There is a new leader and big changes and growth coming for Seattle Central, Capitol Hill’s community college and school to around 17,000 students across 78 degrees and certification programs. But some things don’t change. Thursday brought the 11th year of the longtime student-run Unity Fair to the school’s plaza that runs along Broadway and invites a mix of students and Capitol Hill passersby into the SCC mix. This year’s unity fair again included music, food and game booths, dancing, contests, and general shenanigans. It’s a very Capitol Hill moment to walk around the corner to find Supreme LaRock and Dave B performing in the open air. If you missed walking through this year, makes sure you stop by in year 12.