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Posts published in May 2018

PTK Appoints Next Year’s Officers

Phi Theta Kappa’s chapter at SCC has officially announced its new officers for the academic year of 2018 to 2019. This announcement was made during the PTK meeting on May 25, 2018. There were several members and non-member who attended the meeting and extended their congratulations to the newly appointed…

Seattle Central Celebrates Unity Fair

Yesterday Unity Fair, the largest annual event hosted by Student Leadership, filled the South Plaza of the BE Building with students and the public of Capitol Hill. Unity Fair achieved its goal bringing the college’s diverse clubs and organizations together. A stage with a DJ, mics, keyboards and a drum…

Project 42 at the SAM

From April 21st to August 5th, the Seattle Art Museum will be running an exhibition of Jono Vaughan’s multidisciplinary work Project 42. Vaughan seeks to depict the impact of violence on transgender people and at the same time, memorialize their lives and provoke discussion as well as attention. Based on…

The Rich History of Capitol Hill

Who are the elites of Capitol Hill? Most people who set foot on Capitol Hill are the elites; we make the heart of this place pump life into the streets here. People move through the streets of the neighborhood as blood does through veins, supporting life with its energy. I…

Unity Fair Seeks Volunteers and Participants

Seattle Central’s College Activities Board has been ramping up preparations for the college’s annual celebration of student participation and diversity. This year’s Unity Fair will be held on May 24 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Unity Fair is a collaborative project made possible by the Associated Student Council and…

Professor Frustrated With Lack of Security for $30,000 Collection

Pete Knutson is tired of having the school’s $30,000 anthropology collection meddled with and is frustrated with the school’s administration for its lack of action. “This is probably one of the best anthropology fossil collections of any community college anywhere in the state,” the anthropology professor said. “I just want…

Teen Arts + Opportunity Fair

On May 6 at Washington Hall there was a visual and performance art show by teens and for teens. From 1 – 4 p.m. visual art and printed poetry was on display on the balcony; the main level had the opportunity fair, crafts and food, as well as pop-up live…