MENU

What’s Your Story?

Nathan Thomas, Staff Writer
February 7, 2016
Filed under Identity

Take a look around, we’re different. Our skin, our gods, our sexual organs/orientations and our experiences. We sit next to one another in class and just pretend not to notice. We depend on the internet and the television to tell us about our neighbors. The girl in the hijab is Muslim, right? But...

Winter Holidays: Culture to Culture

Winter Holidays: Culture to Culture

Rachel Seitz, Staff Writer
November 23, 2015
Filed under Identity, Showcase

Seijikshiki: Coming Of Age Across the globe in Japan they have a much different kind of winter celebration than what many of us are used to.  Seijishiki is a coming of age ceremony that takes place every January. Reika Yamazak and Ayumi Koido, two Japanese students here at EvCC, are looking forward...

Guten Tag & Wilkommen

Guten Tag & Wilkommen

Michael Rhodes, Staff Writer
October 29, 2015
Filed under Identity, Showcase

Have you ever wondered what it’s like in Germany? What do they eat and drink, how do they dance and speak? Well look no further than our own Everett Community College’s German Club! This wonderful club, under the direction of Elke Dinter from the World Languages Department, recently put on a small...

Club Corner: MEChA

Monica Aime Aguilera, Managing Editor of Print
October 15, 2015
Filed under Identity

As new students try to adapt to the new environment we call college, getting used to a new campus may seem a little intimidating. Joining clubs are a great way to meet people with similar interests as you. It’s a super quick way to make friends and get involved on campus, soon enough all the faces s...

Diversity and Equity Center Welcomes Omar Marquez

Diversity and Equity Center Welcomes Omar Marquez

Diana Pinon, Staff Writer
October 12, 2015
Filed under Identity, Our Stories

Everett Community College welcomes new Diversity and Equity Center Program Manager, Omar Marquez. Marquez has been working on campus since the beginning of September, and has been to adapting to the Trojan life since. Marquez's family lured him into moving to this area about a year ago. While looking...

An End of a Kingdom: Obituary and Album Review of BB King’s First Album, Singin’ The Blues

An End of a Kingdom: Obituary and Album Review of BB King’s First Album, Singin’ The Blues

Taylor Drake, Staff Writer
June 2, 2015
Filed under Identity

"Not all the water in the rough rude sea can wash the balm off from an anointed king" King Richard the 2nd act 3 scene 2 by William Shakespeare . On May 14, 2015 at 9:40 PM Blues Legend and world renown guitarist B.B King passed away in his sleep. In honor of the legend's passing I'm reviewing his debut...

International Club Presents “Diamonds are Forever”

International Club Presents “Diamonds are Forever”

Diana Pinon, Staff Writer
June 2, 2015
Filed under Identity, Showcase

EvCC is well known for its diversity. This is shown throughout the 40 clubs and organizations here on campus, one of those clubs being the International Club. The International Club gives international students the opportunity to share their cultural background with other students on campus, as...

Around the World in 3 ½ hours: Everett Passport Day

Monica Aguilera, Staff Writer
June 2, 2015
Filed under Identity

Going around the world in three in a half hours sounds impossible, unless you were at EvCC Passport day. On May 18th in Jackson Hall, a variety of foreign language clubs and volunteers came to bring different cultures together for a day of fun and learning. It was filled with different foods, dance lessons,...

Cinco De Mayo

Cinco De Mayo

Michaela Donegan, Staff Writer
April 21, 2015
Filed under Identity

There is an old proverb “April showers bring May Flowers.” So it means that in May, we have the joy of spring in bloom. But May is not only a time for flowers though: for there is Mother’s Day, May Day, and of course, Cinco De Mayo, (the 5th of May). It is a holiday that is celebrated a lot...

Freedom of Civil Acts

Sungjin Yun, Staff Writer
January 26, 2015
Filed under Identity

It is hard to accept the fact that a person was sentenced to 10 years in prison, 1,000 lashes, and a fine of one million riyal, equal to about 267,000 U.S dollars, just because he wanted to talk about and criticize society, politics, and religions. It is a true story of a Saudi Arabian writer and activist...

Travelogue Tuesday A Journey Through Indonesia

Travelogue Tuesday A Journey Through Indonesia

Brittanie Pervier, Online Editor
October 15, 2014
Filed under Identity

  Active Volcanoes, live performances and ancient temples are a few of the adventures Bernita Bontrager EvCC’s Running Start coordinator shared during the first Travelogue Tuesday this quarter. Travelogue Tuesdays are a weekly event at EvCC where students hear about the speakers international...

The student news site of Everett Community College in Everett, Washington
Identity