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Blast from the Past- Disclaimer: These ads are not current

This issue’s Blast from the Past feature some retro ads from the ‘80s. The ads were run within the pages of The Ebbtide just like we do today. It’s funny to see what was marketed to students in a time where synthesizers and hair metal were popular and everyone wore acid washed jeans. Sometimes I wish I could go back…

SOFT SPOT- The Pomodoro Technique


Credited by The Pomodoro Technique®

Technology helps people work more efficiently and brings them together, but somehow, it be- comes a procrastination tool. People check their email and news feed while they work; students browse Facebook and Instagram while they study. All this technology is distracting but The Pomo- doro Technique could help.

Musical Auditions Seal the List in SCC's Upcoming Shows


Lee Ann Hittenburg and Teresa Thuman block a scene for Tutto Mozart.- PHOTO BY RANDY HATFIELD

Local Artist Bridges Gap between Motion and Static


PHOTO BY RANDY HATFIELD
"Bird Attack": a piece created by students using Kolbo's technique.

WA State celebrates Korean American day at SCC

On Jan. 13 1903 the first Korean immigrants landed in Honolulu to work on sugar farms and begin life in the U.S. Fast forward 111 years later and it lands on the WA State Korean American Day event hosted here at Shoreline Community College. Attendees gathered in the main dining hall to enjoy a meal of Bibimbap and Sikumchi Kuk and listen to guest speakers show their appreciation to the 130,000 Korean Americans that live in WA State.

SOFT SPOT: Kik

Sending text messages by your phone’s built in Short Message Service (SMS) isn’t the only way these days. With the advent of smartphones, there are many applications that allow users to send their texts, images, short videos, or voice messages to their friends.

Science!

To be able to pull off teaching art, instructors need to be constantly involved in the field they teach in. It’s no surprise that SCC’s music program is run by a list of talented musicians, many of whom still head out to music venues around the city to play shows in front of a live audience. Instructor Jim Elenteney teaches Audio Engineering, gives guitar lessons and leads the guitar ensemble on campus, but he is also in the band Science!, a rock band he and his high school buddy Justin Stang started a few years back.

Classic Stoner Jams to Get Your Bong Bubbling

Dec. 6 marks the one-year anniversary of Washington's brand new marijuana laws. In honor of this glorious occasion, here's a list of songs to make pot users schoolwide feel euphoric, significant and maybe even a little hungry.

Drawing Closer to Campus Vandalism


On a park bench, behind smoking shelters, underneath a garbage can. Graffiti can be found on campus despite the maintenance crew’s effort to wipe it away. The Ebbtide took the liberty of locating and exposing some of the work done by people who like to write their names in places it doesn’t belong.

A Frame-by-Frame of SCC’s Graphic Novel Art Gallery


Artichoke hats, recurring nightmares, bullying the boy they call Miss Piggy, and toothpaste spit have taken over Shoreline Community College’s 1000 building.

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