusivity have long been banners here at Seattle Central. Everyone is welcome here, and we are all seen as unique and talented, and afforded the…

Basquiat at the SAM

Last May, Yusaku Maezawa, a Japanese art collector, purchased Jean-Michel Basquiat’s “Untitled” (1982) for $110.5 million at Sotheby’s auction. Maezawa’s purchase made “Untitled” the most expensive piece of art ever sold at auction by an American. It also became the highest priced art by an African–American. It is sixth in…