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Posts published by “Sophia Bruscato”

Sophia is an internationally published author with her book Primeira Pessoa, as well as a young classical singer. Born and raised in Brazil, music, writing, and Astronomy are her greatest passions. She believes the greatest role of a writer is to bring forth the truth, the honesty, and the humanity that echoes within each one of us. Journalism, while Art, is for her a portrait of the fraternity of the Earth. At the moment, she works for both The Seattle Collegian and the M. Rosetta Hunter Art Gallery, while completing her AA degree with a focus on Anthropology & English.

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. 

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…

Navigating the Global Campus: Evan Franulovich’s International Programs podcast “Conversations with!”

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be an international student in the United States? Perhaps you’re considering making the leap yourself. If so, Evan Franulovich’s podcast is a resource offering various perspectives on…

OP-ED: How listening to happy music helped me through my depression, and why I think it’ll help you too

In the last couple years of middle school, I had just discovered the wonders of wearing headphones at all times. As I became an older teenager, I switched from my obsession with Katy Perry to…

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