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Run, hide, fight

At a time in our nation’s history when mass shootings have become a near-weekly event, the “Run, Hide, Fight” triangle has reached the level of household mantra.  Essentially, when faced with an active shooter incident in a public place, work place, or school setting, public safety and security proponents maintain…

SCC Honor Society Alpha Chi Zeta unwavered by lack of support

The value which SCC’s honor society, the ALPHA CHI ZETA (ACZ) chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International (PTK), provides to the college is not being adequately supported. The contributions ACZ provides toward student development at the college are not fully acknowledged or celebrated. ACZ Officers are beginning the 2020 school…

Meet your official Student Government – The Associated Student Council

The Associated Student Council is “the official government of Seattle Central” according to the school’s website. Traditionally, a Student Council is elected by the student body in an open and democratic process, but here at Central the twelve-member board is hired through a “rigorous peer selection process” for each fall…

Communally active and far from bored, Seattle Central’s CAB

For as long as Seattle Central has existed, community has been an important element of the school’s foundation. Being in the middle of a historically pluralist neighborhood, bringing folks together from varying perspectives is crucial to bringing students together to learn from each other as well as from their classes.…