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Distinguished Alumni Honored

Austin Treherne, Staff Writer
May 10, 2016
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On June 10 there will be a ceremony held for EvCC's 2016 distinguished alumni. EvCC is honored to give recognition to two alumni. The first, Kim Williams went to EvCC for an Associates Degree in nursing. She then went  to Bellingham where she was employed at St. Josephs Hospital for 25 years.  Secondly,...

Listen Up! A Review: Mayer Hawthorne’s “Man About Town”

Listen Up! A Review: Mayer Hawthorne’s “Man About Town”

Katja Wahl, Staff Writer
May 5, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

Funk, soul and much, much more. Mayer Hawthorne has some serious groove in his latest album. With a start back in 2009, his first album that he produced, "Soul with a Hole, Volume 1," allowed him to gain traction in the funk world. Most artists may play an instrument or two, but Hawthorne is a...

Reliving the 2000’s with Sunrise Skater Kids New Album: “Friendville”

Reliving the 2000’s with Sunrise Skater Kids New Album: “Friendville”

Nathan Milburn, Staff Writer
May 5, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

After a dream come true, YouTuber Jarrod Alonge released his first full-length album under his comedy pop-punk band, Sunrise Skater Kids. In early March, Alonge started an Indiegogo account with the hopes to crowd-fund a full-length album by offering prizes for different donation amounts. I made a donation,...

“Dark Souls III”: The Game that Hates You Almost as Much as You Love It

“Dark Souls III”: The Game that Hates You Almost as Much as You Love It

Nathan Milburn, Staff Writer
May 2, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

The time has come at last to revel in the punishing world that is "Dark Souls III." The game known for its unrelenting difficulty. From Software’s latest and final installment in the "Dark Souls" series, you are a player  thrown right into the action from square one with only a brief understanding...

“Hardcore Henry”: A Unique and Exciting Movie Experience

“Hardcore Henry”: A Unique and Exciting Movie Experience

Nathan Milburn, Staff Writer
April 28, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

In the feature length film by Ilya Naishuller, the audience is put in the perspective of Henry, a half-man half-cyborg with no recollection of his past and a pretty sweet new robotic arm. In what could be one of the most unique and exciting movie experiences I have had in ages, "Hardcore Henry" grabs...

Disney Continues Tackling Real-World Issues with “Zootopia”

Disney Continues Tackling Real-World Issues with “Zootopia”

Nathan Milburn, Staff Writer
April 21, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

Disney has done it again with their newest film, "Zootopia." It has been a while since I have gone out of my way to see a movie targeted towards children; I had this preconceived notion that I was too old for those movies, or that the humor was to childish for me. Boy, how wrong I was. In Disney’s...

Sounds by the Sound

Sounds by the Sound

Amelia Asprey, Staff Writer
April 18, 2016
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What’s Your Music Taste? Lauren Linvog, EvCC student, describes her taste in music as “unexpected.” Her favorite artists include The Front Bottoms, BØRNS and San Fermin. Mackenzi Chapman said “alternative is my favorite." Her favorite artists include Death Cab for Cutie, Joywave and Cage...

“Dawn of Justice”: Is it Really that Super?

“Dawn of Justice”: Is it Really that Super?

Nathan Milburn, Staff Writer
April 18, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

The wait is finally over, "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" is here. But is it all that super? In DC Comics’ response to the juggernaut that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Batman is forced with dealing with the superman dilemma after the events of "Man of Steel." I, along with almost everyone...

Listen Up! A Review: Lukas Graham’s “Blue Album”

Listen Up! A Review: Lukas Graham’s “Blue Album”

Katja Wahl, Staff Writer
April 14, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

Mixing  R&B, funk and soulful pop, Lukas Graham recently struck a musical landmine in America. Denmark born Graham has hit the US radio this past few months with his song “7 Years," and boy did he hit it with a bang. Graham and his friends (now his band) started back in 2011, posting a few or...

Calling All the Agents

Calling All the Agents

Austin Treherne, Staff Writer
April 14, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

My spring break was spent in snowy post-apocalyptic Manhattan where I was in a constant fire-fight with cleaners, rikers, and the LMB. That’s right, gamers and readers, I’m talking about the brand new release from Ubisoft, “Tom Clancy's: The Division.” After beating the campaign and spending...

“10 Cloverfield Lane” Redefines Claustrophobia

“10 Cloverfield Lane” Redefines Claustrophobia

Nathan Milburn, Staff Writer
April 11, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

In the world of "10 Cloverfield Lane," only two things are certain: monsters come in many forms, and no one is safe. Dan Trachtenberg’s first full-length feature film delivered on the expectation that a new addition to the "Cloverfield" franchise had to be a kick-ass thriller. Excellent performances...

Divided We Fall: Marvel’s New Movie Splits Fan Favorites

Divided We Fall: Marvel’s New Movie Splits Fan Favorites

Emma Kilgore, Staff Writer
April 7, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

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