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Study Abroad strengthens resumes for globalized world

Study Abroad strengthens resumes for globalized world

| November 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Ever thought about studying in another country? Want to improve your marketability in a globalized world?  SPSCC has just the thing for you with its ‘Study Abroad’ program. Sherrie Buendel, the Study Abroad advisor, emphasized the benefits of the program. Among them was developing skills highly sought after by today’s globalized employers. According to the [...]

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“Untitled”, a play inspired by lack of funding, premieres this month

“Untitled”, a play inspired by lack of funding, premieres this month

| November 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Mark Twain, once asked for writing advice, said, “Write what you know.” Directors Ikaika Ortiz and Andy Brown took that to heart as they are directing an original play to be presented at SPSCC. Ortiz explained that the funding for the drama department’s quarterly production came from the funds for an evening acting class. With [...]

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Community

Initiative 591 fails to pass, Initiative 594 succeeds

Initiative 591 fails to pass, Initiative 594 succeeds

| November 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

People all over the nation voted in the midterm elections on Nov. 4. In Washington, several groundbreaking gun laws dominated the ballot. Possibly the most controversial piece of legislature in Washington’s midterm was Initiative 594, which, according to the Washington State voters’ guide, would “apply currently used criminal and public safety background checks by licensed [...]

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Student publishes collection of original poetry

Student publishes collection of original poetry

| November 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Alex Puckett is a second year SPSCC English student with high aspirations. In his four years of writing poetry he has read at numerous open microphone events, performed for famous poet Nikki Giovanni, and now has published a book of his poems. Alex is passionate about poetry. “My goal is to Inspire the world with [...]

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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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Corrections: November 4, 2014

Corrections: November 4, 2014

| November 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Sounds Newspaper is dedicated to providing fair and accurate information to its readers. If you find misinformation or errors printed in The Sounds Newspaper, you can bring it to the staff’s attention by emailing us at corrections@thesoundsnews.com. If there are more concerns, you can reach the editor-in-chief at editor@thesoundsnews.com Front Page A clarification on the [...]

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Beyond numbers: looking at the validity of the SATs

Beyond numbers: looking at the validity of the SATs

| November 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Any hopeful transfer student or freshman hoping to be accepted into a four-year school knows about the Scholastic Aptitude Test: It’s the most widely taken standardized test on the West Coast and is required by nearly every university to be considered for acceptance. What is the SAT supposed to measure? According to College Board, the [...]

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Study Abroad strengthens resumes for globalized world

Study Abroad strengthens resumes for globalized world

| November 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Ever thought about studying in another country? Want to improve your marketability in a globalized world?  SPSCC has just the thing for you with its ‘Study Abroad’ program. Sherrie Buendel, the Study Abroad advisor, emphasized the benefits of the program. Among them was developing skills highly sought after by today’s globalized employers. According to the [...]

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