Seattle Central’s 2022 Student Invitational Opening Reception proved to be an exciting celebration, where students came together to commemorate their artistic endeavors and inventiveness in the school’s M. Rosetta Hunter Gallery.
Sarah is the Arts & Culture Editor and a writer for the Seattle Collegian, as well as a student of Seattle Central College, and intends to pursue her MFA in Creative Writing once finished with her BA. She has a deep fascination, bordering on obsession, with all the many things that make us human and the conditions and complexities therein, and tends to lean into these in her writing. When not buried in text or staring at the blinding light of a word processor, Sarah is enjoying films, books, and video games, as well as exploring the beauty that Washington has to offer.
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, suicide attempts in adolescent females skyrocketed by 50%. It was almost 4% in young males. This is only one of the many reasons that 20-year-old artist and activist Clarissa Perez felt called to action. Chartering Joy&TheHood, a youth wellness collective whose goal is to mentor at-risk youth, Perez hopes to encourage mindfulness, confidence, and the means and methods to tell their stories.
The world has become both otherworldly and recognizable. Time crawls smugly by, moving and shaking, and I have forgotten how to measure it. I catch sight of myself in windows while I walk, and see that I am 30.
An annual celebration and acknowledgment of African American achievement and success, Black History Month — also known as African American History Month in the United States — takes place during the month of February. It…
Transferring to a 4-year institution comes with a slew of benefits. Increased job opportunities, specialized career preparation, more majors to choose from, and greater networking opportunities are just a few to name.
“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…
“How many times in life can we make decisions that are important but will not hurt anyone? Are we obligated- maybe we are- to say yes to any choice when no one will be hurt?…