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A Letter From the Editor

To our readers, School’s out for summer! Unless, of course, you, like the Seattle Collegian, are participating in summer quarter. In either case, the values and ideals of Seattle Central College – inclusivity, diversity, integrity and education – remain salient. In the name of those values, the Collegian remains committed…

Keep to the Right

I do a lot of walking.  After bussing downtown, I walk about a mile to school each day, but the vast majority of the walking I do is in and around campus.  My classes are often in various disparate locations, and it is not uncommon for me to have to…

May Day was Fun, Now Let’s Get Back to Business as Usual

Yesterday huge groups of Seattleites got out there in support of immigrant’s human rights and the protection of employees, especially those from underrepresented and vulnerable populations. Businesses boarded up and clamped down on their doors early in fear of minor property damage. Perhaps due to the legacy of WTO, Seattle…

A Letter from the Editor

To our readers, Student journalism has returned to Seattle Central College. Johnny Horton, English instructor and our faculty advisor, hired a board of editors at the end of fall quarter. Winter quarter, we hired a web team headed by student Emilio Chavez to design our initial web platform while we…

Sustainability Practices: Seattle Central to Install Solar Panels

Note from the editor: Rebecca Barbanell is a Seattle Central student interning with the District Sustainability Office. She will be writing a regular column for the Seattle Collegian about efforts the school is undertaking to become more sustainable. Barbanell says she is here to “promote and stand by sustainability practices…