[Opinion]

The battle of online dating: the good, the bad and the creepy/ NO

The battle of online dating: the good, the bad and the creepy
The fun is in getting to know someone

Online dating. It’s easy, quick, and gives instant gratification, just like a one night stand. The only difference between the two, well besides the sex, is that the “getting to know each other” part already happened by reading that person’s profile.

Battle of Parking Never Ends for Students Here at SCC

It’s 9:10 a.m., class starts in 20 minutes and instead of arriving to class early, you have to spend this extra time just to find a parking space. Driving around the parking lot, trying to beat others to the next open space is frustrating, especially when you keep having to drive past multiple open spaces that are for faculty only.

A Clash of Texts, Digital or Tangible?- Digital: Think Outside the Books

As we become more dependent on technology, people are faced with a choice: which is better, a physical copy of something or its digital counterpart? From a college student’s standpoint, two Ebbtide editors are going head-to-head to discuss the issue pertaining to old fashioned text books versus new-age electronic books.

A Clash of Texts, Digital or Tangible?- Textbooks: Just a Convenient Myth for the Over-Tech

As we become more dependent on technology, people are faced with a choice: which is better, a physical copy of something or its digital counterpart? From a college student’s standpoint, two Ebbtide editors are going head-to-head to discuss the issue pertaining to old fashioned text books versus new-age electronic books.

The Dung Twig Cometh: Weird Christmas Traditions

Christmas is around the corner, and soon many families will be practicing age-old holiday traditions in their households — but why? Why do we kiss under a poisonous plant that’s hung from the ceiling? Why do we decorate evergreen trees that are brought into the house? What the hell is a yule log and do people even still use them?

The origins of these traditions have dated even before Christianity itself, and some are just plain weird.

Mistletoe

Math on WebAssign?- Ineffective and Time Consuming


ILLUSTRATION BY TAWNIE WETZSTEON

I struggled with my math homework while the clock was ticking down and I still did not get all my answers right. Students who are taking a math class are familiar with the feeling of frustration when doing homework on “Enhanced WebAssign” — a web-based homework system.

Take Your Smoke and Shove it


ILLUSTRATION BY RANDY HATFIELD

You think you're safe here at school but in reality you're not. You can try, but you just can't avoid that grey lingering smoke from cigarettes. Everyone here on campus knows that distinct smell saturating your clothes … penetrating your senses.

Dear Ebby

Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places

The Internet is freakin’ weird, and even more weird when you think of all the bizarre dating websites that have popped up over the years. Dating websites are used so that single folks can find other single folks with similar interests, and occasionally they prove to be beneficial and create lasting relationships. Add a sentence like: Here are a few reviews of websites.

Needs a Header

Why doesn’t Shoreline have a fitness center open to all students? As a student here at Shoreline I am not able to use the school gym and neither can you unless you sign up for P.E. credit.

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