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Crypticon!

Far south within the depths of the Sea-tac Double Tree, something creepy stirred. Hooded figures, macabre silhouettes, and spooks of all kinds came out to partake in this gathering. They rode in on gothic rat rods, hearses, and of course public transportation. Crypticon has come and gone once more! Crypticon…

Apathy of the student body

The recent course cancellations came as a shock to most of my classmates. I saw students scrambling to try and find courses to replace those that they had already registered for, while some students had to leave Central and enroll in other programs. Others students decided to take a quarter…

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…

Books to Prisoners: Action is Still Needed

Theft of Knowledge on Unfounded Contraband Concern: The benefits of education in a correctional facility can be an essential tool for a convict to successfully re-assimilate to a life beyond bars. Books to Prisoners is a non-profit organization that since 1973 has provided the service implied by their name- putting…

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…

Kitchen Session @ Seattle Art Museum

On Friday April 26th, 2019, the Seattle Art Museum hosted Kitchen Sessions, a forum and showcase highlighting black femmes and non-binary artists. The event began with performances in poetry, music, and interpretive expression, to conclude with a discussion between performers and a diverse audience of community members. In celebration of…

Extended Warning: The ROC Walkout (Video)

On April 16th, Seattle Central college faculty, staff, and students all took part in the ROC Walk Out. North and South Seattle Colleges also participated. ROC stands for ReInvest in Our Colleges, and it was sponsored by the American Federation of Teachers (AFT). At the Seattle Central campus, our very…