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Keeping Harvard Garage safe and clean

Harvard garage has for years acted as a safe place for students to park near campus. The transportation department oversees this garage and this quarter has implemented a state-funded security team for more surveillance. The Director of Auxiliary Services, Jeff Keever, was willing to discuss some of these changes and…

Monorail soon accepting ORCA cards

In 1962, the Seattle Monorail, built for the World’s Fair in Seattle was considered to be the future of transportation for crowded cities. Monorail systems can whisk passengers through town without interfering with street traffic or installing massive tunnels. There has been an ongoing debate in Seattle as to whether…

Abortion law update

Over the past several months, multiple states have been quietly drafting bills and rewriting laws, several of which have only become public knowledge in the past few weeks. There is so much information coming in at once, with cases that will likely culminate at the United States Supreme Court. These…

Walkout brings success, but now what?

The April 16th walkout to “[Re]invest in our colleges” at all Seattle Colleges institutions may be over, but for many their fight for funding has just begun. At 8:30 am on Tuesday, April 16, Seattle Colleges walked out. At Seattle Central College (SCC) it wasn’t massive, at least at first;…

Remembering John Singleton

On Monday April 29, 2019 the film industry lost one of its greatest filmmakers, John Singleton. Singleton graduated from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts in 1990, and wrote and directed his first feature which was released the following year. The film was a huge success, and earned Singleton his first…

May Day 2019: El Comité marches

May 1, 2019 saw the annual El Comité Immigrant and Workers’ rights march return for its 20th year. A large crowd of indigenous and immigrant dancers, protesters, and spectators, shadowed by an equally large crowd of police officers, weaved through the streets of Capitol Hill and Downtown, eventually congregating at…