Student Services and Activity Fee set to increase

The Student Services and Activities (SS&A) fee is set to increase by more than 18 percent, starting next fall.

The fee hike, unanimously approved by the Associated Student Government (ASG) Board on May 18, will see full-time students paying an extra $17.60 per quarter. However, the change won’t take effect until approved by SCC’s Board of Trustees.

News Briefs

Election Results Are In!
Ashley Cowan has been elected for her second term as President. Winston Lee has been elected as Recognized Student Organization (RSO) Officer. Chronos Chow has been elected as Communications Officer.

Queer Prom
7 p.m. — May 22, 2015
PUB building
There will be snack, drinks, dancing, and a photo booth! Open to queer students, allies, and the public. Tickets are $5 at the door.

Multi Cultural Week is approaching

by Stephanie Olsen
Editor in Chief

Is the sun setting on the Patriot Act?

Key provisions of the U.S. Patriot Act and the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act (IRTPA) are set to expire on June 1 unless Congress takes action to renew them.
These sunset provisions, or provisions with a limited lifetime within a law, were intended to expire four years after their introduction in 2001, but underwent several reauthorizations by congress.

Princess Angeline

The Duwamish tribe is not extinct. Raising awareness for their unrecognized status speaker Edie Loyer-Nelson, a Duwamish tribe member, spoke at a showing of the film "Princess Angeline." 75 students filled the Quiet Dining Room on Tuesday, April 21 to view the film that breaks down the history of Seattle's land and examines how European settlement affected both the land and the Duwamish people.

Extreme Makeover: Shoreline Edition

A year and a half of heated public debate came to a close last month as the city council put Shoreline’s potential new facelift into law.

Throughout the process of adopting the new ordinances, Shoreline’s citizens have turned out in droves at any opportunity for public comment regarding the NE 185 St. light rail station.



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