Inaugural Indigenous Students' Summit


The first ever Indigenous Students’ Summit gathered students and non­students in the PUB
dining hall on Saturday to identify and address the problems faced by native students and
discuss potential solutions.
Though the event was originally intended for students with tribal affiliations, it attracted people of
varied cultural backgrounds. Almost everyone contributed a story that provided their own
perspective on the question “what is your medicine?”

Public displays of affection through the eyes of SCC staff and students

A kiss, a hug, a held hand. These acts of affection are seen in many places around campus –
and according to a quick informal survey held on campus by the Ebbtide, most people are OK
with it... up to a point.
At SCC, many people are fine with Public Displays of Affection (PDA), as long as it does not
go beyond handholding, quick hugs, and kisses goodbye. However, some people around
campus view PDA a bit differently. Among them: a barista, a student, a librarian, and an
instructor.

Release the music inside: the key to finding a more musical education

For those who are newcomers or who just want to pick up their old band instrument again,
SCC’s music department doesn’t discriminate against major. Of the many ensembles that free
for anyone to audition for, below are three groups worth checking out.

Local production company shoots film on campus

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