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Coffee riot: Vita news protest

    On September 6th, 2019, Caffe Vita’s now former manager Isaiah Washington sent out a company-wide email about employees handing out leftover food and coffee on shift to the homeless. The email discouraged this act and said that “feeding the homeless without comprehensive services actually enables, increases, and promotes homelessness.”…

SORC gearing up for a year of student involvement

SORC, or the Student Organization Resource Council, is one of several facets of student leadership here at Seattle Central.  Functioning as a middle-man between college facilities and student organizations, SORC reviews new club applications, funding requests and event proposals before approving them. Whether it’s planning a large event or tabling…

Reviews for the Seattle Collegian

If you’re familiar with the reviews that the Seattle Collegian has published until now, then you’ll notice that we’ve altered our formatting slightly — most importantly, we’re introducing a star rating format. This has been implemented to give readers (like you!) an easy understanding of our reviews from the get-go…

Top 10 Horror Films of All Time

Since the first horror film The Devil’s Castle in 1896 by silent film director Georges Melies, the horror genre has made a huge impact on pop culture, both in America and around the world. That being said, the word “horror” in terms of film genre wasn’t used until the 1930’s…

Seattle Arts & Lectures Comes To Central

This November, something new is coming to Seattle Central’s Broadway Performance Hall: Seattle Arts & Lecture (SAL), a nationally-known organizer of literary presentations and education programs, is bringing the 18th season of their Poetry Series to Central. Rebecca Hoogs, Associate Director of SAL and curator/manager of the Poetry Series says…

A Letter From The Editor

Hello gentle readers!  A brand-new academic year is in full swing here at Seattle Central, which I hope is treating all of you well thus far. To those of you just beginning your journey here at Central, I bid you a warm welcome. To those of you returning, welcome back.…

Through the Looking Glass

I believe that personal style is a dichotomous artform. If you choose to, you can uncover your psyche while covering your body. Clothing is both an armoring and a laying bare, a defense and a vulnerability, a liberation and a cage. It is an opportunity to break the rules while…

Local’s Guide to Vancouver

If you find yourself wanting a quick getaway but don’t much in the way of funds, there is a tempting option just a three hour drive away. Our friendly neighbour to the north has a beautiful, diverse, burgeoning city on the coast called Vancouver. Though, I am a little biased;…

Seattle Central’s Sustainability Story

Ten years ago, there were no compost bins at Seattle Central, greenhouse gas emissions from utility use weren’t being tracked and there was no such thing as the Sustainability Council. While individual students, faculty, and staff cared about the environment and made pursuits towards conservation, there was not one staff…