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Posts published by “Danika Djuanda”

Born and raised in the lively ambiance of Jakarta, Danika is a burgeoning storyteller. Now, nestled in Seattle’s rain-soaked embrace, she refines her craft as an editor and writer at the Seattle Collegian while pursuing her AA degree. With every keystroke, she senses anticipation, understanding that her words could unveil hidden stories and amplify unheard voices. Danika’s mission transcends reporting; it is about infusing vitality into narratives that spark change and resonate with the world, leaving an enduring impact.

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…

Capitol Hill Rally For International Working Women’s Day: Advocating Intersectional Feminism, Indigenous Rights, Palestinian Liberation, and Global Solidarity

On March 8, activists and feminists rallied to commemorate International Women’s Day. Spearheaded by the International Working Women’s Day Coalition, this event transcended geographical boundaries, amplifying voices and advocating for global liberation struggles, with an…

A Safe Space of Support: Inside Seattle Central College’s Counseling Center

Imagine Seattle Central College as a living organism, each department an essential organ ensuring the institution’s overall welfare. In our intricate ecosystem of higher education, the Counseling Center regulates the student body’s emotional and mental…

From campus to the capitol: Seattle Central College Advocacy Day calls for legislative action to support student welfare

There is power in bringing individual voices to places of influence. This is evident in a recent effort to shift legislative discussions to encompass personal struggles, goals, and pleas for change. On Jan. 25, students…

Surveys on Class Modality Preferences Aid English Faculty in Setting Students Up for Success

In the ever-evolving landscape of higher education, adapting to the needs and preferences of both faculty and students is crucial to fostering effective learning environments. Early this quarter, the English department at Seattle Central conducted…

Central’s Progressive Student Union: advocating, educating, and resisting for Palestine and beyond

In the dynamic corridors of our community college, a movement is underway — one that endeavors to amplify voices, question established norms, and foster dialogues on urgent global concerns. The Progressive Student Union, an initiative…

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