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Community comemorates 26th Annual World AIDs Day

Community comemorates 26th Annual World AIDs Day

| December 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Dec. 1 marked the 26th annual World AIDS Day. Locally, an event was held in Sylvester park by the Pierce County AIDS Foundation. The day is sponsored by the Pride Foundation, Walgreens, and Trusteed Plans Service Corporation. Pierce County Aids Foundation Jill Rose wrote about the purpose of World AIDS day in the foundations press [...]

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Holiday performances open the winter season

Holiday performances open the winter season

| December 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

As the holidays approach, the greater Olympia area presents many seasonal performances. The college’s new orchestra, led by Chip Schooler, just started rehearsing in September. Schooler explained that SPSCC “has never had a group like this. . . It’s a pretty cool thing to see this group of 70 musicians on stage playing where there [...]

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Recently deceased representative re-elected

Recently deceased representative re-elected

| December 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

An average midterm election race turned abnormal this November, when the winning candidate died before election day. In November’s midterm election, Democrat Roger Freeman was reelected to the Washington State House of Representatives. Freeman had represented District 30 in the previous legislative session, and was reelected with 53% of the vote. There was only one [...]

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Community comemorates 26th Annual World AIDs Day

Community comemorates 26th Annual World AIDs Day

| December 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Dec. 1 marked the 26th annual World AIDS Day. Locally, an event was held in Sylvester park by the Pierce County AIDS Foundation. The day is sponsored by the Pride Foundation, Walgreens, and Trusteed Plans Service Corporation. Pierce County Aids Foundation Jill Rose wrote about the purpose of World AIDS day in the foundations press [...]

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“Allies for Inclusion: The Ability Exhibit” brings awareness to campus

“Allies for Inclusion: The Ability Exhibit” brings awareness to campus

| November 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

In honor of Disability History Month, the Center for Student Success welcomed the “Allies for Inclusion: the Abilities Exhibit” into its main hallway from Oct. 29 – 31. According to the Allies for Inclusion website, Anne Marie Carroll, a graduate from Saint Louis University, did a project on raising public awareness of disabilities. This inspired [...]

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Casablanca Review

Casablanca Review

| December 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Casablanca is the classic story of two souls in love who could never be together. Taking place in – if you hand’t guessed already – Casablanca, 1941. Rick and Lisa’s paths cross after being separated from each other in Paris. As always, trouble ensue shortly after. Now, I won’t give away any of the major [...]

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Casablanca Review

Casablanca Review

| December 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

The black and white anti-Nazi propaganda picture is quintessential of the decade it was made in. The plot intertwines then-current political conflict concepts with a timeless melodramatic love triangle that makes this film both historical and classic. An audience well-versed in 1940s history will be the most likely to catch the frequent, subdued double entendres [...]

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Casablanca Review

Casablanca Review

| December 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

To the untrained eye, Casablanca is a classic love story, often considered one of the greatest American films of all time. Rightfully so, the film is a love story that was so popular it generated cliché terms, such as “Here’s lookin at you, kid” and “Play it again, Sam” (though Ilsa really says, “Play it [...]

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