Controversial GED Reform Raises the Stakes

For some students, completing high school isn’t an option for a variety of personal circumstances that may come up in life. The General Education Development test, or GED, has always been an option to move forward, but recent changes in the educational system have made this seem like more of a road block than a pathway.

Riding Shotgun With Shoreline Speed Demon

It's not every college campus that has a female NASCAR driver among its ranks. Molly Helmuth is a Shoreline Community College student and a race car driver.

Creativity Guides Social Justice at End of Quarter

In an alternate reality, everyone would know how to transform oppression. Michelle Kleisath’s Multicultural Studies 105 class plans on painting that very picture for their final project by rewriting old Ebbtide articles from a new perspective.

Critters Run Wild on SCC’s Campus

Paws and claws rustle in the foliage. You look and nothing is there. Little eyes are watching warily, or ignoring you. Other species are among you, humans. Critters of all sorts live here at Shoreline Community College.

The campus is expansive and adjoins two large public parks - Boeing Creek and Shoreview - providing a sizable habitat for urban wildlife. The groundskeepers of SCC have opportunities to observe animals as they work on every part of the property.




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