Never say never. When Simon Walker dropped out of high school during his junior year because “school just wasn’t for me,” he never expected that almost 10 years later he’d wind up as the editor-in-chief of the prestigious Jackson School Journal at the University of Washington. He also never dreamed he’d travel to Valencia, Spain where he’d serve as a […]Read more ›
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Dolphin women’s star forward Hayley Warren came to Shoreline for the soccer. And in her two years at the college, she’s certainly made her mark in the sport — Warren twice led the NWAC in goals, was selected as the Northern region MVP both her freshman and sophomore seasons and was voted most inspirational player by her teammates.Read more ›
After speaking with Shoreline Community College student Miguel Escalera even for a moment, you get the sense that he was born to help people. After speaking with him for an hour, you understand why Escalera’s friends say, “He’s just got a huge heart. He will do anything for anyone.” Escalera, a Navy-corpsman-turned-Mercedes-mechanic-turned-college-student, will walk in June as a graduate of […]Read more ›