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PACE Services Breaking Down Barriers

July 14, 2014 3:55 PM
PACE Services Breaking Down Barriers

By:  Jeremy Logan For students with disabilities or barriers to employment, PACE (People Accessing Careers and Education) is the place for integration. Ever wonder what the Log cabin across the street from the main campus is? Well that is PACE-SEER, a program developed by two women whose intent was only […]

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Biology students visit the Pacific Ocean for annual three day field trip

June 5, 2014 11:13 PM
Biology students visit the Pacific Ocean for annual three day field trip

Caroline Rhoads The Communicator This spring, Students and teachers spent three nights sleeping outdoors at Camp Ramblewood on the Sequim Bay. While there, they get to see the ocean light up at night as the jellyfish illuminated the water. For almost 45 years the science department at Spokane Falls sends […]

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Students discover passions at community college

11:11 PM
Students discover passions at community college

Caroline Rhoads The Communicator On June 20th, students who have completed their program requirements will have the opportunity to graduate and move on to greater things. Still others will be sticking around to complete degrees, and figure out where they really want to go. According to Jo Fyfe, a retired […]

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SFCC’s ‘Moon Over Buffalo’ brightens audience’s hearts with laughter

11:09 PM

Mikayla Davis The Communicator Completing their “Backstage Season”, SFCC’s Spartan Theatre brings us the farce Moon Over Buffalo. Having watched some of the audition process, I knew that the play was going to be heavy in humor. Walking into the theatre, that comical theme was obvious from the set. Fake […]

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PACE Services breaks down Barriers for students with disabilities

11:08 PM
PACE Services breaks down Barriers for students with disabilities

Jeremy Logan The Communicator For students with disabilities or barriers  to employment, PACE (People Accessing Careers and Education) is the place for integration. Ever wonder what the Log cabin across the street from the main campus is? Well that is PACE-SEER, a program developed by two women whose intent was […]

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Spokane parks enhance the local environment

11:07 PM

Mikayla Davis The Communicator There’s more to parks than dog poop and children. They also hold a lot of culture for the neighborhoods they are in. ArtFest, an annual event located in Browne’s Edition’s Coeur D’Alene Park, brings in over a hundred artists and vendors from around the Northwest. The […]

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Competing with the club community

11:06 PM
Competing with the club community

Mikayla Davis The Communicator Two weeks ago, students met on the battlefield to compete, club against club.  Well, they met on the field in front of the library, anyways, for SFCC’s annual Spring Fling event. “Spring Fling is an annual week full of events for SFCC students,” Lucy Tapia, student […]

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11:05 PM

Jeremy Logan The Communicator Summer quarter, for some of us this is a cryptic phrase. Those of us who walk into it in ignorance may come out of it with the disposition of a troop returning from a P.O.W. camp, lingering effects of P.T.S.D. in tow.  If you are not […]

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Pros of legalizing recreational pot

May 27, 2014 9:17 AM
Pros of legalizing recreational pot

Desirae Knight Attributed There are many factors pertaining to the legalization of marijuana, both good and bad, however the good outweighs the bad and legalizing marijuana in the state of Washington has opened up many new debates on the issue. Marijuana is environmentally friendly and is a natural plant with […]

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Students learn Asian Pacific history through traditional dance

9:16 AM
Students learn Asian Pacific history through traditional dance

Caroline Rhoads The Communicator   “Keep your eyes on her hands,” that’s the name of the last song that Mary Ann Souza, a hula dancer from hawaii, danced to on Wednesday, May 14, during a celebration of Hawaiian culture put on by the Far East Coast Club and the Service […]

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