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The Seattle Collegian

Introducing Starfish: No, not the sea creature.

Starting May 1st of this year, Seattle Community Colleges, including Seattle Vocational Institute, welcomed a new advising tool into their arsenal: Starfish. The software opens many new doors for student-instructor-advisor interaction, and is meant to be a strong backbone for extended student support in the community. At Seattle Central, parts…

Remembering Osei Bonsu

On September 8, 2019, longtime faculty member of SCC’s Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences division Osei Bonsu passed away. Bonsu, who had been at Central since 2006, taught political science and humanities classes, as well as teaching in Seattle Central’s Bachelor of Applied Science program. There will be a…

Haunted Performance Hall: The Ghosts of an Oppressive Past

Broadway Performance Hall and Erickson Theater have existed as public arts spaces on campus since the start of Seattle Colleges in 1970. The theater has been a community arts space dedicated to an inclusive variety of performances through an assortment of owners and subcontractors, including current stage manager Darrell Jamieson.…

Week in review

Welcome to a new weekly Friday addition to the Collegian repertoire. Our Week in Review will give you snapshot looks at some of the biggest, and maybe the most underrated stories of the week. International news, national headlines and local tidbits boiled down by our own Managing Editor, Lena Mercer,…

COSI: A focus on the immigrant and refugee students at Central

This past week on Thursday, October 18, a discussion -part of the Conversations on Social Issues (COSI) series- was held in room A of the Seattle Central Library. This talk focused on the stories of immigrants and refugees coming to The United States and their experiences with the feelings, challenges,…

Fresh Tangerine Heist

In the early morning hours of October 10th, an estimated $51,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from a local handmade jewelry shop at their Capitol Hill location in a heist. The shop known as “Fresh Tangerine” has two locations; one in Capitol Hill, in the OddFellows building to the left…