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June 16, 2019


Left, Astro Pittman, Right, Tiffany-Ashton Gatsby - Sitting in front of group discussing LGBTQ issues

Recent COSI talk focuses on non-binary issues on campus

On Thursday, May 30th, a Conversation on Social Issues (COSI) discussion on “Living in a Non-Binary World: LGBTQIA Issues on Campus” took place in the library of Seattle Central. The lecture series discussion, hosted by Vice-President and President of the SCC Queer Cooperative, Tiffany-Ashton Gatsby and Astro Pittman, respectively. Gatsby and Pittman are both editors

A new way to get to your favorite hiking spots

Feeling detached from nature lately, but don’t have a car and a way to get out to the mountains? King county metro has introduced a new service called Trailhead Direct available this summer that will pick you up at a predetermined bus stop and drop you off at different trailheads depending on the route. One

Lunacy trumps funny in Lilley’s Netflix effort (Review …

2 STARS OUT OF 5 (Want to know exactly what our star ratings mean? Check out our explanations here.) Lunatics is a 10-episode series that was released on Netflix on April 19th, created by and starring Australian actor and comedian Chris Lilley. While it has its moments, overall it’s not particularly cohesive and it doesn’t


Far south within the depths of the Sea-tac Double Tree, something creepy stirred. Hooded figures, macabre silhouettes, and spooks of all kinds came out to partake in this gathering. They rode in on gothic rat rods, hearses, and of course public transportation. Crypticon has come and gone once more! Crypticon is the biggest horror convention

Avengers: Endgame is a cinematic masterpiece! – 5/5

5 STARS OUT OF 5 (Want to know exactly what our star ratings mean? Check out our explanations here.) The movie Avengers: Endgame is the best culmination there could be for the 22 movies and 2871 minutes of Marvel-ous entertainment that make up Marvel’s phases 1-3. Starting when Iron Man graced the silver screen back in

Kitchen Session @ Seattle Art Museum

On Friday April 26th, 2019, the Seattle Art Museum hosted Kitchen Sessions, a forum and showcase highlighting black femmes and non-binary artists. The event began with performances in poetry, music, and interpretive expression, to conclude with a discussion between performers and a diverse audience of community members. In celebration of “Jeffrey Gibson: Like a Hammer,”

Marina’s Love and Fear (Album Review) – 4.5/5

4.5 OUT OF 5 STARS (Want to know what exactly our star ratings mean? Check out our explanations here) MARINA, otherwise known as Marina Diamandis and by her former stage name Marina and The Diamonds, has been charming fans with her bubblegum pop beats and dark lyrics since her first LP, 2010s The Family Jewels.

Nerding Out at Sakura-Con

Perhaps this weekend while wandering around downtown, sightings of people in strange costumes occurred. What could the cause of this oddity be? A rift in the space/time continuum leading to another dimension? Seems unlikely, after all it still looks like Seattle, rain and all. Perhaps it’s Halloween? Whoops, still April, can’t be that. Perhaps it’s

Dining on the Hill: Restaurant reviews

Need to find a new lunch spot that offers affordability, convenience and flavor? Here at The Seattle Collegian, we’ve got you covered! These restaurants are recommended for not only their proximity to Central Campus, but also for their yum factor and relatively low prices. If you’re in need of some flavorful cuisine close to your

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