[News]

New Leader Takes Over as SBA President

Former Minister of Social Justice Nick Begley is now student body president. Michelle Wu stepped down from her position as student body president last week. Begley is bringing a different style of leadership to the student body as displayed in a recent parliament meeting that he chaired for the first time.

SCC Crime Blotter

Incident Type: Disturbance
Incident Type: Suspicious Circumstance
Incident Type: Theft

Accessibility a handicap for music building


Inaccessible: The 800 building lacks the infrastructure to properly cater to students with disabilities.
PHOTO BY RANDY HATFIELD

News Briefs

Garage sale at SCC

Bird behavior art exhibit soon at SCC gallery

SCC band will be performing “Classy Classics”

SCC Crime Blotter

Incident Type: Disturbance
A physical altercation occurred on Feb. 20 in the parking lot east of the 3000 building.

Incident Type: Theft
A desktop computer was stolen on Feb. 15 from SCC.

Incident Type: Damage
A window was found damaged on Feb. 14 in the PUB’s main dining room.

Incident Type: Informational
A student made an offensive statement on Feb. 24 in the 2100 building.

'Pay It Forward' could Provide a New Way to Pay for College

A new bill in the Washington State legislature could provide a way for students to pay for college without upfront costs.

Gifts of Black Panther Movement Still at Hand Today


PHOTO BY RANDY HATFIELD
Aaron Dixon speaking to the attendees of the reading in the Quiet Dining Room.

Woodland Amphitheater could See Restoration


PHOTO BY RANDY HATFIELD
What's left of the amphitheater is overgrown and moss covered.

State Math Requirement Changed for Transfer Degree

Math haters: good news! If you started in Math 80, you used to have to take two math classes to get into a college-level math class. Now you’ll only need to take one class – if you’re not planning on going on to the calculus sequence at SCC.

SCC will no longer offer Math 80 and it has been replaced this quarter by Math 98 which means students no longer need to take Math 99 to gain entry into a quantitative/symbolic reasoning (QSR) class such as Math 107, Math 146 and Philosophy 120. Students need to fulfill five credits of QSR in order to complete their degree.

News Briefs

Return of the Black Student Union
Ceramics exhibit hits SSC gallery
The opera is here!
Life improvement workshops on campus

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