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Political Science Instructor to reflect on Arab Spring for World Affairs Council panel

In 2011, Tunisians sparked a democratic revolution that spread across North Africa and the Middle East known as the “Arab Spring.” Four years later, Arab Spring movements across the region have achieved varied results. Jawed…

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Faculty poetry featured on Metro buses

        Two English faculty members’ poems will be featured on King County Metro’s buses over the next year as part of its “Poetry on Buses” program. The theme of this year’s contest was…

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College to host free screening of documentary on Edward Snowden

This Thursday, Seattle Central College and the Seattle International Film Festival will host a free screening of Citizenfour. The film documents Edward Snowden’s exposé of a massive governmental spying program on citizens of the U.S. and…

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School of Apparel Design and Development to host a panel on new trends in Seattle fashion

In recent years, Seattle has become known hub for innovation in aerospace, technology and coffee and this inventive spirit has also generated fertile ground for a new trends in fashion.  On February 6, the Seattle…

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Annual support fair to offer resources to college-bound students

This weekend, Seattle Central College will host  an annual resource fair for students seeking post-secondary education. Seattle Central’s Supported Academics Independent Life Skills (SAILS), which provides customized support to empower Seattle Central students with Autism Spectrum Disorder to reach…

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Distinguished alumna returns to campus to reflect on journey to success

To watch Katie’s presentation, click here. Katie Hinde, Ph.D., Harvard professor, acclaimed scientist and former Seattle Central student, returned  to campus Jan. 15, 2015, to reflect on her journey in  two special presentations at the…

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