The Student Newspaper of Highline College


Public Safety supporting the college’s efforts to deal with Covid-19

Crime was down at Highline last year amid the pandemic, but students should still take care when they’re on campus, the college’s top public safety official said.

“There is a slight drop in almost every category due to the fact that most classes were held remotely, and employees worked from home,” Menke said. “The fact that the population on campus decreased significantly correlates with the data we are seeing on the Annual Security Report.”


Leonhard named ASHC president

Mya Leonhard has been appointed president of the Associated Students of Highline College (ASHC), filling a vacancy that had existed since spring.

Leonhard previously was speaker of the caucus. Last spring’s election saw only one candidate, Anita Wambui, who was elected vice president unopposed.


Soccer teams march toward tournaments

The Highline men’s and women’s soccer teams kept hold on first place in their divisions as the end of the regular season approaches.

The men’s soccer team went on the road Saturday and dismantled South Puget Sound 4-1.

With this win they remain two points ahead of Tacoma for the top spot in the NWAC West, at 5-3, 7-3 overall.


Romero’s ‘Dead Trilogy’ still has life

The late George A. Romero’s “Dead Trilogy” is one of those rare families of films where all three movies are great.

The “Dead Trilogy” are three zombie films written and directed by the grandfather of the modern zombie movie himself, George A. Romero.

Each film came out a decade apart and focused on the human drama, and less on the zombies.