Spend a Day Digging Clams at the Beach

Spring break is the perfect time to take a trip to the beach. Washington state is home to an entire coastline of open beaches and beach towns. The weather...

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Review: The SPSCC Motion Picture Company Recommends “Split” and “Westworld”

Split is a suspense film with a few surprisingly humorous characters. The plot line of this film centers around three kidnapped girls locked in a room by a single...

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Sassy Sarah advice column

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner folks and it’s time to be romantic-comedy level of emotions and gestures. You don’t need to go all out and take your...

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Bias Incident Reporting is Designed to Curb the Rise in Hate Crime

On Nov 30, Eileen Yoshina, director of diversity and equity, sent a campus wide message through canvas addressing the rise of hate crimes and bias incidents on campus. “Most...

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Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Counseling are Essential Lifesaving Services

Did you know that in 2016, Thurston County had the highest number of suicides in county history? Almost doubling the number of deaths by suicide in the last few...

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