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The Seattle Collegian

High School Inequality in Seattle

Seattle Public Schools operates 18 High Schools all over the city, ranging all the way from Chief Sealth in Southern West Seattle to Nathan Hale in Northern Seattle. With over 25,000 public high school students, 18 schools should be sufficient enough to educate these young minds and provide them with…

Unity Fair – a waste of school funds?

On May 23rd, Seattle Central College hosted Unity Fair, a celebration of diversity featuring many of the student clubs and organizations on campus. The event featured musical performers, a rock climbing wall, and food served by several different clubs on campus. The school fully funded the event, and it was…

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;…

Capitol Hill Summer Safety Meeting

On May 14th, Elliott Bay Books, in connection with the Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council, hosted a safety meeting regarding recent spikes in crime in the neighborhood. Egan Orion, executive director of the Capitol Hill Council, helped organize the meeting with local business owners, law enforcement, and city of Seattle planners.…