Celebrating Black History & Cultures

This was us last year: celebrating Black History with a month of presentations and discussions, trivia games, food, screen printing, even a talent show. This year, our BSU is hosting a series of awesome virtual events, and we hope to see you there at https://tinyurl.com/nscbsuFriday 2/12, 3-4PM: Honoring Black History, with a virtual tour of … Continue reading Celebrating Black History & Cultures

100 Years of Trans Awareness

In honor of Trans Awareness Week, Student Leadership has put together a timeline to give context to the social and legal status of trans people in the US today. Trans and gender diverse people have existed in every society in the world since the beginning of time. While this timeline is not even close to … Continue reading 100 Years of Trans Awareness

All Things Scary: Movies, Shows and Podcasts

WARNING: Due to the nature of these films, some may be triggering. Alien Bird Box Extremely Wicked Shockingly Evil and Vile (Available on Netflix)Friday the 13thGet OutHalloween Interview With a VampireItMidsommarNightmare On Elm StreetParanormal Activity Queen of the DamnedSaw Se7enShutter  (Available on Netflix)Silence of the Lambs (Available on Netflix)Silent HillSleepy Hollow  (Available on Netflix)Texas Chainsaw MassacreThe Blair Witch ProjectThe GrudgeThe … Continue reading All Things Scary: Movies, Shows and Podcasts

Faculty Horror Stories | Halloween 2020

Featuring: Jim Jewell (updated 10/29/2020) Turn your lights off, and brace yourself for these thrilling short stories from our brilliant Faculty and Staff this Halloween! Stay tuned as this blog post will be updated frequently as new stories come in. Piggy Back Ride - Read by Prof. Jim Jewell https://youtu.be/7lLbBNwKmxM 2. The White Lady - … Continue reading Faculty Horror Stories | Halloween 2020

Student Leadership Celebrates National Coming Out Day

Please enjoy this custom Zoom background for National Coming Out Day! The famous Pink Door was first created by students in North's now-inactive theater department. LGBTQ+ Pride Club dug it out of storage some years ago to use in Coming Out Day, and it's been a centerpiece of affirming celebrations ever since! If you joined … Continue reading Student Leadership Celebrates National Coming Out Day

North Seattle College Sports Denim Blue for Denim Day

Trigger Warning: The following content will discuss Sexual Assault On April 29, people around the globe wore denim in honor of sexual assault survivors. The significance of denim comes from a harrowing Supreme Court case in Italy in which a woman was sexually assaulted and the perpetrator was convicted. Years later, the man convicted in … Continue reading North Seattle College Sports Denim Blue for Denim Day

North’s Valentine’s Day Celebration

Shawn Mendes’s “There’s Nothing Holding Back” plays over a speaker. Students eat cookies, celebrate winning bingo, and check out the library’s display at the Student Leadership’s free Valentine’s day celebration.   Student Jock Litzinger had a one-word answer for why he attended.  “Cookies,” Litzinger said. He immediately gravitated toward the cookie-decorating station, led by the International … Continue reading North’s Valentine’s Day Celebration