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Future of the SCC Bookstore looks uncertain

Seattle Central College Bookstore, located across Seattle Central’s Broadway Edison Building, has been providing Seattle Central College students access to get textbooks more conveniently on campus for years. On February 4th, 2020, the Associated Student Council of Seattle Central (ASC) sent an email to students stating the forthcoming closure of…

Continuing Education classes remain on campus despite closures

Continuing Education classes on the Seattle Central Campus will finish out this week despite moving to mandatory on-line modalities for credited classes. Seattle Central offers a wide array of non-credit classes designed for working and older students. The classes are paid in full by the students and do not qualify…

Week in review 2/29/2020

There is more than one germ to cause a panic… If you hadn’t heard, there is a possible infectious disease outbreak in the Pacific Northwest. Mainly affecting your respiratory system, this bacteria has been known to spread quickly and kill many. I am talking about Tuberculosis, obviously, and thanks to…

A very queer health fair at SCC

On February 22nd, A Very Queer Health Fair was held in the MAC from 10 AM to 4 PM. It was founded by iDENTity, the UW School of Dentistry’s LGBTQTSIA+ Organization. The fair was an opportunity for the members of the queer community to gain insight into the many different…

Week in review

Quarantine… Earlier this week it was announced that the Washington State Patrol Fire Training Academy was chosen as a quarantine site for those entering the Seattle area from the Hubei Province in China. The quarantine is a mandatory 14 days if you are not showing symptoms. If you are, then…

Week in review 1/31/2020

Timber! A freshly constructed section from President Trump’s controversial wall collapsed along the border of Mexico and California on Wednesday, January 29. Wind gusts of up to 30 mph had been hitting the area when several metal panels collapsed onto a row of trees on the Mexican side of the…